Jan 23, 2019 12:12 pm
Long time lurker, first time poster, great to be here!
Wondering whether anyone is aware if theres any rules relating to perpend width for bevelled edge bricks?
Example: (Birds eye view of brick)
Would the Perpend width be measured from 1, or 2?
The reason I ask, is the mortar work on my house in some locations currently is laid like this:
Which gives the appearance that the perps are actually much bigger (up to 25mm), and just doesn't look very nice!
The only thing I have found is that you *should* choose raked when dealing with bevelled bricks for this very reason, but i don't believe its mandated in the standards anywhere.
I did ask for the joints to be rolled, too, of course not knowing anything about this.
Help would be appreciated - Thanks!
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