veneer wall

veneer wall, veneered wall

Any wall having a facing which is attached, but not bonded, to the wall. Also see brick veneer.
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The angle iron is secured to the foundation wall to support the weight of the masonry veneer wall. This transfers the weight of the veneer wall to the foundation, which can support the load without significant deflection when the foundation is designed properly.
We know today, based on measurements, that less than 1% of rainwater gets past a single layer of brick: a brick veneer wall. And todays brick veneer walls are pretty crappy workmanship compared to bricks laid 100 or 200 or more years ago.
A particularly lengthy paper evaluates corrosion, mold growth, and moisture accumulation within brick veneer wall assemblies designed per 2006 international energy code.
This can be the most daunting task of doing a natural stone veneer wall. What matters most in this process is a good mud sack, very runny mortar and applying consistent pressure to the mortar put into the joints.
"Over time, loosened ties result in excess movement, which leads to cracked and discolored wall surfaces; in the worst cases, it even leads to partial collapse of veneer wall systems," says Ried Artis, public relations leader for Owens Coming's building materials group.
Fine finishes are evident in the small reception area, where a mahogany veneer wall with faux columns and an elegant side table define the waiting area; most visitors will be greeted on the LeClair's main space.
The main thing that is wrong with the wall for the greenhouse is that it is no more than a veneer wall. Even though the wall is 10- or 11-inch thick, it is still what is called a single width wall.
Because a brick veneer wall is not very wide (standard-sized brick vary in width from 334" to 4"), it is necessary to use some form of brick cavity tie to secure the two walls together.
On the first floor the lobby restoration included the addition of a 10-foot water feature surrounded by cherry veneer wall panels.
An example of a dual-stage system is a brick masonry veneer wall. The brick veneer is the primary barrier, but because water readily migrates through masonry, a secondary waterproofing membrane and flashing system are provided to capture and divert water back to the exterior.
Since all the bricks in a brick veneer wall face the exterior, masons must use the harder grades exclusively.