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Repointing mortar joints in historic masonry buildings ...

"Original version of this brief, Repointing mortar joints in historic brick buildings, was written by Robert C. Mack in 1976, and was revised and updated in 1980"--P. 16 "October 1998"--P. 16 Instance

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Preservation Brief #2, Part II - Old House Web

Good repointing practices guarantee the long life of the mortar joint, the wall, and the historic structure. Although careful maintenance will help preserve the freshly repointed mortar joints, it is important to remember that mortar joints are intended to be sacrificial and will probably require repointing some time in the future.

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Repointing Mortar - DHR

on this subject that discusses identifying the problem, various joint types and bondings, materials, and a bibliography for additional reading. Ask for "Preservation Brief No. 2 – Repointing Mortar Joints in Historic Brick Buildings" available here at the department or by clicking here.

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Repointing Mortar Joints in Historic Masonry Buildings ...

This publication updates Preservation Briefs 2: Repointing Mortar Joints in Historic Brick Buildings to include all types of historic unit masonry. The scope of the earlier Brief has also been expanded to acknowledge that the many buildings constructed in the first half of the 20th century are now historic and eligible for listing in the ...

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Preservation Brief #2, Part II - Old House Web

Good repointing practices guarantee the long life of the mortar joint, the wall, and the historic structure. Although careful maintenance will help preserve the freshly repointed mortar joints, it is important to remember that mortar joints are intended to be sacrificial and will probably require repointing some time in the future.

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Repointing Mortar - DHR

on this subject that discusses identifying the problem, various joint types and bondings, materials, and a bibliography for additional reading. Ask for "Preservation Brief No. 2 – Repointing Mortar Joints in Historic Brick Buildings" available here at the department or by clicking here.

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Repointing / Tuckpointing / Mortar Joint Repair – Mid ...

The National Park Service’s Preservation Brief #2, titled Repointing Mortar Joints in Historic Masonry Buildings, defines Repointing, also known simply as "pointing“ or – somewhat inaccurately – "tuck pointing", as the process of removing deteriorated mortar from the joints of a masonry wall and replacing it with new mortar.”.

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Historic Architecture Restoration ... - Speweik Preservation

Preservation Brief 2, “Repointing Mortar Joints in Historic Masonry Buildings” Robert C. Mack, FAIA with John P. Speweik Download: $0.00 – Pages 16 – Available by the U.S. Department of the Interior, National Park Service, Cultural Resources – Heritage Preservation Services Division, Washington, DC

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Preservation Brief 7: The Preservation of Historic Glazed ...

Sound mortar is the "first line" of defense in terra-cotta systems. It is a maintenance "must." Deteriorated mortar joints are a singularly culpable source of water and, therefore, of deterioration. Mortar deterioration may result from improper original craftsmanship or air—and waterborne—pollution.

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Joint Repointing – Marion Restoration

Marion, Inc’s repointing work is executed in accordance with the National Park Service’s Preservation Brief #2, “Repointing Mortar Joints in Historic Buildings.” In fact, staff within Marion and our sister company U.S. Heritage Group, Inc. drafted the revised version of this preservation standard. Joints are not limited simply to mortar.

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Sample Description of Rehabilitation Proposal

Repointing will be based on the guidelines of National Park Service Preservation Brief no. 2, "Repointing Mortar Joints in Historic Brick Buildings" (see enclosed specifications.) New mortar joints will match the historic joints in color, texture, strength, and joint tooling. Impact will be the preservation and protection of the historic ...

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HISTORIC BUILDING MAINTENANCE REHABILITATION

PRESERVATION BRIEFS (over 40 FREE building treatment publications) Learn about historic building treatments, including repointing mortar joints in brick walls, roofing, repair of windows, dangers of abrasive cleaning, controlling moisture, conserving energy, more.

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From NPS's Preservation Brief 2: Repointing Mortar Joints in Historic Masonry Buildings. Mortar Type and Mix. Mortars for repointing projects, especially those involving historic buildings, typically are custom mixed in order to ensure the proper physical and visual qualities.

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REPOINTING: The process of removing deteriorated mortar from the joints of a masonry wall and replacing it with new mortar. Before repointing historic masonry it is

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Alabama’s Historic Cemeteries: A Basic Guide to Preservation

A Gravestone Preservation Primer by Lynette Strangstad NPS Preservation Brief #1: Cleaning Historic Masonry available from the AHC or at cr.nps.gov NPS Preservation Brief #2: Repointing Mortar Joints in Historic Masonry Buildings, available from the AHC or cr.nps.gov

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Deteriorated mortar joints will be raked out with hand tools to a depth of 2" and repointed to match original in color, texture, strength and joint tooling. Repointing will be based on the guidelines of National Park Service Preservation Brief no. 2 "Repointing Mortar Joints in Historic Brick Buildings" (see enclosed specifications).

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Restorations Contractors JVS Building Services

October 2014 Durability Design Magazine article on how Midwest Pressure Washing Restoration of Griffith, Indiana restored Mt. Carmel High School in Chicago by cleaning the stone and brick surfaces and re-pointing the joints in accordance with U.S. National Park Service’s Preservation Brief #2, “Repointing Mortar Joints in Historic ...

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Preservation Briefs - NH.gov

2. Repointing Mortar Joints in Historic Brick Buildings 3. Conserving Energy in Historic Buildings 4. Roofing for Historic Buildings 5. Preservation of Historic Adobe Buildings 6. Dangers of Abrasive Cleaning of Historic Buildings 7. The Preservation of Historic Glazed Architectural Terra-Cotta 8.

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Mortar Matching - Mortar Compatibility Henry Frerk Sons

Preservation Brief #2 Requirements According to the National Park Service Preservation Brief #2 “Repointing Mortar Joints in Historic Buildings” a compatible mortar is characterized as: “one that matches the historic mortar as closely as possible, so that the new material can coexist with the old in a sympathetic, supportive and, if ...

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Historic Architecture Restoration ... - Speweik Preservation

Preservation Brief 2, “Repointing Mortar Joints in Historic Masonry Buildings” Robert C. Mack, FAIA with John P. Speweik Download: $0.00 – Pages 16 – Available by the U.S. Department of the Interior, National Park Service, Cultural Resources – Heritage Preservation Services Division, Washington, DC

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Preservation Brief 45: Preserving Historic Wood Porches

Preservation Briefs Some of the web versions of the Preservation Briefs differ somewhat from the printed versions. Many illustrations are new and in color; Captions are simplified and some complex charts are omitted. To order hard copies of the Briefs, see Printed Publications. Indiana Historical Society, Jay Small Postcard Collection, Standard ...

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Joint Repointing – Marion Restoration

Marion, Inc’s repointing work is executed in accordance with the National Park Service’s Preservation Brief #2, “Repointing Mortar Joints in Historic Buildings.” In fact, staff within Marion and our sister company U.S. Heritage Group, Inc. drafted the revised version of this preservation standard. Joints are not limited simply to mortar.

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Alabama’s Historic Cemeteries: A Basic Guide to Preservation

A Gravestone Preservation Primer by Lynette Strangstad NPS Preservation Brief #1: Cleaning Historic Masonry available from the AHC or at cr.nps.gov NPS Preservation Brief #2: Repointing Mortar Joints in Historic Masonry Buildings, available from the AHC or cr.nps.gov

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However, removing hard mortar can cause more damage to

Preservation Briefs 2: Repointing Mortar Joints in Historic Brick Buildings. In fact, a hard, dense mortar can accelerate deterioration of the masonry. It tends to shrink when drying, causing hairline cracks between it and the masonry where moisture can penetrate.

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HISTORIC BUILDING MAINTENANCE REHABILITATION

PRESERVATION BRIEFS (over 40 FREE building treatment publications) Learn about historic building treatments, including repointing mortar joints in brick walls, roofing, repair of windows, dangers of abrasive cleaning, controlling moisture, conserving energy, more.

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DECEMBER 15, 2020 REHABILITATION OF BRIDGE NO. 03682

of working platforms. Repointing work shall conform to the guidelines of Preservation Brief #2, “Repointing Mortar Joints in Historic Masonry Buildings”, published by the National Park Service. Profile of repointed joints shall be concave and slightly recessed 1/8” or less from the face of the stone. Mortar

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Repointing Brick - The Mason You Hire Can Destroy Your ...

Aug 15, 2012  Repoint the mortar. Repointing brick or stone is a process where about 1 inch of mortar is removed and replaced with new mortar. This is a very common practice and all masons do this. The problem lies in their knowledge of what type of mortar to use. Using the

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Historic Preservation Maintenance and Repair Guidelines ...

a substitute for repointing, as it merely conceals rather than addresses the structural deterioration of mortar joints. for masonry work on Quick Tips for Masonry Repair: • Reuse existing brick when repairing or rebuilding brick walls. • Masonry patches should be developed or mortar. Government of the District of Columbia Brick and stone are

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Repointing mortar joints in historic masonry buildings ...

"Original version of this brief, Repointing mortar joints in historic brick buildings, was written by Robert C. Mack in 1976, and was revised and updated in 1980"--P. 16. "October 1998"-

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SECTION 3.3: EXTERIOR WALLS, FOUNDATIONS, PAINTING

Preservation Brief #2, Repointing Mortar Joints in Historic Masonry Buildings Preservation Brief #8, Aluminum and Vinyl Siding on Historic Buildings Preservation Brief #10, Exterior Paint Problems on Historic Woodwork Preservation Brief #22, The Preservation and Repair of Historic Stucco TIPS Regular maintenance and cleaning

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Chapter 4: REHABILITATION OF BUILDING MATERIALS

Color, texture, mortar joint type, and patterns of masonry help to define the overall character of a building. Brick is the most common type of masonry used in City Point. It can be used for the ... See Preservation Brief #2 Repointing Mortar Joints in Historic Masonry Buildings See Preservation Brief #39 Holding the Line: Controlling Unwanted

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