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This is a survey of the various types of masonry anchors on the market, including a discussion of where each type is most useful and helpful pointers on how they are installed. It includes a list of manufacturers.
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Covering concrete walls with rigid foam insulation and troweling on stucco requires experience with the materialsby Bob Syvanen
The bones beneath concrete's muscle, rebar has to be cut, bent and tied properly to do its jobby Howard Stein
Dry-laid walls reinforced with steel and filled with concrete make a weathertight, bugproof houseby Fred Leadbeater
Fill up a trench with concrete -- what's to know? If a house is going to stand on those little sidewalks, they'd better be straight, level and correctly placed.by Rick Arnold, Mike Guertin
Think of the ground around the house as the roof that keeps the foundation dryby William B. Rose
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