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Plaster and brick window hole

Posted by Stacey R.


Brigadoon WA 6069, Australia

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Monday, 11th Dec 2017
I’m chasing someone who can fix some shonky brick work (only 24 bricks) for under a new window frame and then plaster the window recess ready for new window. Mud mixer, sand, bricks and cement all on site. Just need plaster materials.
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Experienced bricklayer can do float for you as well and guarantee a good job
10 months ago
Yeah can do the brickwork over the lintel no worries
Yeah can get cement for float. Do you have yellow brickie sand at your place?
So are we knocking off the rough sill brickwork on the internal and external skins, then relaying the outside with facebricks and relaying the inside with a rough one course brick?
Stacey R.poster
Hi William it is all being done in internals as it will be behind bench and cabinetry anyway. The existing crapy job can be pushed over so easily it’s terrible. There are two bricks on the top of the lintel (facebrick) that need to be changed as he cut them terribly. If this is also possible. It would take a bricky two seconds it’s about 12 bricks on each side.
Yes that correct as the white set is only usually 2 to 3mm thick.
Ok i could do everything but the white set. The white set would have to be done the following day to allow the float to dry first. I’m a bricklayer by trade but could float the sill ready for white setting.
Stacey R.poster
Ok I think the window can go in and then white set can be done later.. is that right?
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