Expose Brick Work
Brick walls are attractive and durable when designed correctly and built with appropriate materials in a technically competent way. This guidance note is aimed at all those in the delivery chain to help them achieve long lasting results when considering external works such as freestanding garden and retaining walls and chimneys which should always be considered as very severely exposed to frost attack regardless of geographic location. We completed many more projects where use expose brick work like Delhi Public School, The Doon School, Uttarakhand Petroleum Energy Studies Kandoli, and Graphic Era University. Brick is a common material used in construction due to its strength and longevity. Generally brick walls are covered in plaster for added strength and durability as well as aesthetics. Exposed brickwork has a unique charm and sometimes the entire building or perimeter wall, both inside and outside are left un-plastered, allowing the bricks to show. In some buildings only the exteriors are un-plastered allowing the brickwork to show, whereas the interior walls are plastered and enhanced with paint or various other types of materials, as the design warrants, Then there are designs where the exposed brickwork enhances the interiors while plastered walls beautify the exteriors. Exposed brickwork has its advantages as well as disadvantages. The main advantages of exposed brickwork are the visual interest it generates. Exposed brick wall makes a great accent wall and many homeowners get drawn to its appealing looks. The rustic look of bricks adds oodles of old world charm to homes and other spaces; they are even good for modern spaces.