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Repointing Mortar - DHR

2018-6-5  Mortar joints are not intended to be a permanent part of a masonry wall, but rather, an expendable component that does have to be replaced at intervals. Repointing is the process of removing ... Ask for "Preservation Brief No. 2 – Repointing Mortar Joints in Historic

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Speweik Preservation - Historic Masonry Restoration ...

Preservation Brief 2, “Repointing Mortar Joints in Historic Masonry Buildings” was written by Robert C. Mack, FAIA, and John P. Speweik, founder of Speweik Preservation Consultants, Inc.

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Preservation Brief #2, Part II - Old House Web

Old mortar should be removed to a minimum depth of 2 to 2-1/2 times the width of the joint to ensure an adequate bond and to prevent mortar "popouts." For most brick joints, this will require removal of the mortar to a depth of approximately to 1 inch; for stone masonry with wide joints, mortar

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SECTION 3.3: EXTERIOR WALLS, FOUNDATIONS, PAINTING

2016-7-5  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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Preservation Briefs - NH.gov

2013-3-10  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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Preservation By Topic, Technical Preservation Services ...

Repointing Mortar Joints in Historic Masonry Buildings, Preservation Brief 2 Substitute Materials: Replacing Deteriorated Serpentine Stone with Pre-Cast Concrete, Preservation Tech Note-Masonry No. 1 Stabilization and Repair of a Historic Terra Cotta Cornice, Preservation Tech Note-Masonry No. 2

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Preservation Briefs - Technical Preservation Services ...

Preservation Briefs These NPS Publications help historic building owners recognize and resolve common problems prior to work. The briefs are especially useful to Historic Preservation Tax Incentives Program applicants because they recommend methods and approaches for rehabilitating historic buildings that are consistent with their historic ...

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Repointing historical masonry structures

2017-3-13  Whether it is stone, brick, concrete block or terra cotta maintaining the mortar joints on a masonry or masonry-clad building is important to esthetically and physically preserving a structure. Mortar joints ensure that the building envelope continues to perform as a barrier to the elements. Much research has been done to analyze the destruction caused by the use of inappropriate mortars and pointing methods on historical structures. The purpose of this technical information sheet is to assist heritage easement property owners and their contractors with carrying out a successful repointing

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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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Repointing Mortar - DHR

2018-6-5  Mortar joints are not intended to be a permanent part of a masonry wall, but rather, an expendable component that does have to be replaced at intervals. Repointing is the process of removing ... Ask for "Preservation Brief No. 2 – Repointing Mortar Joints in Historic

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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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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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SECTION 3.3: EXTERIOR WALLS, FOUNDATIONS, PAINTING

2016-7-5  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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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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Preservation Briefs - NH.gov

2013-3-10  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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Historic Preservation Commission Hearing/Workshop

Preservation Brief 2, Repointing Mortar Joints in Historic Brick Buildings, states this mixture is appropriate for molded brick (with severe exposure) and hardcored brick (with moderate exposure). Staff is supportive of this pro- posal with the condition that it matches the existing mortar color with the use of sand or tints.

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Specialized Toolset for Historic ... - Speweik Preservation

This mortar removal approach is referenced in the Preservation Brief No.2, “Repointing Mortar Joints in Historic Masonry Buildings” U.S. Department of the Interior, Technical Preservation Services, Washington, DC., 1998, page 9. ½-B Barre Short Stroke

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Repointing historical masonry structures

2017-3-13  2/4 Repointing historical masonry structures TCS-001 1/4 Introduction Whether it is stone, brick, concrete block or terra cotta maintaining the mortar joints on a masonry or masonry-clad building is important to esthetically and physically preserving a structure. Mortar joints ensure that the building envelope continues

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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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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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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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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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Historic Preservation Commission Hearing/Workshop

Preservation Brief 2, Repointing Mortar Joints in Historic Brick Buildings, provides specific information. o Preparation. Repointing shall only be done where deteriorated and loose mortar has been removed. Damaged mortar should only be removed using hand tools. On a caseby--case basis, the Commission may approve the use of some power tools on ...

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Historic Preservation Commission Hearing/Workshop

Preservation Brief 2, Repointing Mortar Joints in Historic Brick Buildings, states this mixture is appropriate for molded brick (with severe exposure) and hardcored brick (with moderate exposure). Staff is supportive of this pro- posal with the condition that it matches the existing mortar color with the use of sand or tints.

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Preservation Briefs - UVM

2004-12-2  Mack, Robert C., FAIA, and John P. Speweik. Preservation Brief #2 Repointing Mortar Joints in Historic Masonry Buildings. Washington, DC: US Department of the Interior, National Park Service, 1998. Stained Glass Windows: Vogel, Neal A. and Rolf Achilles. Preservation Brief #33 The Preservation and Repair of Historic Stained and Leaded Glass.

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gobrick December 2005 Maintenance of

2020-5-12  3) When repointing for historic preservation purposes, refer to Preservation Brief 2: Repointing Mortar Joints in Historic Masonry Buildings. [Ref. 7] The deteriorated mortar should be removed, by means of a toothing chisel or a special pointer’s grinder, to a uniform depth (refer to Figure 1b) that is twice the joint width or until sound mor-

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4specs Discussion Forum: Repointing vs. tuckpointing

2002-12-16  If things weren't confusing enough, there is the definition from the National Park Service Preservation Brief No. 2 - Repointing Mortar Joints in Historic Masonry Buildings. "Repointing, also known simply as "pointing" or --somewhat inaccurately-- "tuck pointing"*, is the process of removing deteriorated mortar from the joints of a masonry wall ...

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

Repointing should always be carried out with a mortar which has a compressive strength (measured in p.s.i.) lower than the adjacent masonry unit. Hard (Portland cement) or coarsely screened mortars may cause point loading and/or prevent the outward migration of the water through the mortar joints, both of which ultimately damage the terra-cotta ...

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