masonry joint

Isaac Kremer/ January 28, 2022/ / 0 comments

The place where two masonry units meet; typically a mortar joint; types include bed joint, coursing joint, expansion joint, head joint, pien joint, saddle joint, slip joint, rustic joint; finishes include tooled joint, struck joint. See also bond, dry laid, slip joint. (Bucher, 1996)

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