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  • Vent arch construction

    The brick arch that will cover my vent landing is 13.5 inches deep (long).

    Are there any concerns with construction requiring a span of more than one brick length? Should the joints be staggered the length of the arch as well as between the brick pieces?

    Do I build the interior arch first, let set and then complete the exterior section?

    I'm also incorporating an 8" round metal vent in the top of arch.


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    Re: Vent arch construction

    No problem, just stagger the joints. It will be easier to build the inner then the outer, as a rule.