There are different brick rate in Pakistan, if we talking about red brick price will be 14.50 to 15 PKR. However, if we talking about roof brick price will be 55 to 60 PKR. So, If we talking about How to Improve Brick Technique.
- Do not try to make too big a pile of bricks.
- Pile them up in a pile about 1 meter long and put a mortarboard between them. Keep a distance of one meter between the pile of bricks and the wall.
- This gives you enough space to work comfortably and at the same time means that everything, the real thing, is just a step or two away.
- This saves time because you don’t have to walk twice the distance.
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Observe a good bricklayer
If you observe a good bricklayer, you will notice that he is not going very fast. It’s not about running fast; it’s about efficient movement and rhythm.
Try to achieve
Try to achieve faster movements by mastering movement patterns and perfecting those movements little by little. Focus on this and you will soon be able to lay bricks like an expert.
Placing the bricks
When placing the bricks, use the palms of your hands and fingers to roll them into rows with even pressure.
Trowel or handle
Avoid using a trowel or handle on the bricks. This will wear out the trowel faster, but most importantly, it will be slower than applying pressure by hand.
- In plastering, the trowel passes over the mortar layer, creating a cavity in the middle.
- There are generally two ways to do this. The first method is to keep the trowel in line with the bricks and lift and push the trowel into the line.
- The second method is to hold the trowel perpendicular to the brick, walk under the line, and use the tip of the trowel to make a groove on the edge.
- I prefer the second method. Not only does it take less time that way, but it is easier to get the trowel off the line.
Stack the trowel
- Once the brick is placed on the wall, pick it up. This will save you the trouble of turning it.
- Some masons recommend filling the trowel with excess mortar cut from the last brick placed. This usually works for wide bricks, but it doesn’t work well for thin bricks, because at most there is only mortar left at one end of the brick (the quick joint).
- In some cases, the selective method of pushing the bricks into the upstretched layer and the mortar into the open joints works well. Therefore, there is no need to oil the bricks. However, this may create a large stain on the back of the wall, and you may needlessly fill the cavity with mortar. The inspector can advise you on this point.
- It is also a good idea to master the “grab it and don’t look back” technique. Grab the brick with one hand while loading the trowel from the mortarboard. Use your peripheral vision to align it. This method is slightly slower than using the extra mortar from the last brick, and you can always use enough mortar to cover the joints.
Many bricklayers use quick joints. This simply involves oiling the edge of the brick and placing it on the wall. However, with this type of joint, there is a greater chance of pitting the grout and weakening the vapour barrier.
Here’s how to use the oil to enhance the joint. Stroke the entire surface three times, then along the edges on both sides. If you end up with too many bricks and not enough clay, and also architects making sketches.
Once the bricks are in place, hold the trowel firmly and cut off the excess mortar, but do not move it. This area will be the foundation edge of the brick. Once the bricks are in place, cut off the excess mortar. If you do this only once, you will not stain the surface of the brick.