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Thread: Newly erected wall collapses - GIF

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    Newly erected wall collapses - GIF


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    I wonder why our buildings collapse during an earthquake...

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    Looks like someone didnít use enough mortar or it didnít set long enough.

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    The projecting ties doing nothing in mid air are a clue...

    Can't find any reviews of their 'work', but the company still exists https://find-and-update.company-info...mpany/08201241
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    They put the bricks upright instead of flat.

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    Clean up on Isle 1.
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    There is also no brick force on any layer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hans Pearson
    They put the bricks upright instead of flat.
    If it is partition wall I see no problem with that.

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    It definitely looked like it was caused by a defective level...LOL!!! They fell like Dominoes...

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