I am typickly handy, will try anything but framing out a room and dry
way, Just assume higher that out.
but, I was looking at a home with an "interesting" brick pattern.
Worked into the pattern of the brick, are round rocks. In a
symmetrical pattern, there is a strange round rock set into the brick,
the rocks are 6" in diameter, and protrude from the home 4 -6"
it looks like a very basic claiming wall, one might see in a gym. It
latterly looks like some one got in a HUGE mud ball fight in the front
yard, not attractive. I want to remove the rocks and any effected
bricks w/o re-bricking the whole home. How involved is it to remove a
small section of brick? These rocks are round, so I assume they affect
4-6 bricks. So I will be removing them, getting as much of the mortar
out, and replacing with the closest matching brick I can find. I can
produce more accurate measurements, if needed but in a 10' square of
bricks, I would assume there are 4-5 of these rocks in the pattern. It
is a very symmetrical pattern, so I am confidant that the new off
colored bricks will look much better then these rocks, worst case I can
alternate a little paint, or paint the whole home, once I get thes
"zits" off the wall.
So how hard is it to remove random bricks (or rocks) from a brick
pattern, and replace them with new bricks?
how close together can they be before removing them jeprodizes the
integrity of the wall.
As you can image, this home has sat on the market for several months,
and is undervalued, but I think a good investment for me, if I can get
past or fix these silly rocks.