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Natural stone masonry is a type of building masonry construction that uses natural stones, boulders and mortar. This construction technique is used for building foundations, retaining walls, building stones, stone bricks, fa?ade, exterior cornice, stone brackets, stone corbels, stone arches, stone vault, stone murs, stone sign, ashlar stone, keystones. The granite, basalt, marble, and tuff stones used for masonry construction are natural rocks.

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What is a stone masonry wall?

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The wall constructed using stone laid with mortar is termed as stone masonry walls.

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What is the minimum wall thickness in a stone wall?

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Although there is no such strict limitation, it is preferred that it be at least 30cm due to the stone wall construction technique and the shape of the stone brick.

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What are the benefits of stone masonry?

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Natural stone masonry is the most durable, strong and weather resistant, thanks to the natural durability of the material. Stone is recommended for buildings with high foot traffic, since it does not bend or dent.

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Which type of rock is preferred for stone masonry?

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The common stones used for masonry construction are tuff stone, gneiss, limestone, sandstone, granite, marble, andesite, basalt, etc.

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How are natural stone arches constructed?

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To build an arch, you start with two low wall sections of equal height on either side of a gap that's the planned width of the arch. Then, use a wooden form, a half-circle cut in the desired curve of the final arch, as a support. Beginning at the wall edges, build up along the sides with wedge-shaped stones.

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What is the most important stone in an arch?

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Keystone. The keystone is the most vital piece of the stone arch. It's the wedge-shaped piece that is located at the very apex of the arch.

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