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Question DetailsAsked on 9/16/2017

What material can I use to fill the cracks between some bricks on my home?

Home was built in 1999

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IF the joints are deteriorating - crumbling, then they should be "repointed" - gouge/cut out and the mortar replaced - Masonry is the Search the List category for this.


And of course if you re getting significant amount of cracking, the cracks are more than nhairline (bigger than smallest paper clip wire diameter) or there is any zig-zag cracking or any cracking through bricks, then your wall is moving more than it should and needs a professional look to see what is going on.


For the occasional shrinkage or minor settlement crack, Sika, Dap, Sashco, Quikcrete and M-D as I recall all make mortar repair material in caulk gun tubes - like this, typically around $5-8/tube at home improvement stores, some box stores, lumberyards, Ace hardware, etc -


https://www.quikrete.com/productlines...


For best appearance cut tip quite small and put on a narrow bead injected into the crack, then use damp fingertip to smooth it out to blend into the joint.

Answered 1 year ago by LCD




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