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Question DetailsAsked on 2/13/2018

how much would it cost to remove old brick and brick a house

Home was flooded and brick needs to be replaced

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Not sure why the brick has to be replaced because it got wet - unless with salt water, which could corrode the connectors if not exposed and washed clean of salt within a short period of time, because most brick (unless talking unfired clay or adobe brick) can survive submergence for a short while - not much different to them than a prolonged rain event.

Anyway - below are some responses to similar questions - assuming you are talking brick veneer on stud wall, not solid brick construction which might runn more in the $25-50/SF (per square foot of wall surface) and even up to $100/SF at times range depending on how house and roof framing were built and connected.

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