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Old 09-15-2012, 05:58 PM   #1
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Drove by a friends place today to see the update of her 1961 whole house remodel. She had some larger windows installed and noticed this today when they were re-installing the bricks. My question is can you install bricks backwards? and how long before they weather and match the rest of the exposed bricks? Should she be concerned?
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idk. but i would expect they saved the original bricks they has taken out, and are reusing them. they are darker because they are wet from washing.

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What do you mean by installing brick backwards?

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