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Robby Pierce CON 252 3 October 2017 Chapter 10 Review Questions 1. There are 2 layers of wall, the outer is to withstand the elements and the inner is for structural purposes. There is an air space between them, there will be straps holding them together, there will be flashing to allow the water that does penetrate the wall to escape through holes at the bottom of the wall. It must be constructed with care and clean of any fallen mortar or theses preventions may be rendered useless 2. External flashings should be installed at intersections of masonry walls with roofs or decks, to prevent penetration of water. Internal flashings should be installed wherever water might penetrate or accumulate inside a wall, such as over lintels and shelf angles, under copings and sills, at intermediate floors that bear on the wall, and at the base of the wall. The function of
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