Masonry is the laying of materials (usually concrete) in a structure so as to create a wall, pillar or any supporting structure. The units laid are often bound by mortar or another kind of material such as cement. But Masonry is like anything else on a construction site, it requires a white card – so get online and get yours today!
In case you are thinking of learning masonry, here are some advantages and disadvantages of using Masonry.
It increases the thermal mass of a building
Reduces building life cycle costs
Gives heat resistance
Stronger in case of natural disasters
Can have life cycle of over 500 years
Cold weather can degrade the quality
Damage can be common when using bricks but not concrete blocks
Masonry work can be heavy and hard
Not usually suitable for tropical climates
So if this seems likethe kind of thing you would be interested in learning, then jump online and first complete the white card course to obtain your construction induction card. This will allow you to work on any construction site around Australia.