Flemish bond

A Flemish bond involves incorporating courses that utilize alternating headers and stretchers.  This is a strong bond because the alternating patterns allow for an integral and strong bond across a double wythe.

Example of a building built with a Flemish Bond.

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Click here to go to the list of all items on Capitol Hill Historic Masonry. 

Click here to go to the list of all items on Capitol Hill Historic Masonry. 

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