by BRE, Scottish Laboratory (01-Dec-1989)
Please note that this is a scanned copy of a paper originally published in 1989, so the text is not as clear as in documents created as pdf files.
Reports on the form of construction of Cruden Rural houses, identifies locations within the structure where deterioration has occurred, and highlights areas where surveyors should pay particular attention when carrying out an inspection. This type of house was built only in Scotland. Due to a scarcity of cement, some Cruden dwellings were given a brick cladding and became known as Cruden Brick-clad houses.