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Why do buildings crack? (Photocopy only) SUPERSEDED BY DG361 2014

Why do buildings crack? (Photocopy only) SUPERSEDED BY DG361 2014

by BRE (01-May-1991)

£15.00

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Book Description

THIS HAS BEEN SUPERSEDED BY DG361 2014

Examines the causes of cracking in buildings. Describes with illustrations the results of a wide range of problems. Broadens understanding of the factors responsible, increases the likelihood of correct diagnosis and repair and provides a key to more specialised BRE publications. 12 pages.

Out of print so a colour photocopy will be supplied.

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