What is the best way to reinforce, caulk brick walls?

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There is a building on the site, which is going to make a house, for a long time without a roof (old building) in some places collapsed, cracked, collapsed bricks.

What is the best way to strengthen, caulk the walls?

Someone advises to plaster, to strengthen only one corner, someone planted on the tile adhesive, add bricks and make a facade of fiber cement. I want to make sure that in a year or two everything will not fall off.




You need to understand what you want to get as a result. Thermal insulation of the facade or a plaster system?

The most important thing is to inspect the foundation for its current state (bearing capacity).

If it's okay, choose quality materials for the finish, and everything will hold up for years to come.

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