I'm going to build 3 brick walls with a back wall 36" high & 72" long to support left over granite fm my indoor countertops. This will serve as support for the granite top as well as a good enclosure to build a cabinet frame inside for kitchen utensils etc. Question...
what is used to make a very strong bond to set the first brick to the concrete patio? I heard that some use the tubes of epoxy to set them in. Question...is anchor tite mortor the best to use in between the bricks as I build them up? Thanks
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