A sloped area or the area water will run over.
Typically a strip in the bottom of a door sill serving as a baffle to the entrance of water.
A projection of lower masonry on the outside of the wall slightly above the ground. Often a damp course is placed at the level of the water table to prevent upward penetration of ground water.
An expression used in the marble finishing trade to indicate the filling of natural voids with color blended material.
Splitting of stone by driving wedges into planes of weakness.
Openings placed in mortar joints of facing material at the level of flashing to permit the escape of moisture.
(Wined) - A twisting warp from cutting slabs in the gang saws.
A method of cutting stone by passing a twisted, multi-strand wire across the stone, and immersing the wire in a slurry of abrasive material.
The inner or outer part of a cavity wall.