Clay Block Partition Walls
In Building Removing Partition Walls Cork, brick blocks are made of clay or terracotta and the blocks can be hollow or solid. Hollow clay blocks are often used for light bricks. The thickness of the dividing wall of the clay block is between 6 cm and 15 cm. At Building Removing Partition Walls Cork, the process of building a hollow partition wall from clay blocks is similar to the structural loading process. Clay hollow block partitions in Building Removing Partition Walls Cork are durable, economical, durable, fire resistant and have good thermal and acoustic insulation. At Building Removing Partition Walls Cork, the brick blocks are scratched on the underside, base and edges, but surfaces are coated with some paint. They don’t adjust their volume but are also lighter in weight. These circular walls are smooth, adherent, economical, durable and fire resistant.