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Hot Weather Masonry – Material Storage

General. All masonry materials must be carefully stored. Masonry sand, when bulk delivered,

should be shaded, sprinkled, or covered to prevent excessive water loss from evaporation.


Bagged materials and masonry units should be stored elevated to prevent moisture migration

from the ground to the materials, and then protected against water penetration through the sides

and the top.


Coverings should be properly installed so that all materials are completely covered.

Tarpaulins, reinforced paper, or other water-repellent sheet materials may be used.

Sufficient space should be provided between the materials and the covers to allow

circulation to take place.


If the weather and size of the project warrant, it is recommended that a shelter be

provided for the materials storage and mortar mixing areas.


Summary. Materials delivered for projects need to be protected from

damage and contamination. Cover sand piles and sprinkle with water as needed to

maintain in damp condition. Cover or shade units from direct exposure to the sun.


Resource: Masonry Institute of St. Louiswww.masonrystl.org

Hot & Cold Weather Masonry-Publication of Masonry Industry Council