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“if anyone wants to have an insight in varying types of...”

Written on: 13/06/2010

if anyone wants to have an insight in varying types of bricklaying check out www.landbrickwork.co.uk i'm a bricklayer from norfolk who has set up my own site to try and drum up work, it contains many examples of what is expected to be a bricklayer hope this helps.
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“I'm a bricklayer, i build private houses, however i...”

Written on: 24/08/2008

I'm a bricklayer, i build private houses, however i would say large site work is your best bet as theres a forklift on site to get materials up to scaffold height which saves on time. i have to carry all my materials up a ladder. getting a 'start' on a site can be difficult as site agents are very wary of newcomers thanks to thousands of cowboys out there. be prepared to save when earnings are high as bad weather and lack of work can often stop you earning, after weighing it all up, its still… Read Full Review

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