Bricklaying Tool Kit

The Best Bricklaying Tool Kit can Make Easy Work for Home or Amateur Bricklayer

Looking to buy an excellent bricklaying tool set? I have found some the perfect set bricklaying tools, whether you whether an apprentice, professional or the do-it-yourselfer in your home.

I have become interested in stone masonry and bricklaying over the last few years. I have sought out examples of both in my community and attending events that promote these trades and passions. Both crafts are some of the most ancient trades we have, and they resonate with us. There are amazing examples of masonry from the Pyramids to Stonehenge.

I know that a lot of people are interested in doing some bricklaying and stone masonry around their own home, and they need a great set of tools. Beautiful stonework can transform a home, and masonry and bricklaying is also a great and growing profession.

A friend of mine used to say the “tricks of the trade are the trade.” It is just so much easier doing jobs if you have the right tools and supplies.

Marshalltown Bricklaying Kits

The Marshalltown Premier Bricklaying Kits – either the MARSHALLTOWN Premier Line BTK1 Brick Tool Kit : with the canvas bag, or the MARSHALLTOWN The Premier Line BTK2 Bricklayer Apprentice Tool Kit with 20-Inch Nylon Tool Bag represent the finest tin sturdy toolkits, and in tools in general.

Both kits include 3 high quality trowels: a 11″ brick trowel, a #6 pointing trowel and a 5 X 2 margin trowel. The kits also include a 1/2″ and 5/8″ brick jointer, and – wood line blocks and a mason’s line winder with 250′ braided line.

Good trowels are essential for bricklayers, they use trowels to pick up mortar and spread it in preparation for the next layer of brick, concrete, or stone. MARSHALLTOWN brick trowels are forged from a single piece of steel – they are made to be strong. As I said before, the Marshalltown Kits are perfect for beginners,but quality enough for experts. The kits include a MARSHALLTOWN “Tips” Book.

Having Marshalltown tools will get you off to a perfect start. The Marshalltown name is highly regarded in the masonry trade – the company has been around since 1890. This kit is a perfect gift for the guy or girl doing masonry!

Bricklayer photo by Brice Blondel – available by Creative Commons

The Marshalltown Brick Tool Kit – Bricklayers and stone masons tool kit for amateurs and professionals

The premier tool set for bricklayers, by the respected Marshalltown company.

The trowels are incredibly strong as they are forged from a single piece of high carbon steel. The MARSHALLTOWN The Premier Line BTK1 Brick Tool Kit includes an 11″ London Pattern brick trowel, 6″ x 2 ¾” pointing trowel, and a 5″ x 2″ margin trowel, as well as a brick jointer. The kit also includes a mason’s line winder with 250′ braided fluorescent orange line, masonry brush, wood line blocks,and a joint raker. The tools are made with the workman in mind – they have comfortable finger guards that protect the work.

MARSHALLTOWN The Premier Line BTK1 Brick Tool KitMARSHALLTOWN The Premier Line BTK1 Brick Tool KitMARSHALLTOWN The Premier Line BTK2 Bricklayer Apprentice Tool Kit with 20-Inch Nylon Tool BagMARSHALLTOWN The Premier Line BTK2 Bricklayer Apprentice Tool Kit with 20-Inch Nylon Tool Bag

 

Bricklaying Tool Sets are perfect for the amateur or professional

A Marshalltown Bricklaying tool set makes a great Christmas or birthday present for your favorite hard to shop for dude or dudette who loves to build.

Hmmmm- if you give it to them, maybe they will build something cool for the house!

The Art of the Stone-Mason will Introduce you to this World

The Art of the StonemasonThe Art of the Stonemason

 

If you need one book for a mason or bricklayer – choose this one, written by a fifth-generation stonemason from Scotland.

Bricklayers are Special People- Bricklayer humor

Did you hear about when at the construction site of a new church, the contractor stopped to chat with one of his workmen.
“Paddy,” he asked casually.

“That I did, sir.”

“And you are a bricklayer! It sure is a funny world. Things in life aren’t divided equally, are they?”

“No, that they ain’t sir,” agreed Paddy, as he proudly slapped the mortar along the line of bricks. “Me poor

brother couldn’t do this to save his life!”

(from http://www.jokelibrary.net/occupations/contractor_construction.html )

Buyenlarge 0-587-13561-1-P1218 Buyenlarge 0-587-13561-1-P1218 “The Bricklayer” Paper Poster, 12″ x 18″A Team of Bricklayers and Brick Carts (Playing Card Deck - 52 Card Poker Size with Jokers)A Team of Bricklayers and Brick Carts (Playing Card Deck – 52 Card Poker Size with Jokers)

 

Other Helpful Bricklaying Tools

MARSHALLTOWN The Premier Line 840 6-Inch by 3-Inch 20-Grit Rub BrickMARSHALLTOWN The Premier Line 840 6-Inch by 3-Inch 20-Grit Rub BrickLindemann 600501 Marshalltown Brick Hammer 24 oz.Lindemann 600501 Marshalltown Brick Hammer 24 oz.Bon 11-140 Mason's Line Twigs, 12-PackBon 11-140 Mason’s Line Twigs, 12-PackLufkin 636 6 Brick Masons Wood Folding RuleLufkin 636 6 Brick Masons Wood Folding Rule

 

The MARSHALLTOWN The Premier Line 840 6-Inch by 3-Inch 20-Grit Rub Brick is ideal for dressing down and removing form marks from concrete, or for smoothing and dressing down wet tile. This is made of fluted 20-grit silicon carbide stone, and the product has a well-attached comfortable handle.

The Lindemann 600501 Marshalltown Brick Hammer 24 oz. is also a valuable tool. And the other tools are well-respected too, especially the measuring tools.

Stonehenge Ancient and Modern – Stoneworkers Gone Wild!

Stonehenge is a prehistoric monument in Wiltshire, England, that is known as one of the most famous One of the most sites in the world because of the complexity of its design and the massiveness of the size of the stones that were used to build it. Stonehenge is the remains of a ring of standing stones set within earthworks – created by people in the Neolithic and Bronze Age times, without using machinery.

How was it done, and why?

A Flint, Michigan man in the first video believes he has the answer to the first question. This stone worker has decided that a normal brick wall is not enough. He has to move huge blocks and make his own Stonehenge! He has shown fascinating and ingenious ways to do this, and I wonder if this is how Stonehenge was really created.

In regards to the second question National Geographic station shows the magic of Stonehenge, and how it could have been used by High Priests to actually show how their lunar based religion is valid and to encourage the people. The unique engineering of Stonehenge provided windows that showed the moon and sunlight in such a way that the priest’s interpretation of the lunar religion could be supported. Very intriguing.

Bricklaying is a Trade – Are the Trades Coming Back in Fashion?

Due to the recession and the spiraling costs of college, many people are rethinking the idea that going to college is the only option for career development.

Stone masonry is a wonderful choice for a real career that does not take college but completely involves a person’s mind and imagination. People have found that bricklaying and stone masonry can be part of a wonderful life, whether you coming from workman’s roots or dandy’s.

And of course, bricklaying makes a wonderful hobby.

The Mystery of Stonehenge: any Bricklayer’s Dream

Stonehenge is a prehistoric monument in Wiltshire, England, that is known as one of the most famous sites in the world because of the complexity of its design and the massiveness of the size of the stones that were used to build it. Stonehenge is the remains of a ring of standing stones set within earthworks – created by people in the Neolithic and Bronze Age times, without using machinery.
How was it done, and why?

National Geographic station shows the magic of Stonehenge, and how it could have been used by High Priests to actually show how their lunar based religion is valid and to encourage the people. The unique engineering of Stonehenge provided windows that showed the moon and sunlight in such a way that the priest’s interpretation of the lunar religion could be supported. Very intriguing.

The Proper Bricklaying Tools will Bring the Beautiful Craft of Bricklaying to Your Life

Bricklaying and Stone-masonry takes an unique mix of ability to be precise, artistic, and focused.

Bricklaying is just beautiful and the proper bricklaying tool kit will make the job easier and more enjoyable.

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  1. Some fascinating info here! In the 80’s I cleaned thousands of bricks and mixed tons of cement for our house stumps… stumps of 3′ to 14′ high… that’s a lot of cement and a lot of bricks! – LOL

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