Tulsa Tech Masonry Course Builds 9/11 Tribute

Tulsa Tech (Oklahoma) offers a course in masonry as an entry level course, often taken by new college students. Every year a few weeks before the anniversary of the attacks on 9/11 the students build a small memorial. This year the students built an 8 ft by 10 ft wall featuring the numbers 9 and…

How To Prevent Disasters in Masonry

Despite how resilient and sturdy stone and brick can be it still needs to be properly maintained. Unlike wood which can rot easily, stone resists many common damaging effects caused by weather and time. However, if masonry and brick were truly indestructible the Coliseum would be in perfect condition and brick houses would never deteriorate…

BIG NEWS! New Video Available and Financing Available!

                Our newest and probably most impressive video to date is our video entitled “Learn to Lay Brick in 1 Day” for the low price of $99. This is perfect for those wanting to go for a test drive before buying the full Apprentice Mason Course or the Master Mason Course. If you want to…

Some Basic Tools for Masonry

Mortar pans and mortar boards: These allow masons to move, carry, and access mortar with ease. Some of these are a board style, while others resemble more like a bucket. Regardless of the exact make or model, this item is ideal to keep mortar in one place without it getting on other work. Cleanup becomes…

Why Modern Buildings Benefit From Masonry

Since the time of the Ancient Egyptians, Greeks, and Romans man has been using the masonry technique to create beautiful buildings which stand the tests of time. Masonry offers many of the same benefits today as it did throughout history. Fire resistance: Bricks are usually made of non-combustible materials, decreasing the chances and damage of…

Three of the Most Famous Masonry Buildings in History

The Colosseum in Rome, Italy. The Colosseum shows how durable masonry is even when left unattended for centuries. Completed over 2,000 years ago in AD 80 it contained 80 arched entrances which allowed 55,000 spectators into the amphitheater. Natural erosion has taken its toll, but the structure is still sound and recognizable, seeing millions of…

Welcome to BrickCertification.com!

Today, a lot of people are turning to self-employment and adventuring into certifications instead of the heavily time consuming and insanely costly college tuition required for a job they might not even enjoy! Learning a trade, such as bricklaying or masonry, is very rewarding and can get you out of your workday slumps that might…