19 years ago
done before winter finally ends my work year. I knew that Saturday night
was going to get cold and drop below 32 F and during the day it was only
in the 40s F. But I went ahead anyway to mortar some joints.
I know they lay concrete and cement all year round by building heat
tents on job sites. But I wonder as to the curing process of mortar?
Does it take as long as concrete? And what are the working parameters of
mortar and cold temperatures?
I know that in the curing of cement that it releases heat itself and am
wondering how low of a temperature below 32 F that it begins to damage
the mortar cement in curing.
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