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cotta wall #10742
06/17/02 08:33 AM
06/17/02 08:33 AM
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Eandrew  Offline OP
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Is cotta wall the same as cinder block?

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06/17/02 10:16 PM
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Electric Eagle  Offline
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Alpharetta, GA
Terra Cotta is a red clay based material and I have seen block walls made of it. Generally cinder block, now just concrete, is the standard blocks you see the most. Hope this helps.

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Over here, terracotta is most often found for floor tiles or roofing tiles.


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