Created Date
Sort By

Keywords List  

A white powdery deposit called efflorescence is common on new brick walls It is caused by salts in t
Asset Information : A024-00332

A white powdery deposit, called efflorescence is common on new brick walls. It is caused by salts in the bricks reacting with rain-water as soluble salts are transported to the surface of the brickwork by water. Persistent efflorescence should be taken as a warning that water is entering the wall through faulty copings, damp-proof courses or pipes.

  Back to my search

Reference: A024-00332 (Rights-Managed)
Contributor: © Xavier de Canto
Restrictions: Please contact Construction Photography for information about restrictions.
Model Release: No
Property Release: No
Call us on: +44 (0)20 7421 6000
Image size:
dimension print size dpi
3620px X 2413px A4 - 29.7cm X 21.0cm 300 dpi
Prints and Canvas
Do you want to hang this image on your wall?
Rights Managed images can be priced by clicking the "Price Image" button below.
To price images you need to be logged in - if you do not have an account, please or
Search by Keywords