How Many Concrete Blocks in a SQ Meter?

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During brick laying, the number of brick you place in a square metre is determined by the type of the wall you are making. You should allow 60 bricks per square metre if you are building of a single skin wall. When building a double wall, you can have 120 bricks per square metre.
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