Masonry work refers to any structure that has been built by binding individual materials together with mortar, a paste made of cement, water, and sand. There are three main types of masonry that are used for different applications depending upon the structure that is to be built:
Veneer masonry is constructed using numerous pieces that fit around another structure.
Solid masonry does not require any kind of supportive structure. Walls that are made from brick and stone are the result of this type of masonry work.
Brickwork is the most popular type of masonry, since this type of structure is both solid and appealing.
Various materials including brick, stone, and marble can be used in order to create masonry work.