We already know that building an outdoor wall, which is outdoors on at least one of its faces, is not the same as building it for an interior space. In the case of the exterior, it is usually a wall that has to withstand more loads and more adverse weather conditions, something that does not happen with interior walls.
The material for the exterior must have characteristics that allow it to maintain its integrity in the face of inclement weather, and must provide greater consistency. On an exterior wall it is also possible for bumps to occur, so you must have thicker bricks and a more resistant composition.
Exterior walls need more consistency and resistance than interior walls.
In the exterior walls, which can function as a facade, we must have the presence of other elements, such as windows or doors, and they may also have to support beams, so we must plan very well how we should build this wall.
Inside, there doesn’t need to be so much resistance. Possibly, lighter bricks will suffice and the installation itself can be much simpler than if it were an exterior wall.
The material to join the bricks must also be much lighter and does not have to be as powerful. An exterior wall can even be built using more than one row of bricks, creating a more consistent wall, but an interior wall, if it is not a load-bearing wall, can be much lighter. Even if we have to place a door or window Interior, bricks can be simpler, as can the material that joins them. In order to distribute the cement, we can use the mortar slider, Tendel Pro. With this tool we can place the mortar in a very simple and efficient way, whether it is an interior wall or an exterior wall.