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Does anyone have experience in detailing anchored brick veneer for
residencial construction?

I have a condition where the anchored brick veneer from a second story wall
must bear on a roof sloped at 10:12.  In Los Angeles, does the bearing
material and or support have to be noncombustable or can it be supported on
wood since it is less than 25 or 30 feet high?  How does one usually keep the
brick from sliding down the sloped roof?

Also, must all of the header angles now be supported on noncombustable
materials down to the foundation?

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