I am rebuilding the wall at the front of my house, but the previous (now partially taken down) wall was built into the pillar on my neighbours land.
It used to look like this (pillar is 100% on their land, white wall is 100% on mine);
It currently looks like this;
What is the best tools/ technique to "sand" the bricks in the pillar, so it resembles a pillar in it's own right? (I then plan to build my new wall adjacent (but separate) to the neighbours pillar).
- Use an angle grinder to sand the brick down. Not sure it's the right tool?
- Chisel out the "jutting out bricks", and replace them. Not sure how cleanly the bricks will come out?
- Knock down the pillar, and rebuild it. Seems like a waste, when it's only a few bricks that are the problem.