The Simpson Strong-Tie BVLZ brick veneer ledger connector provides a new code-compliant, tested solution for safely adding a deck to an existing house with brick veneer exterior. It attaches a wood ledger to the framing through the veneer. This patent-pending connector kit provides a viable alternative to building a free-standing deck, and it installs without having to remove or replace large sections of brick veneer. This solves the issue of weak or non code-compliant ledger connectors and can be easily installed to eliminate the hassle of removing brick veneer, which impacts the appearance of the structure.
The BVLZ-KT4 brick veneer ledger connector kit includes a Template, a steel ledger plate, a compression strut, installation guide, two 14" Strong-Drive SDWH Timber-Hex HDG tension screws and six Strong-Drive SD Connector shear screws.
It's designed so the two tension screws pass through the mortar into the structural framing, and the compression strut transfers compression forces from the ledger plate to the rim joist. The system enables the ledger to hang freely without bearing on the brick veneer.
If you need extra connectors for your job, you can purchase individual connectors BVLZ-KT1
Product Guide & SPECS: View Spec Sheet
Manufacturer Name: Simpson Strong-Tie
For Treated Lumber: yes
Material: Carbon Steel
Thickness: 12 Gauge
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