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Window Sills
 
Window sills are designed to shed water.  Bricks are not.  Brick window sills are notorious for spalling (see "Spalling").  Concrete sills, however, are designed to shed water.  They have a smooth surface and a drip edge underneath, used to keep water away from the wall below.  Replacing deteriorating brick sills with a new Indiana Limestone sill is commonly reccommended, unless preservation of archetectural or historical integrity is desired.
                                    
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