Repairing a damaged BRIKclad wall Cause: Truck backed into the wall Step 1: Assess the damage to the wall. Step 2: Determine which bricks to remove. Step 3: Start to remove the broken brick and set aside the other brick to be re-installed. Step 4: Continue to remove the brick down to the starter angle. Step 5: Carefully cut the drainage met and Tyvek so it can be re-sealed and attached. Step 6: Repair the damaged sheathing and wall structure. Step 7: Ensure the sheathing is re-attached properly. Step 8: Replace or re-attach the membrane ensuring that all seams and holes are covered with the approved tape. Step 9: Re-attach the drainage mat. Step 10: Start to re-install the brick, in some cases the clip might have to move over 1 position in the dovetails. Step 11: Continue to install the brick, if not removing all the way to the top row, the last replaced brick will be glued into place as they rest on the attached row below. Step 12: Possibly shim the glued bricks to keep them level if required. Simple fix requiring only 7 new brick, 1.5 hours start to finish including repairing the sheathing.