Masonry Repair

When chimney masonry begins showing signs of damage, you need an experienced professional to restore safety to the structure through expert masonry repair.

  • Repointing and tuckpointing—we replace the missing or loose mortar that holds the bricks of your masonry chimney together and helps your chimney safely withstand the elements. We make sure that our repairs are sound and match the existing brick/stone and mortar colors.
  • Masonry restoration—cracked bricks/stones can accelerate deterioration, while weather events or falling tree limbs can also take a toll on your chimney. We’ll replace defective bricks or stones to prevent structural damage and repair any physical damage to your masonry chimney. We can usually identically match your brick and mortar with new materials from our area network of masonry suppliers.

Concrete Driveways

Concrete is a composite material made up of various types of stone aggregate.  They hold together with a mixture of water and lime-based binder—usually Portland cement. The cement itself is a pulverized powder made from limestone and clay.

Stone Veneers

Where can we use them?

The outdoor stone veneer looks great on porch columns, and mailbox surrounds. Your outdoor kitchen and even next to other siding types, like viny.  Indoors, stone veneer can be used to rejuvenate a fireplace surround. They create an accent wall or add a rustic backsplash to your kitchen.

Stamped Patios

Stamped patios are a decorative paving option for your outdoor patio area. Stamping can be combined with color to give you the high-end look of natural stone. Or wood but in a more cost-effective way.

Fireplace Surrounds

A fireplace surround is an ornamental frame that adorns and encloses a hearth area. The purpose of this structure varies in function but serves as both decoration and utility.

Tuckpointing

Tuckpointing is performed as a decorative or cosmetic procedure. Tuck-pointing is the restoration of mortar joints to mimic very thin joints found in an older masonry design known as “Rubbed Brick”. This technique involves two different colors of joints.

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