Masonry Restoration

Like all things, masonry (and concrete) structures don’t last forever. There will be a need to restore the masonry joints with grinding and tuck-pointing, possibly requiring bricks to be replaced. In some other cases, due to water infiltration, lintels and shelf angles may need to be refinished and even replaced if there is substantial deterioration of the steel. Cracking, spalling, bowing, sweeping, leaning and mortar erosion are all examples of masonry deterioration that needs to be inspected and restored.

  • Tuck-pointing
  • Brick replacement
  • Lintel/shelf angle refinishing or replacing
  • Eco-friendly cleaning
  • Interior and Exterior Sandblasting