Repointing/Tuckpointing Masonry is a delicate thing. Mortar and Brick have changed drastically in the last 100 years. The way a contractor approaches each job is a big deal. Not only can a repair be an eye sore but it can also further damage your units and devalue your structure. Do your homework and call a Masonry Contractor who is a proven Masonry Restoration Contractor.
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Signs of Trouble
Although most people refer to tuckpointing when talking about filling recessed or missing mortar joints, the correct term is repointing.
Things you should know about repointing
Repointing should be done when the mortar has recessed more than 1/8 ” or where mortar has cracks in it. Mortar health plays a very large roll in keeping water out. Water saturation causes masonry units to break down and decay . Spalling also is a very common result of water infiltration or saturation. These repairs can become very expensive.
Repointing/Tuckpointing Masonry comes natural to us, which is reflected in our customer reviews. Our passion is restoring and maintaining Historical Masonry and Masonry in general. Our work speaks for itself. We have done large Historical Repointing projects as well as small projects all over the Tri-State. But the thing that is most important to us is that our customers consistently talk about our relationship with them, craftsmanship and our dependability. This reflects our commitment to excellence and our commitment to customer satisfaction and our work performance. We are very proud to be given 5 stars on Google, The BBB and Facebook. Take the time to review what our customers are saying about us. Once you do your homework, we are certain you will be our next 5 star review. Contact Us