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Masonry Repair


Tuck pointing is a masonry technique that involves filling gaps between brick veneer and mortar on walls or chimneys to ensure their colors match. This process can greatly reduce the deterioration rate of the bricks and prevent water from seeping behind them.

However, tuck pointing can be a messy process, especially when grinding the joints, which can create a significant amount of dust. Despite this, it is a crucial aspect of maintaining the longevity and appearance of brick structures.


Repointing refers to the process of renewing the external part or pointing of mortar joints in brick structures. It involves repacking the mortar between individual bricks' joints to maintain their good condition. This process requires the use of various tools, including a cement mixer, chisel, pointing trowel, and soft brush.

A well-executed repointing job can last for 50 years or more, making it a worthwhile investment for the longevity and appearance of brick structures.

Coping Stone Resetting

Over time, stone retaining walls or similar structures may become loose and require repairs. One effective way to fix them is by resetting the coping stones. This involves removing the loose rocks and filling the affected area with mortar.

To reset the coping stones, you will need to use a hammer and chisel to extract the loose stones. This step is crucial in ensuring that the new mortar can effectively hold the coping stones in place, restoring the structure's stability and functionality.

Edge Spall Repair

Heavy loads can cause spalling or cracking on surfaces, such as brick driveway pavers. Repairing this damage typically involves a partial-depth patch if it's located three inches from the main crack, or a full-depth patch if the spall is larger.

If you notice roughness and loss of debris on the pavement, this may indicate advanced joint deterioration that requires prompt repair. Addressing these issues promptly can prevent further damage and ensure the longevity and safety of your driveway.

Masonry Patching

Quick-drying concrete patching can effectively seal dents and small cracks with the use of a multi-purpose concrete patch. However, it's important to use the appropriate slurry or patching mortar that can withstand various weather conditions.

While this may seem like a straightforward task, it's important to note that not all chipped or damaged bricks can be repaired using this method. Careful assessment and evaluation of the extent of damage are necessary to determine the appropriate repair method.

Stucco Repair

We specialize in repairing all types of stucco, including traditional, acrylic, and synthetic stucco. Our experts have the knowledge and experience necessary to diagnose any problem with your stucco, from cracks and chips to water damage and mold.

We understand that damaged stucco can be a major inconvenience, affecting both the appearance and structural integrity of your home. That's why we use the latest tools and techniques to repair your stucco quickly and effectively, without compromising on quality.

Brick Chimney Repair

Brick chimneys are particularly vulnerable to cracks and loose stones due to their exposure to high temperatures. Fortunately, professionals can perform a range of chimney masonry repair procedures based on the nature and extent of the damage.

Common repair methods include repointing the brick mortar, patching cracks with sealant, and replacing any cracked bricks. These repairs not only help restore the appearance of your brick chimney but also ensure its safety and longevity.

If you suspect any damage to your brick chimney, it's important to seek the help of a professional contractor. They can assess the extent of the damage and recommend the best course of action to keep your chimney in good condition for years to come.

Retaining Wall Reconstruction

Retaining walls can be constructed from a variety of materials, including concrete blocks, landscaping tiles, bricks, natural rocks, and manufactured stones. Repairing a retaining wall can be a complex process that may require foundation repairs, such as anchoring the wall to ensure stability and prevent further damage.

If the wall is too damaged for repair, demolition may be necessary. However, this is typically a last resort, as retaining walls are essential for preventing erosion and maintaining the integrity of your property's landscape. If you notice any issues with your retaining wall, it's essential to contact a professional contractor who can assess the damage and recommend the best course of action.


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