Most deterioration in a masonry structure relates to a combination of water and frost action. Its important to keep water out.
We restore the visual beauty and structural integrity of a masonry structure — it often involves cleaning, repairs, caulking and waterproofing.
Tuckpointing or re-pointing is needed when existing mortar joints are cracked or washed-out. It restores structural integrity and prevents water intrusion.
Caulking is used on any building joints where different materials meet or areas subject to movement — it's crucial to prevent water intrusion.
Cleaning of masonry is often aesthetic, but is also often required to prepare for repairs and coatings.
Painting of a masonry structure is often a great part of a waterproofing solution.