Tuckpointing is the term used to describe the process of removing deteriorated mortar joints in masonry walls and filling in those joints with fresh mortar.

Masonry is subject to weathering, freezing and thawing, building settlement, and dirt, all of these can destroy your mortar. When inspection reveals that the mortar joints are deteriorated, restoration is necessary to help maintain the integrity and secure the bricks.

We inspect our work during and upon completion and will be available to discuss your questions and concerns. A face to face follow up will be made at the completion of your job to ensure your satisfaction.


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