When it comes to brick, spalling is an issue that can be noticeable and easily identified. Spalling occurs
when the face of a brick fractures and erodes away. It is easily recognizable because the face of the brick will
be either partially or completely missing and recessing back. Often, spalling can cause brick to erode
completely, leaving only a hole where a brick used to be.
Water Leak Repair
Water leaks can happen either through mortor cracks or wicking through improperly installed masonry siding.
Chimneys can move over time, causing damage to the cap, flashing, and firebox.
Sagging Lintel Repair
A lintel is a support form that is left in place to ensure proper stability for both brick and mortar. Because masonry goes together wet and cures to a hardened state after 28 days, it is impossible to install masonry over a door or window without using a masonry support during the curing process.
Are you having trouble with your brick archway? You’re not alone. If your home was built in the last 30 years, chances are you fall into one of two groups: those with a cracked archway or those who soon will have a cracked archway.
Masonry Firebox Repair
Over time as a home settles, cracks will often form in the firebox walls. In addition, the firebrick and the mortar in between the brick can spall from excessive use. Once either scenario is realized, the firebox is no longer safe to use.
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