For over 20 years Citypro Construction specialize brownstone stoop Restoration and masonry work. Our company setting standards have gained the trust from Residence in Park slope, Crown Heights, Downtown Brooklyn, Manhattan residence.
The effects of changing seasons, pollution, and weather will wear down an exterior brick façade. Over time cracks will develop and water will penetrate behind the brick surfaces, which causes structural damage. Whether a building has been damaged by nature, faulty construction or manmade stress, Rose Restoration takes great care when tuck pointing and repairing a building’s exterior. All necessary procedures will be followed, bringing you the highest quality of work. During the tuck pointing process, all joints will be ground down to a minimum 1/2″ depth, excess dust will be rinsed from the grout line, and the replacement mortar will be matched to the type and color of the original material. In the final stage, mortar will be tooled to give it the perfect appearance and clean lines.
Each of our projects receives individualized attention and custom blended Jahn mortars. Our company is proud to offer award-winning quality and exceptional service with the best prices.
concrete can deteriorate if the salt is left in place for a long time. If you have exterior areas of concrete that have dimples or shallow cracks in them, the best solution is to apply concrete patch. The concrete repair will be structurally sound but may show a slight color difference.
What is Repointing?
Repointing is the process of renewing mortar joints in masonry construction. Over time, weathering and decay causes voids in the joints between masonry units (usually bricks) allowing the undesirable ingress of water. Water entering through these voids can cause significant damage through freeze/thaw cycles and from dissolving salts and salt deposits. Repointing is also called pointing, or pointing up” Repointing is a critical maintenance task and keeps water from entering the brick wall cavity. If water is allowed to get past the mortar and into the wall brick failure may occur such as cracking or spalling (popping off of the brick face).