Don’t paint over brick and masonry damage

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Don’t paint over brick and masonry damage

When it comes down to getting work done on your surface or structure, you’ll want to know that you are choosing the right people. We have a reputation for completing jobs of all sizes and complexities to high standards, every time. This includes processes such as surveys, testing as well as brick and masonry repairs.

The Best Surface

From age and weather conditions, your brick and masonry will go through a lot. It is understandable that at some point there will come a time when damage like cracking occurs. Maintenance can slow it down but won’t prevent it forever. Your best option is to seek professional help.

One thing many people look to do with their surface is adding a lick of paint. This can be great for the appearance of your building, and it adds a unique touch. What you have to remember though is that this is not a replacement for repair work. You must address it and not ignore it to stop it from worsening.

If you try to paint over a poor surface the end result will look very bad. More importantly you may hide signs of a worst problem developing. Rather than attempting to dress the damage up, take the time do get a proper repair. Repairs are effective in the long run for both the functionality and appearance. We keep both of these in mind throughout our work. Careful planning and inspection beforehand allows us to do a thorough job.

Count On Our Assistance

Our abilities include carrying out repointing and brick stitching as well as stone replacement. We also do remedial wall ties and restraint anchors. Your brick and masonry will get the ultimate treatment when you come to us. As a result you can expect the very best results, regardless of the current condition of the surface.

Rely on Churchill Concrete Technology for your needs. Our brick and masonry repairs are first-class, along with our other premier services. Regardless of how large your needs are, we would love to be a part of your project.