Masonry Repairs & Installations
There are many types of masonry repairs and installations, including:
- Concrete Repair, Installation, and Removal
- Block Repair and Installation
- Brick Repair and Installation
- Stone Repair and Installation
- Stucco Repair
- Driveways and Walkways
- Retaining Walls
- Hurricane Rooms / Storm Shelters
Concrete Repair, Installation, and Removal
Cracks in concrete are a common problem. These cracks need to be repaired immediately, before they get larger. A NJ Contractor will repair the cracks, and then put down a high-grade sealant to protect against future weather damage. If your conrete needs to be replaced, you will need a contractor to remove the old concrete and put down the new concrete. Concrete removal is not something you can do yourself. Most towns do not include old concrete in their bulk pick-ups. Get a New Jersey Contractor to take care of your concrete repair, installation, and/or removal for you.
Block Repair and Installations
Blocks can be used to beautify the house in walkways and patios. Putting down block to look uniform can be a difficult task, especially if it is an odd shape. Old blocks that have gotten damaged need to be repaired or replaced by a competent mason.
Brick Repair and Installations
Do you have a brick fireplace that is starting to break away. A NJ Contractor can repair the bricks on your fireplace to keep your home safe. A new brick fireplace can be installed by a competent contractor. Brick installations can be used for patios and walkways. If a couple bricks need to be replaced, a New Jersey Contractor can locate bricks that match the ones you already have. Get your brick repair and installation done by Contractor NJ.
Stone Repair and Installations
There is nothing prettier than the look of natural stone. You can have a NJ Contractor build your fireplace, mailbox enclosure, barbeque, and so much more out of stone. If you have stone that needs to be repaired, Contractor NJ can do it for you.
Stucco homes can be quite beautiful, with their Mediterranean look. If your stucco home is getting cracks, get a licensed NJ Contractor to repair it. The longer you let it go, the worse it will get as weather takes its toll.
Driveways and Walkways
A licensed contractor can install a new driveway or walkway for you, using concrete, brick, stone, block, or whatever materials are required to do the job. If your driveway or walkway is cracking and showing wear, have a NJ Contractor come and repair it for you.
Patios can be installed out of many materials, including conrete, block, brick, and stone. Your patio should lay flat once it is installed. This requires evening out the surface before laying the materials. A rough patio can cause guests to trip and fall. Have a professional NJ Contractor install your patio for you.
Flatwork needs to be done by a professional who can lace, consolidate, finish, edge, joint, cure and protect concrete flatwork. This is not a job for an amateur. Use Contractor NJ to do your flatwork for you.
Retaining walls are permanent construction structures that serve to hold back a vertical or near vertical face of soil to keep it from caving, slumping, or sliding. Retaining walls must be built to code, therefor requiring a professional to do the job. If your retaining wall is showing signs of damage, get a licensed NJ Contractor right away.
Hurricane Rooms / Storm Shelters
If you live in an area subjected to hurricanes and bad storms, such as the Jersey Shore, you may want to build a hurricane room or storm shelter on your property for protection. These buildings are masonry to hold up under severe conditions. Get a masonry contractor to do the job.
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