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Denver Brick repair / Tuckpoint
Over time, Denver masonry can become cracked and deteriorated, leading to loose bricks, voids in brick, cracks, and crumbling bricks. As bad as it may look, not all instances of Denver masonry deterioration require extensive restoration. In some cases, patching of the mortar joint (Tuckpoint) may be enough to restore the beauty and durability of your structure.
Cracked, broken & eroded mortar does not just look bad, but it can affect the integrity of the Denver masonry structure. Depending on the level of deterioration, the crumbling brick or block may allow moisture or leaks into the structure itself. Additionally, once deterioration of this nature begins, it often spreads very rapidly. If ignored, it can lead to the need for removing and replacing whole sections of masonry, which would be much more expensive to repair.
Email us @ http://[email protected] -or- Call 303-324-6533
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The craft of stone masonry has existed since the dawn of civilization - creating building structures, and sculptured natural stone from the earth. Natural stone has been used to construct many of the long-lasting, ancient monuments, cathedrals, and ancient cities in a wide variety of cultures. Famous works of stone masonry include the Taj Mahal, Easter Island Statues, Cusco's Incan wall, the Egyptian pyramids, Stonehenge and Chartres Cathedral just to name a few.
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