Brick Pointing

Brick Pointing is a necessary repair (for old buildings) in order to prevent and resolve several internal problems. The voids in between bricks allow the undesirable entrance of water into the internal structure of the building that can cause severe damage from salt deposition and frost weathering. The process of brick pointing replaces missing or eroded mortar between bricks with the new one to ensure that water cannot cause damage to the internal structure.

Brick pointing might look like an easy job at first glance but it needs a lot of experience to get the professional finish. This time-consuming task requires a certain amount of skills to remove the damaged mortar, matching the color of the new mortar, mixing the mortar, and finally applying the mortar in several finishing styles. The experienced experts of Pro Parging not only repair the damage but they also provide you with professional advice about the inspection of your internal walls.

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