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Restoration of building exteriors

Wall Types

  • Brick
  • Concrete block
  • Glass curtainwall
  • Structural concrete
  • Architectural panel
  • Natural stone


  • Commercial & industrial
  • Churches & schools
  • Metro & greater Minnesota
  • Institutional & nonprofits
  • Public & private
  • Multi-family residential

What is masonry restoration?

Masonry restoration is generally defined as the repair of a masonry building or structure where the structural integrity and appearance is made to resemble the original construction. These efforts may actually, in fact, add to their building's integrity or composition. Consider this:

To learn more, visit the masonry information page.

What is tuckpointing?

Tuckpointing is the process of cutting out old, deteriorated mortar to a uniform depth and placing new mortar in the joint. The deterioration of mortar is caused by erosion from water, wind and pollution, inadequate expansion joints, composition of the mortar, and/or uneven settling in the building foundation.

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