Structural walls and veneers can consist of individual masonry units working together to create wall systems. If these units are damaged and left unrepaired they can jeopardize the integrity of the entire system. One of the factors that causes the most damage to Minnesota’s masonry is weather. Wind driven rain and extreme temperature variation can damage portions of these systems, weakening their ability to effectively work together.
The correct service to maintain masonry walls is largely dependent on the type of damage and the desired outcome. Brick, block and stone repair can consist of grouting block cores, replacing masonry units and mortar joint repair. A masonry repair contractor may also need to install, repair or replace aging anchoring and fastening systems.
Our specialists will assess the cause of any damage and repair the affected sections so that your masonry can be restored to and often surpass its original design.