Quality bricks and stone can last for centuries, but
mortar is softer and may need repair.
Tuck-pointing becomes necessary when the mortar starts to develop cracks
and holes. Tuck-pointing
is essential to
preserve the quality of brick or stone structures.
Tuck-pointing is the process of filling the open gaps
between the bricks/stones. A circular
diamond blade is used to grind the mortar joints to allow new mortar to be
filled deep between the bricks/stones.
Whether the cracks and holes in sections of mortar were
caused by water, the harsh conditions of our Northland weather or just the natural
wear and tear that takes place over time, Trinity Masonry & Concrete can
restore your walls to like new condition.
Trinity Masonry & Concrete provides you the highest
quality of workmanship. We renew mortar
to the appropriate type and color to give it the perfect appearance to match
the original mortar. A good tuck-pointing job is not noticeable. We
warranty our work.