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BRICKS & MASONRY

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Masonry refers to the laying of individual units such as bricks or stones and a connecting material such as cement or mortar to form a highly durable structure. Masonry is performed by professionals known as masons or bricklayers.Masonry work involves precision and knowledge of the different materials involved. Many materials are available for masonry projects such as Bricks, natural stones, cast stones, cinder blocks, concrete blocks, travertine, granite, limestone, marble, glass blocks, etc. These materials each have unique properties when it comes to durability and resistance. Masonry products come in a multitude of different colors and react to weather conditions differently changing how they look and perform over time. So it is important to consider weather conditions in your area when planning your masonry project. Masonry is a great way to personalize your home providing many different materials, colors and design choices. Whether you are planning a new construction, a renovation or a small restoration job a RiteReno.com masonry expert can help guide you in your masonry project
There are several benefits to consider in the use of masonry materials:
• Durability.
• Non-combustible in nature
• Good soundproofing
• Easy maintenance
Here are some projects which may require a mason or bricklayer:
Foundations
• Bricklaying, decorative or structural
• Fireplaces and fireplace construction
• Construction of walls or bricks or stones terraces
• Repair or restoration eg repointing mortar
• Retaining walls
• Maintenance of existing structures.

Category
Improving
Tags
bricks, Brickwork, Mason, Masonry, Mortar, Repair of brick and stone