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Patios, stairways, tuck pointing, porch and sidewalk repair.  Contact us today to see how we can revive your damaged brickwork.  


  • What is tuckpointing?

    Tuckpointing is the process of removing and replacing badly damaged mortar and brick. Our team uses specialized tools to help ensure the highest quality of craftsmanship. Your masonry will be restored to its original condition.

  • Can Any Home be Tuckpointed?

    Tuckpointing can be done over new or old brickwork, or even over the top of render. Buildings which have been painted can also be tuckpointed.  The paint or render can be stripped, or chiselled back, leaving exposed bricks which can then be restored and then tuckpointed. Another option (often cheaper but just as effective) for rendered buildings, is to tuckpoint over the top!

  • How long does each driveway surface last?

    Typically, concrete lasts up to 30 years, while asphalt lasts up to 20 years.
    However, driveways may need to be replaced sooner or last longer depending on upkeep.

  • How long before you can drive on a new asphalt driveway?

    Do not drive on your new driveway for 3-5 days. Wait up to 14 days before parking on your new driveway. And when you do, only park on it during the cool part of the day. The ‘Next 100 Days’ Curing Period – Asphalt is oil based and takes a while to cure (especially with the summer heat).

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