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Masonry repair

Published on January 13, 2012

Whether It’s repairing Bricks, Stone, Blocks, or Concrete you shouldn’t do a low cost patch up job the problem will just come back or in some cases the repair will be dangerous and crack again and possibly the repaired structure can fall and hurt someone. There is proper ways and techniques to repairing masonry. If your Problem is not done correctly there is a very good chance it will come back again in the future and look like an eye soar.

If your needing a repair give us a call.  Call William at (918) 637-5613

 
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Tuck pointing

Published on January 13, 2012

Tuck pointing is needed when settlement occurs and cracks within your mortar are present.  The cracks can cause moisture and water to penatrate the interior and then mold and wrought over time. Tuck pointing is used in the restorations of historical registers. Sometimes power tools  are used but hand tools is recommended unless it can be proven safe and not alter the structure.  There is a proper was to tuck pointing and repointing  weather its stone or brick.  Matching aged mortar is not 100%.  A bio wash or a cleaner of some brand and chemicals is needed then repointing should be done but doing so will increase the cost. Usually we repoint mortar to match the color on the most clean area we can find on your structure.

 

Call William (918) 637-5613

 
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Precast

Published on January 13, 2012

 

Precast also known as cast stone, there is dry casting and wet casting. Don’t worry about which is best for you dry casting is used for man holes, blocks and pipes and a hydraulic press is used. Wet casting is commonly used for statuary’s, columns and paving fountains.  We have installed columns, precast railing, banisters, precast caps, water tables and cornices.

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Paving

Published on January 13, 2012

 

Paving with solid bricks is ideal when paving. Other paving material we install includes travertine, composite pavers, and concrete pavers. You can install brick and concrete pavers for your driveways, walkways and kitchen floors. Travertine paving is great for pool decking and walkways. Travertine is also used for indoors but with grout. Pavers needs to have a stone screening or concrete footing to install on. Call William (918) 637-5613

 
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Stone work

Published on January 13, 2012

Lime stone, sand stone, chopped stone, flag stone, blue stone are many types to choose from, but what makes the stone really good is the craftsmanship of the mason. Stone masonry is in a class of its own. It takes a true craftsman to install stone due to the size difference you have from plum, square and levelness a stone mason must keep an eye on every angle and puzzle every piece in as an artist draws on a canvas. The styles of stone work can range from dry stacked stone to ashlar style. Colors and sizes of stone makes the difference and the caliber of mason  Call William (918) 637-5613

 
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Block work

Published on January 13, 2012

Blocks are very durable and has a great R- value especially when filled with a block filler (zonalite). There are smooth face and split-face and also decorative blocks for any project. Blocks are able to be painted or stuccoed. All you need is a concrete footing. We install blocks for basements, firewalls, fence,  block framed homes and buildings. Commercial and Residential Any job any size.

We install every kind of block along with concrete footings.  Call William (918) 637-5613

 

 
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Brick work

Published on January 13, 2012

Here at Wendland Construction we strive to offer the best brick work in town. Union taught, properly trained and years of experience is what we offer. We offer residential and commercial brick work, any job and any size. We are OSHA and MSHA trained. Call William at (918) 637-5613.

 
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