tuckpointing Tag

Tuckpointing is a masonry type that utilizes two contrasting colours—one colour matches the bricks while the other contrasts it.    The contrasting colours help give an impression of extra fine joints between the bricks. It was developed in England in the 18th century to imitate the rubbed...

Masonry restoration is a form of complex masonry restoration work, either in a residential or commercial setting.  This is often done to old buildings, aiming to replace the old building's exterior with new materials, matching the original look of the old building but fresher. Masonry restorations...

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