Masonry Repair & Design Projects
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Masonry is both a trade and an art. It involves more than just adhering block together using mortar: masonry is a mix of smart design, color matching, materials science, and the ability to repair bonded structures already in place. At Priddy Chimney, we firmly believe masonry is the one trade that mixes physics and sculpture, strength and design.
We have deep experience with clay brick, concrete block, and stone structures. Our repair expertise includes repointing (also known as “tuckpointing”) of deteriorated mortar joints, removal and replacement of cracked or distressed (sometimes called “spalling”) brick, as well as shelf angle and lintel replacement/restoration. We have done this for both historic and contemporary properties.
If it involves brick, block, or mortar, chances are we have project experience. Call us with your issues and let’s chat about the right masonry solution for you.
Outdoor Living - Masonry Repair DC
Nothing brings a family together like an outdoor living area. Priddy can design and build spaces that will fit naturally with your stonework and landscaping. We can build a beautiful retreat for family and friends leveraging a variety of materials: stone, slate, or other types of block.
- Patio Repair and Replacements
- Fireplaces and Firepits
- Porch Stairs and Landings
- Retaining Walls
- Custom Mailboxes
- Fence Posts and Columns
- Walkways and Driveways
At Priddy Chimney Sweeps we are about beauty AND brains. We know resurfacing a walkway is only one aspect to improving your curb appeal; the other (and arguably more critical) aspect is ensuring that drainage and grading issues are resolved so they do not threaten the stability of your new structure or home.
Simply put, we believe in offering our clients pragmatic solutions. This ensures that you invest in a long-term solution that is both aesthetically pleasing and functional.
Masonry Repair Washington DC
- Cracks, gaps, and holes in the mortar joints between the brick.
- Cracked, popping, or spalling brick
- Discolored brick (whitish covering, moss growth and or dark stains)
- Leaning or a chimney separating from the wall