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When Do You Need a Masonry Repair Contractor?

Masonry structures are timeless classics! They are the stunning architecture making up a city’s skyline. Whether historical buildings or large commercial spaces, masonry in any form is a significant indication of a country’s economic growth. But what happens after years of use? They gradually succumb to damage of various kinds. Damages can be both external…

Why Commercial Building Restoration Is Essential?

Commercial buildings are designed and constructed in a way that they can stand tall for a very prolonged time. Does that mean your building will retain its functionality and aesthetics forever? Of course, not! Buildings deteriorate after years of withstanding harsh weather conditions, including extreme temperatures, moisture, strong winds, dirt, pollution, and weathering. Even the…

Hiring a Waterproofing Contractor: Know When

Water damage is commonplace in masonry structures. Bricks, stone, and concrete blocks though are durable, they are porous. It means water can easily penetrate the interiors through these pores. When you do not have adequate waterproofing to your building’s exterior and interior surfaces, you encounter minor to major water damage. Cities in New York like…

Pro Tips to Fix a Leaking Roof

Adequate maintenance of a property begins with roof repair. The roof is the pivotal aspect of any construction apart from the foundation. Roof damage can result in a series of severe consequences affecting the overall structural integrity of your property. In cities like the Bronx, Queens, Manhattan, Long Island, Brooklyn, and Richmond Hill, leaky roofs…

Understanding Stucco Repair and Stucco Remediation

Stucco siding is extensively preferred for buildings of any kind. The rustic appeal and authentic texture of stucco make it one of the best siding materials. However, despite its sturdiness, stucco exteriors are susceptible to considerable damage. Moisture, fluctuating temperatures, molds, and corrosion are prevalently responsible for its decay. So, fixing stucco damage becomes essential…

The Anatomy of Masonry

In the construction realm, masonry still stands as the embodiment of the strong craftsmanship and artistic heritage that has molded the built space throughout the ages. From high-rise buildings that form the scene of the urban skyline to brick building that cover the neighborhoods, workers of masonry contractors in Queens are an inseparable part of…

Window Lintel Waterproofing

Window lintels have an enormous role in retaining the structural integrity of your building. Can you imagine these lintels bearing the entire overhead load above window openings? The windows in your apartment or commercial building are not structurally designed to support the load by themselves. Hence, horizontal beams or lintels are found in masonry structures…

Reasons for Damaging Fire Escape and Ways to Resolve Them

In urban buildings, fire escapes are crucial safety elements because they offer a reliable way of escape in an emergency. These structures, however, may become prone to deterioration over time, reducing their performance. For the security of people’s lives, awareness of these damaging fire escape issues and solutions is essential.  Common causes of fire escape…

Retaining Wall Repair: The Do’s and Don’ts

If you have a retaining wall in your property, it is there for a crucial purpose. Retaining walls are supportive barriers to restrict soil erosion during heavy rainfall or floods. Generally, places with loose soil or properties located on slopes have a retaining wall.  In cities like the Bronx, Queens, Manhattan, Long Island, Brooklyn, and…

Causes and Fixes to Window Lintel Cracks

Do you have cracks in window lintels? Does your window leak during heavy rainfall and snowfall? You are not the first one to face such problems. Lintel cracks are prevalent in places receiving maximum temperature fluctuations and precipitation. To say, cities like the Bronx, Queens, Manhattan, Long Island, Brooklyn, and Richmond Hill are often in…

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