Repointing and Caulking
Repointing and caulking are an essential part of creating a tight and secure structure.
When it comes to being exposed to elements, this can extend the useful life of any building significantly.
Repointing involves removing loose or cracked mortar from brick or stonework and replacing it with new mortar to ensure structural integrity and to seal out damaging water and moisture.
Caulking and grout is used to seal gaps between masonry surfaces and other architectural elements including window and door frames, decorative hardware and lighting fixtures or to seal the spaces between masonry installations such as tile.