(973) 702-8007

Masonry Repair

by J.W. Construction

Masonry Repairs Sussex County, NJ

There are several reasons masonry structures may be in need of repair. Understanding why they are and correcting the underlying issue is the first step.

Several factors that can contribute to failing masonry include:

  • Poor construction techniques
  • Inferior materials
  • Lack of necessary maintenance
  • Accidental damage

While each condition is unique, so will be the method to remedy the underlying issue and determining the most cost effective solution.

Obviously, repairing is almost always less expensive than total replacement but not always. For instance, if the reason for needed repairs is because of settling, the most likely cause may be the below grade concrete footing failure. When such an issue is present, attempts at repair will more often than not, be futile and other options need to be explored, including total replacement.

Masonry repair is no different than masonry construction and hiring an experienced and skilled mason is a must. Mason contractors who have extensive experience in masonry repairs will know the extent of repairs needed and can make the repair almost unnoticeable.

At J.W. Construction we have over 25 years in masonry repairs on such projects as:

  • Broken or loose limestone or bluestone
  • Masonry steps
  • Handrails
  • Foundation cracks
  • Broken brick
  • Concrete cracks
  • Plaster repair
  • Stone
  • Retaining Walls

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Local Areas We Serve Include:
Andover, Branchville, Byram, Frankford Township, Franklin, Fredon, Green Township, Hamburg, Hampton, Hardyston, Hopatcong, Lafayette, Montague, Newton, Ogdensburg, Sandyston, Sparta, Stanhope, Stillwater, Sussex, Vernon, Walpack, Wantage New Jersey. As well as our nearby neighbors of upstate New York and Pennsylvania.