Replacing Deteriorated Masonry
Deteriorated Masonry could be defined by a number of different problems. If the masonry is blistering, chipping, coving, cracking, crumbling, detaching, flaking, peeling, pitting, spalling, sugaring, etc. then it is considered deteriorated. Replacing deteriorated masonry is performed by identifying the deteriorated masonry and removing it from the structure. Once removed, it is then replaced by a new piece of masonry that matches in color and texture to the original masonry being replaced.
When should you Replace Deteriorated Masonry?
- When deterioration can be seen on masonry
- When deterioration begins effecting the structure