Brickwork repointing, stitching and strengthening

Repair bricks or stones that show signs of deterioration such as erosion, cracking or fretting.

If you notice damage to to stones or brickwork in your building, it’s most commonly caused by water ingress, lintel damage, direct impact and salt degradation. In most of these cases, individual bricks or stones will be visibly affected. However, the mortar joints between bricks or stonework may also show signs of disrepair or worse, start shifting away from the inner lining.

Where it is apparent that remediation work is required, Remedial will remove affected bricks, treat the remaining ones as required to address the impacts of salt degradation and ultimately, replace the bricks and the brick ties as required before repointing the brickwork to return the wall to its original condition.

If you are aware that you have issues with brickwork or stonework, contact us to discuss how we can tailor a solution to suit your needs.

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