Building Owners and Property Managers

Building Owners and Property Managers

What a Masonry Restoration can do for your property.

Most of the multi-family buildings we work on are operated by property management firms. It is common for a these buildings to be older, brick skinned structures. We are often called out to a masonry building after the building has begun to leak and the damage is now showing on the inside. This can mean that there is damage far more substantial that what can be seen. As most building owners and managers know, maintenance is usually far less expensive than “fixing” the damage after the fact. If an owner waits until the symptom shows itself, the problem could be far worse than the symptom shows.


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What our customer say.
Nicholas HaberleinNicholas Haberlein
My Mother needed a new walkway in front of her home and the front porch needed repair. I had a few people come out and give me estimates, and not only was American Masonry the lowest price but, they were also the most professional. My Mother's walkway turned out great and the brick that was replaced on the porch was a perfect match. I would recommend this company to anyone interested in getting brick work done. They were reasonably priced, knowledgable, and the finished job was beautiful! A+++
Nathaniel KingNathaniel King
I had American Masonry come to close up my crawlspace vents. They were prompt, priced fairly, and did great work. I am pleased with the service. They even fixed my front step for no extra charge. I would recommend and use them again.
MIke DMIke D
They did a great job on our chimney, if you did not know where the damage was you would not be able to pick it out! Very happy and would use them again.
Bernie Buiting, CPMBernie Buiting, CPMThe Condominium Group, Inc.
I have used Lou from American Masonry for a number of years. He does excellent work and I use him for all of my properties as he is great at the really hard jobs.

One of the things we have recommended for years to building management companies and owners is to have a professional masonry restoration contractor go through your entire building portfolio and write a report on what should to be done to each of the buildings, in a priority fashion, with a generalized time frame estimation on the full list. Oftentimes a preventative inspection will avoid very costly and expensive internal repairs by allowing for a potential exterior problem to be dealt with before it becomes a structural issue. A restoration mason will assess the general condition of the mortar and brick, and unusual wear patterns in order to help determine the cause, instead of just looking to fix the symptom. This is a key difference between a company looking for work versus a company looking for a client.

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