Tuckpointing is a neat and attractive brick finish, which originated at the end of the nineteenth century.
Our technique follows this traditional application of flushing, with the exception of a more precise and advanced method of applying the white tuckpointed line.
Rising damp is naturally occurring in most masonry structures.
The source of true rising damp is capillary action due to ground moisture migrating through the internal pores or voids of the masonry, bringing with it contaminating ground salts in the solution.
Crack stitching is the repair and reinforcement of damaged masonry which addresses the problem by re-establishing structural integrity.
In conjunction with Thorhelical, Systems Building Maintenance can repair even the most traumatised masonry.