Lovness Estate projectTuckpointing masonry repairThe Frank Lloyd Wright Estate included chimney stone, rebuilding interior block, installed new stone to original design

Tuckpointing is the replacement of mortar that has been damaged or depreciated over time. Brick, stone, and other masonry elements may last a lifetime, but the mortar has a shorter lifespan. Mortar is a paste that adheres these products together and once damaged must be replaced to prevent further deterioration to a building. Proper tuckpointing is crucial in the business of masonry restoration and the highly-skilled craftsmen at Advanced Masonry Restoration have had over 50 years to perfect this process. Each craftsman is trained through the Bricklayers & Allied Craftworkers training center apprenticeship program; offering the highest quality education in the masonry trowel trades.