Our Services

Our business helps throughout the entire renovation process, which includes:

Step work
1. Measure the height of the area where you will install the stairs. ...
2. Divide the total rise by the typical rise per step. ...
3. Divide the total rise by the number of steps to get the actual rise per step. ...
4. Establish the run of each step. ...
5. Find the total run of the staircase. ...
6. Decide if your stairs need landings
Brick work
1. Step 1 Pick a Method. The method you use to finish concrete steps with mortared brick depends on whether you're pouring new steps or finishing existing steps. ...
2. Step 2 Cut and Place Forms. ...
3. Step 3 Apply Mortar. ...
4. Step 4 Lay First Step. ...
5. Step 5 Layer Mortar. ...
6. Step 6 Lay Bricks. ...
7. Step 7 Fill Joints. ...
8. Step 8 Smooth Joints.
Pointing
1. The first step is to assess the area where damaged mortar will need to be replaced.
2. Using appropriate equipment(Ladders, scaffolding, aerial lifts etc.), set up to reach the area safely.
3. After set-up or if none is needed, the joints will need to be removed. Joint removal can be done in a variety of ways. A hammer and chisel, a raker bar (a specialized tool for the trade) or with a 4\" angle grinder with a diamond masonry blade.
4. Once the joints are removed, the joints will need to be cleaned to remove dirt and debris left over from the joint removal process. This allows for better bonding of new mortar to old brick. Cleaning is done with a masonry brush, a hose or by blowing the joints clean with a leaf blower.
5. Mix premix mortar in wheelbarrow with hoe to specifications on product bag. The mortar must be weaker than the bricks, or it will destroy the bricks over time
6. Cleaned joints are ready to tuck point. Use a joiner or tuck pointing trowel to push mortar into the wall from a hawk board. Make sure the tool you are using is appropriate for the size of the joints.
7. Allow the mortar to cure for a short while, enough so that it has little moisture but is still pliable, then Brush excess mortar from the wall for a finished product.
8. Apply a masonry cleaner 2-3 weeks after completion of the work to remove any residual haze left over from the tuck pointing.
9. After 30 days a sealer may be applied but is not necessary.
Masonry
1. Step 1 Pick a Method. The method you use to finish concrete steps with mortared brick depends on whether you're pouring new steps or finishing existing steps. ...
2. Step 2 Cut and Place Forms. ...
3. Step 3 Apply Mortar. ...
4. Step 4 Lay First Step. ...
5. Step 5 Layer Mortar. ...
6. Step 6 Lay Bricks. ...
7. Step 7 Fill Joints. ...
8. Step 8 Smooth Joints.
Stucco
1. Hang a Double Layer of Building Paper.
2. Install Trim Accessories.
3. Install Galvanized Lath or Netting.
4. Spread the Scratch Coat.
5. Apply the Brown Coat.
6. Finish With the Color Coat.
Tile work
1. Prepare the Surface. Make sure your surfaces are clean, smooth, and dry for best results.
2. Begin Your Layout.
3. Apply the Adhesive.
4. Cut Tile as Needed.
5. Set Your Tile.
6. Grouting Joints.
Bathroom
1. Frame and Install Shower Pan.
2. Tile the Floor and Paint Walls.
3. Tile the Shower.
4. Install Vanity and Toilet Topper.
5. Install Sink, Faucet, Shower Head and Toilet.
Kitchen
1. Undo the Kitchen. Remove cabinet doors first.
2. Replace Dated Kitchen Plumbing.
3. Replace Wiring and Install Kitchen Lighting.
4. Hang the Drywall.
5. The Art of Mudding.
6. Paint Kitchen Walls and Ceiling.
7. Install Kitchen Flooring and Baseboards.
Fences all kind
1. Plan Your Fence.
2. Measure and Lay Out the Fence Posts.
3. Dig Holes.
4. Add Concrete and Gravel and Position Posts.
5. Attach Rails or Panels to Posts.
6. Attach Pickets to Rails.
7. Attach Post Caps.
8. Stain or Treat the Wood.