Exceptional Masonry Services
Tuckpointing and masonry work can greatly enhance the longevity and aesthetics of your property. Lindholm Roofing are experts at masonry services, shown by our vast experience and meticulous craftsmanship.Get a Quote
At Lindholm Roofing, we pride ourselves on the wide array of tuckpointing and masonry services we provide. Our offerings encompass key areas like chimney repair, ensuring your home remains safe and comfortable, parapet walls that combine functionality with aesthetic appeal, and masonry waterproofing to protect your property from moisture damage. With our experienced team at your service, rest assured that your property is in the hands of capable professionals.
Loose bricks or crumbling mortar
These are telltale signs of potential structural issues. The mortar holds the bricks together and keeps water out. If you notice any loose bricks or crumbling mortar, it’s a clear sign that your chimney needs professional attention.
Water stains on your interior walls
This indicates possible leakage. If water penetrates the chimney, it can cause discoloration or damp spots on your interior walls, signaling a need for chimney repair.
Rusted firebox or damper
This suggests water intrusion. Water in your chimney can rust the metal parts like the firebox or damper. If these areas are rusty, you likely have a leak in your chimney that requires immediate repair.
White staining on the chimney exterior
This is known as efflorescence, and it hints at excessive moisture. The white substance is the mineral deposit left behind when water evaporates from the masonry.
Unusual drafts or smoky smells
These can indicate a blocked flue. When the flue is blocked, it prevents smoke from escaping, which can lead to smoky smells or drafts in your home.
Cracks or gaps in the walls
These are indications of potential water infiltration. Water can get into these spaces, leading to more significant damage and potentially weakening the wall’s structure.
Noticeable leaning or bulging
This suggests structural instability. If your parapet wall is not straight or is leaning outward, it may need repairs or reinforcement.
Peeling paint or efflorescence
These are signs of water damage. If water penetrates the wall, it can cause the paint to peel or efflorescence to occur, indicating the need for waterproofing or other repairs.
Loose or missing bricks
This can be a warning sign of potential risks. Bricks that are loose or missing can compromise the wall’s structural integrity and safety, indicating the need for prompt repair or replacement.
Dark, damp spots on the masonry
These suggest water penetration. If your waterproofing is failing, water can seep into the masonry, leaving behind dark, damp spots that signal the need for waterproofing repairs or replacement.
Visible cracks or fractures
These are signs of structural stress. Cracks in your masonry can allow water to seep in, compromising your waterproofing and possibly causing more extensive damage over time.
White powdery substance (efflorescence) on surfaces
This signifies water exposure. The white powder is a mineral deposit left behind when water evaporates, indicating that water has penetrated the masonry.
Blistering paint or peeling wallpaper inside the property
These signs suggest that moisture is seeping into your walls from the outside, indicating a failure in the masonry waterproofing. It’s crucial to address these issues promptly to prevent further damage.
Tuckpointing and Masonry
At Lindholm Roofing, we adopt a comprehensive and methodical approach to our Tuckpointing and Masonry services. Our process ensures that from initial inspection to final review, your property receives meticulous care, precision, and top-notch service.
When you choose Lindholm Roofing, you choose expertise, quality, and impeccable customer service. Our mastery in tuckpointing and masonry has been honed over the years, ensuring your property receives the best care. We stand behind our work, promising durability and aesthetic appeal. Ready to experience the Lindholm process? Schedule your appointment today.