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New Commercial Masonry Construction in Baltimore

If you’re building a new commercial structure in Baltimore, consider a professionally-built stone masonry structure. There are lots of benefits to a stone structure that make it well worth the investment.

Durability

Stone is one of the most durable building materials available. Your stone structure will last for generations and is highly resistant to the effects of the elements. Stone is also great because it requires little in the way of maintenance, so you don’t have to worry about the next time you’ll need to overhaul your building’s exterior.

Aesthetic

Stone structures are very pleasing to the eye and can affect a variety of aesthetics. From ornate masonry work to sheer stone walls, stone has an aesthetic prestige that can’t be match by other building materials.

Customization

Stone can be molded into endless shapes and sizes. Stone walls, awnings, doorways, arches, and balconies are just a few of the design features stone offers. In addition, you can choose from a number of different kinds of stone and even combine them in the same construction. From marble to granite to brick and concrete, and all of the color and style options these provide, stone is the ideal structure material for those who want to take their building beyond the ordinary.

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About Delprete Masonry

Delprete Masonry is a commercial masonry construction and restoration company that services Baltimore and the surrounding area. For more than 25 years, we’ve been performing quality masonry work for a wide variety of clients with different masonry needs.  We’ve built a solid reputation for ourselves in the Baltimore area as a leading commercial masonry service. For more information, please contact our office today at 410-683-0650 or email us atmike@delpretemasonry.com. We serve Baltimore City, County, Harford County, Carroll County, Anne Arundel County, and Howard County. Keep up with our blog for masonry related information, and follow us on FacebookTwitter, and Google+.

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