There are plenty of reasons why you may be seeking to hire us to build you a brand new structure. You might need some flatwork done, a monument built, walls put in, or a structure you’ve been dreaming of for a long time. There are things you need to think through before you make the call so that we can ensure that you will have the smoothest process from idea to finished structure. We are more than happy to answer your technical questions along the way, but here are some things you might want to consider on your own.
What do you want?
It may seem like the most obvious question, but it might be the most important one. Ask yourself what you really want versus what you need. Do you need some sort of restoration done to your building? We can do that, of course, but what do you want the finished product to look like? Will it be a true restoration so that it looks almost exactly the way it did when it was first built? Or, would you like it to be updated? What type of materials do you want to use for your new masonry construct? We offer lots of different kinds of stone, so the sky is the limit, but make sure you know what kind you want. Remember, this structure is going to last a long time, so be prepared to look at it for days on end.
How much will it cost?
The best way to approach any new masonry construction is with a budget. If you know what you want, then we can help you figure out the costs. Make sure that your dream structure is within your budget so that you don’t run into problems later. We can work with you on this one, but make sure you’re ready to talk money when you pitch your ideas.
For any questions regarding new masonry construction, feel free to contact Delprete Mansonry. Our masonry restoration professionals have the experience and history of satisfied clients to prove that we’ll get the job done right, and cost-effectively. To get started with your masonry restoration project, please contact our office today at 410-683-0650 or email us at email@example.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 Facebook, Twitter, and Google+.