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Masonry Restoration and Repair in Baltimore

Is your building showing its age? Is the facade faded and cracked? Or is the sign out front worn down and drab? Your stone may be in need of a facelift. Stone lasts a long time, but the elements can take their toll. Sometimes the effects may be merely cosmetic, while other cases may involve more extensive structural repairs. In either case, contact Delprete Masonry for commercial masonry restoration and repair in Baltimore.


Commercial Masonry Restoration in Baltimore

Cosmetic damage to masonry structures isn’t uncommon. The passage of time has a tendency to wear down outdoor stone structures, muting colors, designs, and engravings. Fortunately, these are easily touched up with the hand of a professional mason. Masonry restoration will transform your aging commercial structure into one with a new face and new identity, one that people are sure to notice.

Commercial Masonry Repair in Baltimore

Sometimes the damage to a structure is more than just surface deep. Structural damage can compromise the integrity of a building or structure if left unattended. The sooner you address structural concerns with commercial masonry repair, the sooner you can rest easy knowing that your structure is safe. For all of your commercial masonry needs in Baltimore, trust Delprete.


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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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