Charlotte NC Stone Mason Residential Stone Installation
Residential Stone Installation
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Charlotte NC stone work consists of Veneers, Foundations, Charlotte (NC)»» Stone Chimneys, Retaining
Walls, Building Stone, Charlotte (NC)»» Veneer Stone, and much more,
Stone wall Building
We know that Charlotte stone wall building and stone repair work can involve some dust and noise. Be assured that everyone who works with Designer Properties respects your people, pets and property. They are honest, reliable, hard-working craftsman. We will take great care to minimize the dust that is involved in building your stone retaining wall and we will always leave a clean place after the completed work.....Our custom stone masonry services include Charlotte NC Stone wall construction Block wall construction Charlotte NC Stone waterfall construction Stone wall repair Charlotte NC Stone veneer installation Building stone planner Charlotte NC stone masonry Building stone retaining wall Charlotte NC Stone wall crack repair Charlotte NC Stone wall repair Masonry wall repair Charlotte NC Retaining wall repair Charlotte NC stone floor patios.
Hold large Stones in Place
To hold large stones in place, stonemasons attach brackets to the stone and weld or bolt these brackets to anchors in the wall. Finally, masons wash the stone with a cleansing solution to remove stains and dry mortar. When setting stone floors, which often consist of large and heavy pieces of stone, masons first use a trowel to spread a layer of damp mortar over the surface to be covered. Using crowbars and hard rubber mallets for aligning and leveling, they then set the stone in the mortar bed. To finish, workers fill the joints and clean the stone slabs. Masons use a special hammer and chisel to cut stone. They cut stone along the grain to make various shapes and sizes, and valuable pieces often are cut with a saw that has a diamond blade. Some masons specialize in setting marble, which, in many respects, is similar to setting large pieces of stone.