What is Masonry?
The process of building structures from individual units that are generally laid in and bound by mortar is called ‘masonry.’ The units themselves also can be referred to as masonry. Bricks and other building stones like granite, marble, travertine, limestone, cast stone, concrete block, glass block and cob are common materials used for masonry. It is a highly durable form of construction that is subjective to the materials used, the quality of the workmanship, the type of mortar, and the pattern in which units are assembled. The durability of the overall masonry construction is crucially affected by these factors. An individual who is involved in this process is called a bricklayer or a mason.
- Increase the thermal mass of a building
- Non-combustible products
- Resistant to projectiles
- Quick installation
- May expand and contract in extreme weather circumstances
- Require a reinforced foundation
- Require skilled labour
- Low tolerance to oscillations
Services Offered at Plast-On Stucco Systems
We offer a wide range of quality and reliable services; we guarantee customer satisfaction. Our contractors specialize in conventional stucco, EIFS, parging and more. Their expertise can cater to all your stucco needs, whether for a home renovation or a commercial building. Conventional stucco has been used for hundreds of years and its expansion and contraction ability makes it ideal for places with extreme weather conditions. EIFS is an advanced kind of Stucco system that is a standard form of wall cladding that not only insulates the exterior walls but also makes them water resistant. It is an eco-friendly choice that can enhance the look of your walls.
Our parging services can help you enhance the aesthetic appeal of your home or building. We are the specialists you need for any of your Stucco and EIFS repair, replacement and restoration requirements. Whether you need Stucco repainting, waterproofing, parging repairs, or moisture sealing, Plast-On is your one-stop solution. We also offer various services in foundation repair.