The act of filling and finishing the joints in masonry with mortar, cement, etc.; also, the material so used.
To point is to fill in the joints of brickwork with mortar. A process carried out while laying the bricks or at a later stage.
The surface mortar between brickwork to a depth of approximately 19mm with one of several profiles.
Method of repairing a brick sewer or manhole by the application of cement mortar where loss has occurred.
the troweling of mortar into a building unit joint after the setting bed mortar has hardened. See Full Bed Mortar and Setting Bed Mortar.
The process of inserting mortar into horizontal and vertical joints after a masonry unit is laid.
Replacing bad or crumbling mortar between bricks. Old mortar must be properly raked out to at least half an inch depth. As well as traditional weather pointing, we offer chariot, gauge, mastic, and strike pointing.
Smooth outer edge of mortar joint between bricks, stones etc.
Treatment of joints in masonry by filling with mortar to improve appearance or protect against weather.
The final filling and finishing of mortar joints.
Repairs to joints in brick or block construction done by refilling mortar joints with mortar
Filling of masonry joints.
Pointing is the term for the mortar between bricks or blocks. Re-pointing is the act of repairing this mortar.
Raking out the old mortar from joints of brickwork and refilling them with new, normally cement, mortar.
Troweling mortar into a joint after masonry units are laid.
Final finishing of a stone installation. The joints are left clear about 1" back from the face of the stone and filled with either a matching or contrasting mortar mix.
REPAIR OF DETERIORATED MORTAR JOINTS IN BLOCK, BRICK, OR STONE BY FILLING WITH MORTAR TO IMPROVE APPEARANCE AND PROTECT AGAINST WEATHER. NOT A VERY DESIRABLE WAY TO GO IF YOU ASK US, BUT SOMETIMES NECESSARY ON HISTORICAL BUILDINGS OR MONUMENTAL WORK.
The mortar between the brick/stone/block. Also the process where the partially set mortar joints are shaped to give a finished appearance, and to ensure a good bond between the stone/brick and mortar. Also "glazes" the surface of the mortar to improve resistance to weathering.
Mortar or the process of pushing mortar into a joint after a brick is laid.
The process where joints between masonry units, brick, etc., are filled with mortar.
Mortar placement or replacement into masonry joints, which is done after masonry, is laid in place.