Stutzman Sealants & Sons, LLC.
Masonry, Coatings, Paving Services
Masonry dates back to ancient times and since its early conception, restoration has been imperative to preserving buildings constructed with this timeless method. When searching for a professional masonry contractor to restore your building, go with a proven company. With more than 30 years of experience, the talented team at Stutzman Sealants Sons, LLC in Lincoln, NE, will transform worn-out stonework back to its original luster. Clients across Lancaster County can take advantage of their wide range of services and cost-effective solutions, including tuckpointing, caulking, and waterproofing.
This Better Business Bureau® accredited masonry contractor specializes in reliable tuckpointing treatments. This essential technique involves the process of filling gaps between mortar and brick on chimneys, walls, and other structures where erosion has taken place. Historical buildings are particularly susceptible to weathering due to the poor quality of original materials. Commercial clients can rely on their team to quickly inspect aged buildings for damaged areas and apply mortar into open joints for improved stability.
Do you have cracks between brick and windows? Choose Stutzman Sealants Sons as your premier caulking contractor. They understand the common problem areas for gaps to exist, such as at the meeting of dissimilar, horizontal, and vertical surfaces. Count on their skilled specialists to utilize advanced products to seal chimneys, windows, and foundations. Another major weakness in masonry structures is the vulnerability for water seepage, and their staff will also prevent moisture exposure with comprehensive waterproofing services.
Preserve the brick structures in your community with help from this dependable masonry contractor. Call Stutzman Sealants Sons today at (402) 467-4144 to schedule an appointment or to discuss tuckpointing and other repair services.
2615 N 27th, St. Lincoln, NE , USA, 68521,
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