Brick Cleaning & Pointing By Tony Wallace

Brick Restoration enfield

Pointing Services Enfield

Our team at Tony Wallace consists of specialists who can deal with all your masonry problems and needs. We have been working in Enfield and other areas of North London for many years now providing the best rates and quality services to our customers. We understand that some customers may not have enough knowledge about the processes in building maintenance, so we try our best to describe the processes.

Pointing is the maintenance service for considerably older buildings. The joints between the bricks weaken with time, as the mortar which acts as a gap-filling adhesive between the bricks has a shorter lifespan than the bricks themselves. Our workers first remove the defective mortar and then make a new mix for mortar. Using the best quality cement is not only necessary for the stability of the building, but also to make sure that the pointing service lasts longer. A recent building will require less work while an older building will require more work.

Pebble dash Removal Enfield

Pebbledash is a harsh layer that is used on the exterior walls of the buildings to save them from erosion caused by harsh environmental conditions. It consists of pebbles, lime, sand, gravel and shells. Some people may find it unappealing and want to get it removed; our experts are there for you. Removing pebble dash is a difficult job and if done poorly, the bricks may suffer heavy damage. We have been doing these services in Enfield for a long time now and our workers use manual tools for the service. If— due to human error— some bricks get eroded, our workers will restore them to their original condition or good as new condition.

Paint Removal Enfield

Whenever customers affiliated with Tony Wallace want to change the outlook of their homes, the first thing they intend to get done is changing the paint.

We have been doing paint removal services in both residential and commercial areas of Enfield.

Our professional workers first try to remove the paint layer by only using water. If the paint is not too old, then it works. Otherwise, they use some harsh chemicals, like phosphates, alongside water to remove the remaining paint. The action of water pressure and chemicals might cause some bricks to erode which is not good for the stability of the building. Our workers are fully aware of this potential problem and will repair any damaged bricks.

We advise our clients not to try these services themselves using tips and techniques available on the internet, but only consult professionals. Any process done wrongly becomes a threat to the building’s structure stability. That is why we, at Tony Wallace, always care about the safety of the building and hence the client.