Tuckpointing is a repair process which stops the destructive process and provides numerous benefits. It is a means of using two contrasting colours of mortar in the mortar joints of brickwork, one colour matching the bricks themselves, to give an artificial impression that very fine joints have been made.
After 45yrs at the helm Mark Tink is finally stepping into the background for the next generation!
Dylan Harding, Mark`s grandson, is stepping up to take the business part of the business on. Dylan has been with this business/Mark, since leaving school in 2005 and is an expert in the `Hands On` aspects of all of the varied areas of Brickwork Restoration that we tackle.
There are very few of the successfully completed restoration projects completed around Melbourne in the last 13yrs or so that Dylan hasn`t been involved in.
Mark of course will be around as a consultant to Dylan indefinitely but, basically, it's out with the `OLD` and in with the `YOUNG`
Testimonial for Brickwork Restorations from a very happy client.
Helifix is a non-disruptive and concealed repair technique and strategies which enables the repair and strengthening of existing masonry. Using our seamless resolution for cracked walls, structural instability & unstable footings, we are able to immensely reduce the actual costs for any project.
Tuckpointing is a brick and mortar repair method of treatment for brick walls for brick homes and or building restorations where the bricks available or laid are substandard in shape, colour and finish. The bricklaying is often as substandard as the actual brick making the overall appearance of the brick…