Repointing GwyneddPropoint UK are domestic and commercial repointing contractors that are trading standards approved and all work guaranteed. We specialise in pointing for brickwork, stone and all aspects of masonry. We also provide specialist chemical cleaning services for brickwork and sandblasting for stonework. We have many trusted teams and offer our services throughout the UK including the Gwynedd area.
Pro Point-UK are a highly recommended repointing contractor. We service all areas of Wales including Gwynedd. We have a specialist team, they provide repointing in Gwynedd and have hundreds satisfied clients in and around Gwynedd.
Pro Point-UK only use the newest in repointing technology and equipment, for a faster and cleaner pointing solution.
Our builders have many years of experience repointing of brick, stone, concrete, ashlar for both business and residential properties in and around Gwynedd.
Why choose Pro Point-UK?
All our repointing projects are guaranteed, insured and done by qualified professionals. We are highly endorsed by homeowners, landlords, businesses, local contractors and local councils. We offer:
- Qualified repointing teams in Gwynedd
- Years of experience repointing
- Competitively priced repointing quotes
- Dedicated project managers oversee our projects
- Upfront, honest and offer clear communication
- Jobs are completed on time, on budget and defect free
How Do We Repoint Brickwork?
Our Gwynedd repointers make use of the latest technology and machinery for our repointing projects. Our mechanical pointing process minimises dust, is fast and is a more efficient repointing service.
Where applicable, we use a modern mechanical repointing system. This includes a mortar gun to fully inject into the brickwork and stone wall joints. Our specialist pointing solution repoints brickwork and stone walls faster and it’s a lot less messy than traditional repointing.
When will a home or building require repointing?
It’s crucial that you know how to identify when it is time to repoint your property. Checking your pointing is extremely simple. When examining the wall, a good way to check is to measure the depth of the mortar against the height of the mortar. When the depth is bigger than the height of the mortar filling, you’ll need repointing. You should also simply use your finger to test the pointing, simply dig your finger into a joint between bricks and seeing if the mortar breaks away. You should try this in multiple areas of both the front and back of the property.
Gwynedd (/ˈɡwɪnɪð/; Welsh pronunciation: [ˈɡʊɨnɛð]) is an area in north-west Wales, named after the old Kingdom of Gwynedd. As a local government area, it is the second biggest in Wales in terms of geographical area and also one of the most sparsely populated. A majority of the population are Welsh-speaking. The name Gwynedd is also used for a preserved county, covering the two local government areas of Gwynedd and the Isle of Anglesey. Culturally and historically, the name can also be used for most of North Wales (for instance, the area covered by the Gwynedd Constabulary), roughly corresponding to the territory of the Kingdom of Gwynedd at its greatest extent. The current area is 2,548 square km (983.78 sq miles, slightly smaller than Luxembourg) with a population as measured in the 2011 Census of 121,874.
Gwynedd is the home of Bangor University and includes the scenic Llŷn Peninsula, and most of Snowdonia National Park.