Repointing NewportPropoint 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 Newport area.
Pro Point-UK are a top rated repointing specialist contractor. Our teams service all areas of Wales including Newport. We have a local team, the team provide repointing in Newport and have many happy clients in Newport.
We use the latest in pointing machinery, providing a fast and more efficient repointing procedure.
Our restoration teams have a lot of experience repointing of brick, stone walls, concrete, ashlar for business and domestic properties in Newport.
Why choose Pro Point-UK?
Our restoration and repointing work is guaranteed, insured and done by experienced professionals. This is why we’re highly favoured by homeowners, landlords, businesses, local contractors and local councils. We offer:
- Experienced repointing teams in Newport
- Over 25 years of experience repointing
- Competitively priced repointing quotes
- Dedicated project managers oversee our projects
- Upfront, honest and offer clear communication
- Projects are completed on time, on budget and defect free
How Do We Repoint Brickwork?
Our Newport repointers make use of the latest technology and tools for our brick and stone repointing projects. Our mechanical pointing work is cleaner, is quick and is a more effective repointing service.
Where appropriate, Pro Point-UK’s use a modern mechanical repointing system. This involves a mortar pump to fully inject into the brick and stone wall joints. This specialist repointing technique repoints brickwork and stone walls faster and it’s less messy than hand repointing.
When does a home or property require pointing?
It is important that you have the knowledge to identify when you need to repoint. Checking your pointing is pretty simple. When examining the brick, a good way to go by is to measure the depth against the height of the mortar gap. As soon as the depth matches the height of the mortar filling, you’ll need repointing. You can also use your finger to test the mortar, try digging your finger into the joints in the bricks and see if the pointing comes away. Try this in several areas of both the front and back of the home.
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