Cracks can leave your masonry susceptible to water, dust, plant life, insects, and other pests— causing damage to your home!

Masonry construction is both strong and durable, but can also be susceptible to cracking due to the forces acting upon it. Cracking can be caused by many different conditions, including post-construction settlement, excessive snow or wind, lack of proper water drainage, or poorly bonded masonry. Only an expert can determine the cause of cracking, and the proper technique to repair it. Craft Pro’s team of highly-trained professionals have extensive experience in masonry crack repair and are trained in all the latest techniques using state-of-the-art masonry supplies. Facade restoration and stabilization require and in-depth knowledge of the structure to be restored.  With Craft Pro, you can trust that your masonry is repaired using the best and most suitable materials and approaches for your needs. We are the only building facade restoration contractors you need to contact.

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Bowed and Bulging Walls

If you have leaks, this is why look at your building or house from the side fill out a form to get a diagnosis!
Bulges: Understanding Bulged or Bowed Structural Brick Walls: Collapse Hazards
Sketch, shows what happens when a brick structural wall becomes bulged. This is an extremely dangerous condition threatening sudden and catastrophic building collapse.
At BRICK FOUNDATION & WALL DEFECTS where we list types of brick walls and foundation defects, we illustrate cases of a structural brick wall or foundation collapse.
Watch out: Any movement in a structural brick wall that risks having broken the bond courses in the wall, and any movement in a brick veneer wall that has broken or loosened the connections between the veneer to the underlying structure is potentially dangerous and risk collapsing masonry!

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