Our Portfolio

Most of our projects are on homes in the GTA

Bloor St W Exposed Brick Wall Project

We completely restored an exposed brick wall by sanding off every brick. We then tuckpointed any major gaps and cracks – we wanted the “messy” look of the wall.
Finally, we sealed it with 2 coats of a premium interior water-based seal that gives it a natural look, without the gloss or shine.

Scarborough Parging Project

First you must remove the interlock, then you can parge the wall. Then put the interlock back in place, then clean it all up nicely.

Exposed Brick Wall Project in East York

Here we are, at it again!
This time, we’re repairing in high detail, every crack or broken mortar joints on this exposed brick wall in this house under renovation.
It’s very tedious and takes time and care, but we got it done to the client’s satisfaction!

The rebuild of a brick porch in 4 steps

Grind & Tuckpoint Repair

Here’s a first person point of view of how it works to remove a DIY project that a homeowner did in an emergency. They had installed caulking all over this wall, which is not the correct solution. We had to remove all the caulking with a grinder, clean the area and then install fresh mortar

Stone Walkway Project in the Annex

This one was a lot of work – first we removed every stone on the walkway because they were sinking and causing huge puddles. We then dug down and installed several inches of HPB and installed the stones back again. We finished it off by installing polymeric sand in between the pieces

Parging in Parkdale

We had to remove quite a bit of the old parging (including grinding off some paint) on this older home on Sorauren Ave and parge over the deep areas to make it all flush and even… and then of course give it a nice sponge finish.