Repairing brickwork takes knowledge and experience to complete properly.

Job No: 11072111

This is an example of a masonry support pier. Support piers can be constructed adjacent to existing piers or freestanding. Imagine Brick installs foundation piers and concrete footings as needed to provide support for existing construction.

 

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Job No: 11050201

Upon referral from a previous client the homeowner contacted us to repair the paver brick front entrance. The paver brick had an historical value and for this reason new construction was not considered. The existing damaged mortar and brick were removed and replaced in order to keep the same look and prestige that was present for many years.

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Job No: 11042818

An existing brick column was replaced. The footing had settled and caused the gate not to close properly. The footing and column were reconstructed and upon completion the gate was reattached.

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Job No: 10073022

The existing concrete step base had settled. Note the large space in the before pictures at the top tread and how mortar is present to show the original height. Imagine Brick removed the original steps and concrete base. A new base was constructed using steel to tie the new footing into the stoop to prevent any further settling problems. The new steps totaled five treads. The original steps totaled four and had settled enough to justify a complete tread when reconstructed. Solid brick are also used for the best look.

 

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Job No: 10032312

St. Paul’s Church located in the historic section of Monroe contacted Imagine Brick to perform repairs to the masonry veneer. Areas of concern included repairing an arch located at the front entrance and various settlement cracks that had occurred. Some sections of St. Paul’s Church are close to 100 years old. Imagine Brick was pleased to help St. Paul’s Church perform their historic renovation.

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Job No: 06030305

This column was damaged by a vehicle. The column served as support for the carport and also had a sidewall that concealed the homeowner’s waste container. The column was removed and constructed in the same design. The overall height of the integral privacy wall was increased to help conceal the waste container.

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Job No: 04011507

This wall was not going to last much longer. We rebuilt the 2 damaged sections (center) and the failing column, reclaiming the original bricks for the rebuild.

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Job No: 03122411

Homeowner was concerned about settlement cracks over their front porch arch. The arch itself was still sound but with time would also fail; this timely repair avoided a much bigger job later. We built a frame to support the arch itself, removed the inside trim board and then removed the 3 courses of brick above the arch on both the inside and outside wall. The arch itself remained intact. We could then re-lay these courses restoring structural strength and good looks. The top course in the outside wall was laid from the inside avoiding any need to disturb the outside trim.

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Job No: 03070804

New homeowners found that a wall located at the front of their home was damaged. It posed a threat to children and was a safety hazard. The damaged section of the wall was removed and totally rebuilt. The brick were reclaimed and used as needed for the construction. Upon completion, the wall was structurally sound and stable. If you can't tell the difference, look more closely at the lower courses and compare the cracks and mortar patches!

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Job No: 03061811

New homeowners found that a wall located at the front of their home was damaged. It posed a threat to children and was a safety hazard. The damaged section of the wall was removed and totally rebuilt. The brick were reclaimed and used as needed for the construction. Upon completion, the wall was structurally sound and stable. If you can't tell the difference, look more closely at the lower courses and compare the cracks and mortar patches!

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Job No: 03012903

This column was damaged by a falling limb during an ice storm. We demolished the damaged section, leaving exterior light wiring intact, disposing of the debris without damage to surrounding areas. The column was then rebuilt leaving the wiring for an exterior light in place. The column is of same design and painted white to match existing brickwork.

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Job No: 02060710

An accent wall you would think would be far enough from traffic. You would be wrong. We rebuilt the damaged section. As good as new.

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