What does the Fantastic stone restoration or brickwork repair service in London include?
Both brick and stone are durable materials that are used in property structures, for building exterior and interior fixtures, as well as for decorative purposes. And although solid and reliable media with a long lifespan, both can suffer wear and tear, accidental damage, as well as natural deterioration over time, due to, say, the effects of the elements.
When chips and scratches or deep cracks appear on structural or decorative stone and brick fixtures, they can not only begin to look unattractive but may also suffer eventually further and more serious damage. This, of course, can cost you more in the future, as addressing the compromised integrity of the property feature will require the expertise of a specialist builder or stonemason.
So, to avoid replacing whole sections of a stone/brick property feature, take advantage of our brick and stone repair services in London, designed to fix any light damage before it becomes more serious and costly.
Here’s an example of what we can do for you:
- Stone window sill repair
- Repair chipped brick
- Stone steps restoration
- Repairing stone lintels
- Fixing chipped stone edges of various fixtures
- Repairs of cracked artstone sills
- Brick restoration on walls/garden patio borders
- Brick tinting
The repair technicians will inspect the damage and use fillers, bonding agents and paint products, which will be mixed expertly to match the original colour of the item or fixture. As a result, you most probably won’t be able to spot the difference, as the repaired area will blend seamlessly with the rest of the stone or brick surface. In other words, the specialist will make sure to leave you 100% satisfied with their skills and creative approach of replicating the original material of your damaged fixture.
In addition to brick repairs, you can get benefit from the brick tinting options we provide. Over time many brickwork manufacturers have stopped their work, so many brick types are no longer available, which in the long run means that finding the closest match will not always be the perfect match. On the other hand, brick tinting is the solution when the new bricks stand out and can't blend with the rest of the brickwork.