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Repointing in London towns:

Repointing Tulse Hill ,   Repointing Crystal Palace ,   Repointing Barbican ,   Repointing Mayfair,   Repointing Mortlake,   Repointing Tower Hill,   Repointing Holland Park ,   Repointing Merton ,   Repointing Streatham Hill ,   Repointing Strand ,   Repointing Stoke Newington,   Repointing Plaistow ,   Repointing Chingford,   Repointing Fleet Street,   Repointing Palmers Green ,   Repointing Lee,   Repointing Kensington ,   Repointing Lower Edmonton ,   Repointing Streatham,   Repointing Holborn,   Repointing Crouch End ,   Repointing Finchley Central ,   Repointing Stepney,   Repointing Elephant & Castle ,   Repointing Westcombe Park ,   Repointing Westminster,   Repointing Mill Hill ,   Repointing New Cross,   Repointing Stockwell,   Repointing Islington,   

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- Our team consists of specialists who can properly assess the damages and apply certain techniques of working, which are specific for the given type of brickwork.
- The different types of brickwork is what we at DR Brick Repointing take into account.
- Our specialist hand picked craftsmen have a real passion, dedication  and understanding   to the technology, history, and practice of historic and modern period facades.
- As soon as you start to study old buildings and how to care for them the first thing you become aware of is the importance of using traditional materials.
- We only use these traditional materials because we understand perfectly the buildings fabric
- We work in such a way that the brickwork is restored, without damaging any of the surrounding original bricks,
- We are making sure that the building keeps its authentic look to the fullest.
- Repointing is the process of renewing the pointing, which is the external part of mortar joints, in masonry construction.
- Over time, weathering and decay cause voids in the joints between masonry units, usually in bricks,
allowing the undesirable entrance of water.
- Water entering through these voids can cause significant damage through frost weathering and from salt dissolution and deposition.
- Repointing is also called pointing, or pointing up, although these terms more properly refer to the finishing step in new construction.

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