Masonry Contractors Burlington VT

Masonry contractors are experienced in masonry construction with masonry materials and masonry tools. There are many choices of masonry contractors for home owners. See below for more information and to gain access to experienced masonry contractors in Burlington, VT.

Red Concrete
(802) 862-3676
180 Flynn Ave Ste 11
Burlington, VT
 
Chad J Ransom Masonry
(802) 309-4734
PO Box 9443
South Burlington, VT
 
Liszt Restoration
(802) 482-7007
5 Andrew Dr
Essex Junction, VT
 
Brickliners Masonry and Chimney
(802) 872-0123
51 Dorset Lane
Williston, VT
 
Chad J Ransom Masonry
(802) 309-4734
PO Box 9443
South Burlington, VT
 
Maddocks Masonry & Landscaping
(802) 345-2282
Serving The Champlain Valley
South Burlington, VT
 
Paver Kings/Maple Leaf Landscaping
(802) 324-0350
109 Raymond Rd.
Colchester, VT
 
Brickliners Masonry & Chimney Service
(802) 872-0123
51 Dorset Lane
Williston, VT
 
Paver Kings/Maple Leaf Landscaping
(802) 324-0350
109 Raymond Rd.
Colchester, VT
 
Brickliners Masonry and Chimney
(802) 872-0123
51 Dorset Lane
Williston, VT
 

Patios, Walks and Stone Walls Overview

A great outdoor remodeling project is the addition or renovation of a patio, walk or stone wall. A patio is different from a deck in that it is constructed on grade (on the ground) and not built off the ground supported by columns with foundations or footings like a deck. Patios, walks and stone walls all have one thing in common; they are generally constructed out of masonry, which consists of concrete, brick or stone.

Patios and walks can be made of reused or repurposed materials. You can even repurpose as the broken up concrete of your old patio to create a slightly set apart design to allowing for grass to grown between the pieces. By researching contractors and materials on a remodeling social network you will be able to be more informed as the end user as to which contractor is used to installing the type of patio or walk you want to be part of your remodeling project .

You have many options and a multitude of materials to discover. Water must be able to reach below the soil to prevent erosion problems. Certain pavers are a more permeable solution than concrete or brick. These pavers have holes or voids where water can pass through and reach the soil below rather than collecting on the hard surface creating an erosion problem.

Stone walls have historically been a formidable security barrier due to their impermeability and strength. Nowadays, masonry has undertaken a transformation from solely security to a more aesthetic and approachable style. Review before and...

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