Expertise

Whether a structure is 10 or 100 years old, Allegrone Masonry will ensure that its stonework can be successfully restored to its original grace.

Our expert craftsmen and supervisors, many of whom have been with Allegrone for as long as 35 years, have a comprehensive background in masonry construction, traditional materials and in state of the art techniques. We assist our clients and partners in the evaluation of structural issues, forensic analysis and budget preparation.

Through hard work and lessons learned over decades of experience, Allegrone continues to execute difficult projects, repeatedly adding to our skill levels and the confidence of our repeat clients. We continue to earn the trust and confidence of our consultants, clients and project teams by delivering on our promises, being responsive, and providing diligent, reliable, attentive management for every masonry restoration and construction project.

Working With Terra Cotta

The repair and replacement of terra cotta building elements today can present extremely complex restoration issues. Deteriorating terra cotta most often creates a breakdown of not only the terra cotta units themselves but the entire structural system - mortar, metal anchors, and masonry backfill. Allegrone Masonry is skilled in true terra cotta replacement, substitute material replacement, and structural stabilization.

Working With Stone

Allegrone Masonry, Terra Cotta, Stone, Brick

Whether a structure is 10 or 100 years old, Allegrone Masonry will ensure that its stonework can be successfully restored to its original grace. Allegrone specializes in the repair or reproduction of building elements such as stone walls and stairs, decorative moldings and carvings, columns and capitals, natural stone, cast stone, entrance façades, walkways, doorjambs and windows.

Working With Brick

Although exceptionally strong, many outside forces leave brick construction susceptible to cracking. Cracking not only detracts from a building’s overall appearance but adds vulnerability by allowing water to penetrate walls, cause structural weakness and damage interior surfaces. Allegrone analyzes the underlying causes of damage first, and then upon repair, returns the structure to its earlier unspoiled appearance and functionality.

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