Masonry Work We Do
Xplus Construction Brick Masons are one such category. Our professionals work primarily with brick and mortar. Virtually any structure that can be built with brick is within the realm our experienced bricklayers – from garden walls and patios to complete housing structures. While the process of laying brick may seem simple, the truth is that much skill is required to evenly lay brick and ensure a stable, long-lasting structure.
Xplus Construction Stone Masons work with a variety of natural stone products to build such rustic structures as walls, benches, pillars, patios and bridges. Tasks may involve measuring and cutting stone, setting stone according to a pattern and using mortar or grout to set the stones into place. Like brick masonry, a fair amount of planning is required to ensure that the project is completed with accuracy.
We also perform repair work on existing stone structures.
Tile setting is another subcategory of masonry. Xplus Tile Setters contractors work largely in bathrooms or kitchens, laying tile to cover walls, ceilings and floors. Tile may be constructed from ceramic, marble or quarry – all of which provide unique appearances. Xplus Construction experienced tilesetters are able to give you advice on which types of tile best accentuate your home’s decor. After consultation, we will then purchase the materials and install the tile with the help of grout. To ensure even spacing and a constant pattern.
We work with poured concrete or concrete bricks to fabricate a wide variety of home structures. Beyond laying the concrete itself, our professionals are also experienced in coloring concrete, texturing concrete and other finishing processes that improve upon the natural appearance of concrete. Concrete masonry is one of the most versatile building products available because of the wide variety of appearances that can be achieved using concrete masonry units. Concrete masonry units are manufactured in different sizes, shapes, colors, and textures to achieve a number of finishes and functions.