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Advantages of
Stone and Brick Masonry

Built Homes

A lot of homeowners want to use stone or brick because they love the look and feel, and it lasts a long time. It's great for veneerspatios, sidewalks, steps, fireplacesand more.

Brick masonry usually lasts 100 years, with the first 25 years maintenance free. The most common maintenance is repairing loose joints between bricks, commonly called tuck pointing.

In theory stone masonry will last a lifetime, it is an ancient form of masonryStone exteriors work best when installed with traditional techniques.

Eight advantages of a
Masonry Built Home vs. Stick Built:

  • Energy Bills Decreased - the mass of masonry walls provide optimal heating and cooling efficiency.
  • Resistant to Fire - Masonry cannot burn.
  • Termites - termites will have no food source.
  • Mold Resistant
  • Weather Resistance - masonry can hold up to all kinds of weather - hurricanes, tornados and low temperatures.
  • Soundproofing
  • Insurance Bills decreased - since masonry construction has the resistances we've listed, many insurance companies will discount their premiums.
  • Maintenance Savings CostsMasonry's natural textures and colors eliminate the need for painting, and can be easily cleaned.
These Eight Advantages of Stone and Brick Masonry are why many homeowners are convinced this is the only way to go.  Please contact Kansas City Masonry Contractor, Dan Brotherton, president of Brotherton Masonry, Inc. in Missouri.

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Luke 6:48
"He is like a man who built a house, and digged deep, and laid the foundation on a rock, and when the flood arose, the stream beat vehemently upon that house, and could not shake it; for it was founded upon a rock."