Pittsburgh Masonry Restoration
In early 2014, Arch Masonry was contacted by a home owner asking about cleaning his hundred year old house. The Morewood Restoration Cleaning job presented an interesting challenge to Arch Masonry and our restoration crew.
We knew that we had to clean and point the house without compromising any of it’s original features. Arch Masonry and our employees were able to completely restore this beautiful house to its original glory.
Arch Masonry was contracted to restore the bell tower of the Byzantine Catholic Seminary to its original state. The bell tower presented Arch Masonry with a number of interesting problems.
There was a large amount of deterioration and corrosion due to years of exposure to the elements.
Arch Masonry was able to build a tower of scaffold around the bell tower, from which they could safely conduct their delicate restoration operation.
Arch Masonry has gained a reputation as a masonry restoration leader in the Pittsburgh area. With the knowledge and skill required to clean and restore buildings such as the new Lofts on Mt. Washington, Arch Masonry will continue to lead the way in masonry restoration for years to come.
Arch Masonry was charged with the difficult task of restoring the Brass Building in Pittsburgh. The building was unoccupied for years and had fallen into disrepair. Graffiti littered the walls at the ground floor and years of dirt of carbon pollution stained the upper floors. Utilizing extensive knowledge and expertise, the restoration team at Arch Masonry was able to completely remove years of built up paint and dirt, restoring the building to its previous beauty.