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Questions to Ask a Masonry Contractor

If you ever need to put in a concrete patio, pave a cement driveway, or build a brick fireplace, you may need to call a masonry contractor or stonemason professional. These experts commonly work with materials like cement blocks, asphalt, stone, and bricks for general construction tasks. However, it is important to ask the right questions prior to hiring a masonry contractor to assist you with a driveway, asphalt surface, or backyard landscaping project. Below are a few questions to keep in mind.

  • Can you build or put in a retaining wall?
    These walls are often used to hold back water or earth and are often seen in residential or commercial landscaping projects. Some masonry experts may not be able to assist with a task like this.

  • Can you pave or stamp a driveway?
    Most masonry workers know how to pave roads, regardless of whether they are dealing with cement or asphalt surfaces. However, if you have something specific in mind, such as decorative stamping, you should get several quotes from different experts.

  • What are your rates and how long will the project take?
    Regardless of the aesthetic landscaping task, stucco house facing project, or fireplace structure you have in mind, inquire about rate estimates and the duration of the project beforehand. This way, you can compare the quotes of several stonemason workers.

  • Can you construct or put in a residential home patio?
    There are different types of patios to consider for your home. It is prudent to discuss the idea you have for a cement or concrete patio with the masonry contractor. This way, you can get an idea of what the patio would cost and what it would require to maintain.
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    STANDARD LISTINGS:   CONTRACTORS-MASONRY IN/NEAR NORTH DAKOTA
    Gabel Masonry Construction Inc Write review for this local business
    2541 116th Ave SE, Valley City, ND 58072
    (701) 845-0099  
    Basic Brick Masonary Write review for this local business
    4711 105th St N, Harwood, ND 58042
    (701) 282-2319  
    Eicholtz Masonry Inc Write review for this local business
    1402 44th St N, Fargo, ND 58102
    (701) 277-9088  
    Lyon Thomas Write review for this local business
    7932 128th Ave SE, Stirum, ND 58069
    (701) 678-2764  
    Schmitcke Orville Write review for this local business
    9121 Sycamore Ln, Bismarck, ND 58504
    (701) 223-6335  
    Streyle Jack Write review for this local business
    8571 10th Ave SW, Linton, ND 58552
    (701) 336-7259  
    Hertz Masonry Write review for this local business
    3256 River Place Dr N, Mandan, ND 58554
    (701) 663-7814  
    Masonry Makeovers Write review for this local business
    305 6th Ave, Litchville, ND 58461
    (701) 762-4878  
    Fixabrick Write review for this local business
    Fargo, ND 58109
    (701) 219-4031  
    Brickstone Masonry Write review for this local business
    Fargo, ND 58109
    (701) 200-9120  
    Bert Ternes Masonry Write review for this local business
    3521 Franklin Ave, Bismarck, ND 58503
    (701) 255-2024  
    Mac Masonry Write review for this local business
    401 S 2nd St, Glen Ullin, ND 58631
    (701) 348-9732  
    Arbuckle Masonry Write review for this local business
    Litchville, ND 58461
    (701) 762-3685  
    J W Masonry Write review for this local business
    205 Highway 8 S, Hettinger, ND 58639
    (701) 567-3056  
    Reindel Masonry LLC Write review for this local business
    888 21st St W, Dickinson, ND 58601
    (701) 260-2133  
    Hohenstein Brothers Masonry Write review for this local business
    Fargo, ND 58109
    (701) 793-8666  
    Phil's Tuckpointing Write review for this local business
    Bottineau, ND 58318
    (701) 389-7047  
    Dakota Chimney & Gas Fireplace Technicians Inc Write review for this local business
    422 15th St N, Fargo, ND 58102
    (701) 237-0167  
    Gabel Masonry Construction Inc Write review for this local business
    1007 Main Ave W, West Fargo, ND 58078
    (701) 277-1002  
    Seibel Masonry LLC Write review for this local business
    Bismarck, ND 58504
    (701) 255-1922  
    AAA Streyle Masonry Write review for this local business
    2435 Skylark Ave, Bismarck, ND 58504
    (701) 255-4966  
    Mosbrucker Joe Masonry Inc Write review for this local business
    417 9th St E, Dickinson, ND 58601
    (701) 483-2240  

    Masonry contractors often need to hire staffs that consist of several professionals. This helps them meet the needs of their residential and commercial clients. Without a staff of well trained professionals, stonemasons would have a harder time running their businesses effectively.

    Stone masons often have crews that help them with their projects. Whether they are building retaining walls, concrete patios, driveways, or fireplaces, the professionals need someone on hand to help them mix mortar and move supplies. In many cases, these crews consist of apprentices who want to learn the craft of stone masonry. Although they might have some experience working with cement, brick, asphalt, and other materials, they do not necessarily have much experience with the aesthetic qualities that masonry contractors consider. By working with a professional, they can learn how to incorporate landscaping, stucco, and aesthetic principals into their general construction skills.

    Stone masons have to work on the property of their clients. That means they are rarely in their offices. The companies often, therefore, hire office workers who can answer phone calls, make appointments, and keep track of paperwork. This is an important job that requires strong communication skills. Without the office workers, it would be difficult for masonry contractors to pave driveways, maintain structures, and handle customer services at the same time.

    In order to keep their prices low, stonemasons might need managers who can find good deals on bricks, cement blocks, asphalt, and other materials. By keeping their expenses low, the company can charge lower prices for paved driveways and landscaping. This could help attract more clients to the business.


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