Masonry is not just for decoration; it’s what holds your house together and keeps it safe from weather and insects. So when you notice cracks in your walls or stains on your brick, it’s time to call brick masons Charleston, SC. The experts at Pro Angle Masonry Charleston are skilled in all types of masonry repair.
A mason tender functions as an onsite assistant to a stonemason and handles minor jobs such as maintaining tools, cleaning the work site, transporting materials, making minor repairs, and following blueprints. There are no formal education requirements to become a mason tender, although physical strength and endurance, the ability to work long hours, and fast learning are important. Prior experience can also be beneficial.
Cement masons make concrete structures using molds, pouring, and finishing the cement to create three-dimensional sculptures or functional objects. Masonry contractors who specialize in terrazzo work use a similar process to finish concrete but add marble chips into the mix to produce more decorative results.