Masonry Projects

Crumbling brick? Time for a new look? Don’t trust your most valuable asset to just anyone. Our Verified Contractors have a wealth of experience with all types of masonry projects.

How it works

Describe Your Project

Answer a few quick questions about your renovation and an experienced Renovation Advisors will get back to you.

Get Connected With Verified Contractors

Our Perfect Match tool will find you up to three contractors verified through our exclusive Verified Contractors.

Choose Your Best Contractor

Review competing bids and select the best contractor to get started, knowing we are there for you throughout your project.


What Determines the Cost of a Masonry Project?

Many factors affect the cost of masonry, such as

  • The size of your house
  • The materials you choose
  • The difficulty of the installation

You can find yourself paying anywhere between $30,000 for low-budget projects and $48,000+ for high-end homes

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Your Personal Assistant

A dedicated Renovation Advisor is assigned to your masonry project. Your Advisor will be there to schedule appointments, help you understand quotes, provide you with a Verification Report for each contractor, and support you until your renovation is complete.

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“New brick or stone can make your home look brand new. I can help you through the process of transforming your home.”


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The RenoAssistance Guarantee is an additional warranty offered at no charge for any customer undertaking their renovation project with us.*

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Best Masonry Contractors


We want your masonry project to run smoothly, which is why we only work with highly qualified professionals.

At RenoAssistance, all of our contractors are thoroughly vetted through our exclusive 53-point Verification Process.

Our goal is to provide you with a successful renovation from start to finish. We will have up to three contractors bid on your project to ensure you are getting the best value. We will also provide you with a Verification Report for each contractor, so you can relax knowing your project is in good hands.

What a masonry contractor can assist you with

  • Removing old material
  • Choosing materials and styles
  • Repairing damaged structure
  • Proper ventilation to prevent water damage
  • Mortar installation
  • Natural stone versus engineered
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Our Renovation Guide

What you will learn from the guide:

  • Important questions to ask your contractor
  • How to reduce your risk
  • How to save time and money
  • And more answers to your questions!

Frequently asked questions

When should brick or stone joints be repaired?

If the mortar joints around your bricks or stones are starting to show signs of wear (brittleness, cracks, fractures, etc.), it’s best to repair them right away because the damage will only get worse as water increasingly infiltrates the mortar or gets behind the wall and goes through bouts of freezing and thawing. Postponing repairs will only make the situation worse and increase the cost of repairs.

What causes a brick wall to bulge?

This is a common masonry problem caused by water seeping into the mortar joins of a brick or stone wall. These infiltrations expand when frozen or cause the anchors to rust, creating bulges in the wall. A mason must be called in to do repairs right away to keep the wall from detaching or collapsing.

Is a masonry house façade a good investment?

In addition to being durable and energy efficient as well as improving a home’s appearance, a masonry façade offers a good return on investment (between 50% and 75%) if it’s well maintained.

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“Do you have a major problem with your brick? Don’t wait for the problem to get worse – I can help you take care of it! “


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