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Masonry Contractor in Lewisville, TX 75010
Experienced Masonry Contractors in Lewisville, TX Offer More Than Two Decades of Excellence
When it comes to masonry, one thing is clear; you should hire professional masonry contractors. A local handyman may perform good work but that work may not be up to code. Hiring reputable masonry contractors for chimney inspections, cleaning, repairs, custom fabrications, and installations is highly recommended.
A local team of masonry contractors has been impressing your neighbors in Dallas County for more than 23 years. This team of experts offers services for chimneys, fireplaces, and more. That means if you have a fireplace or chimney that needs repairs or cleaning, or you need a new fireplace, Masters Services is the company to call.
What are Masonry Contractors?
As you may or may not know, a chimney is constructed of a variety of masonry and metal materials. This typically includes brick, mortar, concrete, stone, iron, and steel. Masonry materials take a pounding from temperature changes and patterns including extreme hot and cold temperatures, heavy winds, and direct contact with sometimes overwhelming amounts of water. Weather can damage flue linings, loosen masonry materials and cause obstructions that are not good for your chimney and fireplace.
Masonry contractors like Masters Services, offer protection, repairs, and rebuilds. Regular maintenance of your chimney is critical to prevent major damage, deterioration, and repairs that can be very expensive.
What Types of Services Does Masters Services Handle in Dallas County?
Masters Services takes pride in the Lewisville, TX community and their mission is to provide premium chimney, masonry and fireplace services, as well as wildlife removal, air duct and vent cleaning. Their premium chimney caps and glass fireplace doors are custom made. Their chimney repair jobs regularly exceed a client’s expectations.
The Masters Services team services in Lewisville, TX include:
- Chimney waterproofing
- Chimney cap repairs, replacements, and fabrications
- Chimney dampers
- Mortar crowns
- Brick repair
- Chimney flashing
- Chimney cleaning and inspection
- Custom fireplace doors
- Wildlife removal
- Air duct cleaning
- Dryer vent cleaning
Masonry chimneys are constructed of a combination of masonry and metal materials. With most masonry materials, direct and constant contact with water can cause an adverse reaction on a chimney. Regular maintenance of a chimney is recommended to prevent damage, deterioration, and costly repairs. Waterproofing service can aid in the reduction of chimney leaks and deterioration.
Chimney Cap Repairs and Chimney Cap Fabrications
A chimney cap protects your chimney masonry from damage and keeps wildlife out. A full-coverage chimney cap keeps out the rainwater that erodes the chimney structure and components. Masters Services fabricates their very own chimney cap. These chimney caps carry a limited lifetime warranty and are made from a 24 gauge flat sheet of metal and each features an animal-proofed screen. Full coverage means that these chimney caps cover the entire chimney top and the first row of brick. This helps reduce the need for chimney repairs.
A chimney damper is installed on the top of the flue and features a chain coming down into the firebox. Top sealing dampers seal out any rain blowing into the chimney cap. More importantly, top dampers seal in the hot or cold air escaping from the HVAC system as well as keeping the outside heat or cold from entering a home. Combined with a full coverage chimney cap makes your chimney ready for all types of weather in Dallas County.
A chimney should be solid on top with a bed of smooth mortar holding the chimney top together. A coating can be applied to seal the mortar crown and once sealed, the chimney top should never deteriorate or leak.
Repairing a chimney crack is called tuckpointing. This involves drilling out any cracks and filling them in with as close as possible matching aged mortar. A good job means that the eye cannot see that a repair was made on a chimney. Oftentimes, tuckpointing the entire chimney is necessary to stop a chimney from leaking.
Chimney flashing is the seal that prevents moisture from entering your home at the point where a chimney meets the roof. Flashing should be secured to the chimney and not bowing out. It should be free from rust or holes. Correctly applied to flash creates a bond that forms a tight seal from moisture entering the roof, attic, or walls and thereby, avoiding any potential future water leak requiring chimney repairs.
Custom Made Fireplace Doors are an Amazing Alternative to the Standard Variety
The job of a fireplace door is to provide safety from fireplace sparks and flames, in addition to keeping warm air inside while minimizing drafts. Well, Masters Services found a way to combine that functionality and craftsmanship with stylish elegance in their own unique fabrication. You see, the Masters Services steel and tempered glass panels are interchangeable. Unlike anything sold today, these door panels can be switched out for a new design as often as a homeowner would like. In addition, these doors can be made to fit almost any fireplace opening including masonry and prefabricated firebox fronts.
Masters Services also sells realistic and best burning gas logs on the market to provide a safe, beautiful fire in your home in Lewisville, TX.
Masters Services Provides Additional Important Services to Keep a Home Safe
Masters Services performs dryer vent cleaning and air duct cleaning, important services necessary for every residential and commercial location in Lewisville, TX. A dryer vent cleaning can help eliminate fire hazards and improve drying time, thereby saving on energy costs.
Why is air duct cleaning important? There can be a ton of dirt hiding in your air ducts, buildup from daily HVAC use. A thorough air duct cleaning helps keep your heating and cooling system running efficiently and blowing fresher air. Air ducts continually circulate dust, dirt, animal dander and hair, pollen, pathogens, and more. Masters Services recommends cleaning dryer vents and air ducts annually so you can breathe cleaner air inside of your Dallas County home.
Now is an Ideal Time to Schedule Your Expert Masonry and Chimney Repair Services
Do you need chimney masonry repair, chimney cleaning, dryer vent cleaning or air duct cleaning service in Dallas County? Masters Services is a team of professional masonry contractors who can help. For more than 23 years, Masters Services has been handling masonry Lewisville and is standing by to take care of all of your chimney repair and chimney cleaning requirements.
To schedule masonry repair, chimney camera inspection, chimney sweep, wildlife removal or dryer vent or air duct cleaning, call 972-877-4650 or visit https://mastersservices.com/ today. The compassionate Masters Services team will be happy to answer any and all questions you have about masonry services in addition to helping you order custom fireplace doors, a fabricated chimney cap, or fireplace logs in Dallas County.
Some information about Lewisville, TX
Lewisville is a city in Denton County, Texas, United States, that barely overlaps with Dallas County, Texas. It is a suburb within the Dallas–Fort Worth Metroplex. The 2000 United States Census placed the city’s population at 77,737 and the 2010 Census placed it at 95,290, making it one of the fastest-growing city populations in the United States and the 33rd most populous in Texas. It occupies 36.4 square miles (94 km2) of land and includes 6.07 square miles (15.7 km2) of Lewisville Lake.
In 1841, the Republic of Texas chartered the Peters Colony Land Grant Company (named for William Smalling Peters, publisher of the song ‘Oh! Susanna’) to settle the North Texas area. In 1844, John W. King and his wife settled on the east side of the prairie, where the city now lies. Baptist settlers from Platte County, Missouri, settled on the west side; among them were John and James Holford, who named the area Holford’s Prairie. Further south, Presbyterians established a church and called it Flower Mound. In the confusion over land ownership after the Hedgcoxe War, Basdeal Lewis purchased Holford’s Prairie in 1853 and renamed it after himself.
In 1845, the Fox family, which owned about a dozen slaves, buried a slave child called Melinda on the family farm, which eventually became the town’s cemetery for black residents. Named Fox–Hembry Cemetery, the plot still exists today. After it had fallen into disrepair, local residents and businesses gathered to restore it in 2011. Though Abraham Lincoln was not on the ballot in the area for the 1860 Presidential election, residents of Lewisville (listed as ‘Hollforts’ on election results) still gave John C. Breckinridge only a 44–31 majority over an electoral fusion option.
During Reconstruction, Lewisville became home to Denton County’s first cotton gin. Built in 1867, it could produce up to three bales per day. The Thirteenth Texas Legislature chartered the Dallas and Wichita Railroad (later the Missouri–Kansas–Texas) on terms requiring 20 miles of track to be in running order by July 1, 1875. Lewisville paid the company $15,000 to come to the city, with a promise of another $5,000 on completion. The company fulfilled the deal by completing the railroad tracks to a point just south of Lewisville on the morning of the deadline, and the line began running full-time in 1881. Republicans in the Fourteenth Texas Legislature passed a law on April 30, 1874, prohibiting alcohol within two miles of the town. Many residents ignored the law, however, and the city retained as many as 17 saloons at one point. The population of the unincorporated town was 500 in 1888.
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Here are some masonry-related associations:
- The International Masonry Institute
- Mason Contractors Association of America
- The Masonry Institute
- The Masonry Society
- National Concrete Masonry Association