How To Hire A Tuckpointing Specialist
CTV3 Enterprises Offers Advice On How To Hire A Tuck-Pointing Artisan
The first place to look is on the internet. Here there is usually more information on a website pertinent to a search than can be found in a small classified ad or the yellow pages. To view the website of an experienced tuckpointing specialist, visit: http://www.ctv3enterprises.com/
Once the search has been narrowed down, ask for a written estimate. It is prudent to not be surprised by an astronomical figure after services have been rendered. Ask the tuckpointing specialist for references. Inquire as to whether he has photographs of previous work. Often a good website will have photographs and testimonials of satisfied customers, thereby saving the consumer from a lot of work.
Safety is of paramount importance in this line of work. A good tuck-pointing mason will use a grinder to remove old mortar and dirt before applying a new mixture. When he does so, fine particles of silica are released into the air. Inhalation of these particles can cause silicosis, a dangerous lung disease. For two interesting articles on this problem, view either http://www.cdc.gov/niosh/topics/silica/tuckpointing.html or https://www.osha.gov/Publications/silica/OSHA_FS-3632.pdf
About Casey Thebolt:
Casey Thebolt is CEO of CTV3 Enterprises and Metro Detroit Masonry. He has years of experience and is well regarded as an accomplished artisan in the fields of brick repair, porch repair, and tuck pointing. He may be contacted at 248-906-2883 or Email: email@example.com
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