Concrete and Masonry Repair in Baltimore

Concrete and masonry structures last a long time, but they’re bound to need maintenance or repair at some point or another. Concrete is vulnerable to cracks where water can infiltrate, freeze, and expand in the winter, thereby increasing the size of the crack and creating the potential for structural instability. You want your structure to look good, of you course, but structural integrity is the foundation of any building, and when this is compromised, you need repairs as soon as possible.

Consolidated coatings does a wide variety of concrete and masonry repair work right here in Baltimore. We work on everything from parking garages and sidewalks to concrete decks. We also do concrete and masonry repair as well as restoration on commercial, industrial, and historic structures. Restoration can bring back the sheen and class that a building may have lost over the years. If you’re dealing with cracks, loose mortar, or damaged bricks, we also do brick repair and brick replacement for your structures.

Our concrete and masonry repair services include:


  • Brick Replacement
  • Tuckpointing
  • Custom Patching
  • High Pressure Chemical Grouting
  • Spalling Repair
  • Masonry Decorative Color Blending and Enhancement


No matter what your need is, we can provide a repair and restoration solution that works for you. Contact Consolidated Coatings for concrete and masonry repair and restoration in Baltimore today.

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About Consolidated Coatings Inc.

Consolidated Coatings is a full service building restoration contractor operating in Maryland, Virginia, and Washington, D.C. Since 1979, we’ve provided professional restoration of commercial, industrial, and historic buildings across a range of disciplines. These include masonry restoration, concrete restoration, industrial and floor coatings, EIFS, and waterproofing. Follow us on our blog for weekly posts on industry-related topics. If you have any questions, please contact us at 410-574-6504.


This entry was posted on Wednesday, May 28th, 2014 at 8:46 pm.