What are Masonry and Precast?
Masonry is a shaped or molded unit small enough for one person to handle. Typically, masonry is made of stone, ceramic brick or tile, concrete, glass, or adobe. These units are often used in the bearing walls in homes or to strengthen frame structures. When you work with masonry, you’ll need units plus mortar, grout, and a reinforcing bar, wire or fabric.
Precast concrete is reinforced concrete constructed by industrialized methods. It generally requires special transportation equipment to move it to the construction site. Precasting reduces construction time.
Types of Masonry & Precast
Sizes include 6″x8″x16″, 8″x8″x16″, 10″x8″x16″, 12″x8″x16″
8″ size only
135 Degree Angle
8″ size only
Open Bottom Bond Beam
Sizes include 8″, 10″
Split Face Natural
8″ and corners too.
For bottom of eaves trough
Sizes include 48″, 56″, 64″, 72″, 88″, 96″
Barrier Blocks – Size 2″×2″×6″
Used for building walls, weight, landscape, built with hook in place
Barrier Blocks – Size 2″×2″×3″
Half blocks available
Decorative for yard
Tamoseal, Brush-on, Trowel-on available.
20″ diameter, 6″ lift
Tee in the Septic Tank to stop solids from leaving tank
Extra filtration for septic solids to prevent from going to drainfield
Aluminum – for basement
Vinyl 2 and 3 block
2 and 3 block screens
Sizes include 12″ short, 12″ long, 18″ High, 24″ high