The Best Masonry Service near Troy, Illinois!
Driscoll Brick Work is the best masonry contractor near Troy, Illinois! We are a family-owned and operated business and provide the best brick and stonework in the local area. We have been in business for almost 20 years and pride ourselves on our reliable, experienced, and creative staff to bring your visions to life.
If your home or office needs basic repairs, replacements or masonry renovations be sure you call our masonry contractor, today!
Our Commercial Masonry Services Include:
- Concrete Construction
- Patch & Repair Services
- All Phases of Brickwork or Stonework
- Masonry Work, Structural & Decorative
- Block Work of All Styles
- Natural Stone, Cast Stone, Cultured Stone, Facades, Veneers, Paving
- Retaining Walls
- Construction Repair of Fireplaces & Chimneys
Our Residential Masonry Services Include:
- New Construction
- Masonry Repair
- Stone Construction
- Brick, Block, and Stone Exteriors
- Brick or Stone Masonry Restoration, Remodeling, and Alterations
- Kitchen Brickwork and Stonework
- Stone Entryways
- Fireplace Construction and Repair
- Retaining and Knee Walls
- Privacy Walls
- Structural Walls and Foundations
- Stone Veneering and Facades
Our Line of Bricks
Building Brick – Also known as hard, common, or kiln-run brick, this unit is made from ordinary clay or shale and is fired in kilns to form the solid brick.
Face Brick – These bricks are of better quality and are more durable. They commonly come in color shades ranging from brown, red, gray, yellow, or white.
Clinker Brick – This unit is made by over-burning it in the kiln. Clinker bricks are typically rough, hard, durable, and occasionally come in irregular shape.
Pressed Brick – A dry-press process is used to make these units, rather than a kiln. This gives them regular, smooth faces, sharp edges, and squared corners, which makes them great for use like face brick.
Glazed Brick – These bricks perfect for use in walls or partitions that require sanitary conditions and easy cleaning.
Fired Brick – This clay can withstand the high temperatures of fireplaces, boilers, and other similar constructions. These hand-molded masonry units are usually much larger than other structural bricks.
Cored Brick – These bricks are not much different in strength than solid bricks. They also have the same resistance to moisture penetration as solid bricks. Cored or solid bricks can often be used interchangeably.
Call Today for a Free Estimate!
Our licensed professionals are ready to get started on your next remodeling project! That’s why we offer FREE ESTIMATES. Our business is licensed and insured and have been helping clients throughout the Metro-East area since 2001! Call our office to get started, today! We look forward to working with you.