About Cheshire Pointing

Cheshire Pointing are Specialist Pointing and Brickwork Contractors in Cheshire. We specialise in Brick Cleaning, Brick Tinting, Conserv Lime Mortar Pointing, Stitch Crack repairs, Brick repairs of your house or garden walls etc.

Are you looking for a reliable service from a friendly local company? We only employ quality, local tradesmen that do pointing full time.

Improve the appearance of your house. We can point or re-point the front of your House – Gable Ends – Side Passages – Garage Walls – Extensions etc…

Services Include

Specialist Lime Mortar Pointing and Brick Cleaning
Specialist Lime Mortar Pointing and Brick Cleaning

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Why Repoint? Repoint is a standard property maintenance practice that enhances the appearance significantly and adds value and is commonly raised as a problem on a valuer’s report for rectification.   Gaps in mortar caused over time by weathering and decay not only look undesirable but can let in water, which through constant freezing/thawing and salt deposition can cause long-term significant damage

Brick Tinting  ( for matching your new extension brickwork to your existing house brickwork)

 Brick tinting is the process of physically changing the colour of brickwork to match surrounding areas by applying a tinting solution to each individual brick or mortar joint. It creates a seamless joint by eliminating inconsistencies in colour between different batches of brick and masonry. 

Brick and Stone Cleaning Professional cleaning can make an extraordinary difference to your property, rolling back the years and adding value. 

The aim of brick cleaning is to remove dirt and staining, carbon and environmental build up that has deposited on brickwork. We can restore and clean the brickwork without damaging the brick itself, or the pointing (the bits between bricks!). The end result will be to reveal the original colour and texture of the brick-face. 

Rain Repellent for brickwork Rain Repellent Masonry Protection Cream It prevents the absorption of rainwater into porous building materials such as brick or sandstone. It can be used to provide protection against penetrating damp without affecting the visual appearance of brickwork or stonework. 

Do you have any questions? Please read our Frequently Asked Questions for more answers.