After so many years the joints start to decay and allow water to enter in your foundation walls damaging your foundation walls.
This is the process of removing the old mortar joints in your stone wall.
Inserted new Ashgrove PLS mortar into the stone as deep as 6" in some areas. Some areas we had to replace the stone.
The stone foundation wall will have more structural integrity and give your walls a cleaner look.
Stress cracks caused by the unsupported central "I" beam support. This is easily fixed by installing an adjustable column post under the support to relieve pressure in your foundation wall.
After we repair the stone foundation walls we seal the stone and new mortar joints with a masonry moisture protection sealer. The sealer helps keep moisture from entering into your basement.