Mortar Color Matching

Mortar matching for restoration, historic preservation, or additions to historic buildings normally starts with an analysis of the mortar to be matched to determine ingredients and performance characteristics. A formula for new mortar is then prepared that will match color, aggregate-to-cement ratio, lime content, strength, and water vapor permeability of the original.

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Florentine Renaissance Masonry
Restoration of a chimney in the historic district of Salem, MA.
Salem, MA 01970
Restoration of a historic brick chimney
Olde Mohawk Historic Preservation
Church of the Immaculate Conception, Cambridge, Massachusetts
Melrose, MA 02176
The Immaculate Conception Church at 430 Windsor Street (Cambridge, MA)

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