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More About Buying Masonry Tools

Whether you’re a homeowner that enjoys DIY projects or a contractor hired to construct a commercial property, we’re here to help guide you through hardscaping.

In the blog before last, we gave you a guide on how to buy masonry tools. However, we couldn’t fit it all into one blog. We can’t stress enough how having the proper tools can make a construction project go smoother. Whether you’re a homeowner that enjoys DIY projects or a contractor hired to construct a commercial property, we’re here to help guide you through hardscaping. To learn about how to purchase some more masonry tools that we did not mention, keep reading!

Brick Hammers

Brick hammers are like other hammers in the sense where they do have a flat face. However, they are unique because they have a chisel-shaped blade that you can use to cut through stone cleanly. You can also use the flat, durable face to break rocks or break down concrete.

Jointers

When you have cracks and spaces (known as joints), between brick, you can use a jointer to close these gaps. Jointers help to give your masonry project a structured and finished look. Jointers also help with durability and ensure that water cannot easily seep into the hardscape. When you buy a jointer, you should make sure that it’s smaller than the joint size so that you don’t spill mortar. 

Levels and Mason’s Lines

Levels are useful when you need to build a wall. They aid in your keeping your construction project vertically and horizontally even. They come in a variety of sizes so that it will best suit your project. Alternatively, you can also use a mason’s line to make sure that a surface is flat and not crooked.

Brushes

Upon completion of your masonry project, some powder will most likely be left behind. Powder being left behind stems from breaking down or cutting up stone, or spills that come from the mortar. You can remove these stains with a brush. Regarding stone powder, you will need a soft-bristled brush. Mortar stains will need a stiffer brush for you to remove them. 

Trenton Block and Hardscape Supply Is an Expert In The Outdoor Construction Industry

At Trenton Block & Hardscape Supply, we have 21/2 acres of high-quality hardscaping materials at each of our respective locations. Our experienced team members will help you make sense of all these materials by adding more shape and form to your design ideas. We help you see the possibilities with our extensive design knowledge.

Three convenient locations in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Delaware mean that you’re never too far away from accessing our expertise, artistry, and equipment. Come visit our display areas at all three locations for help making your vision a reality with our comprehensive variety of materials and tools. Contact us at one of our locations and follow us on Facebook.

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