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Special Offers from Expert Masonry Contractor in Pittsburgh

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““Incorporated in 1950, our work is notable in and around Pittsburgh for its quality and longevity. As a second-generation family business, we are known for the quality of our residential and commercial masonry. Our experienced staff has properly repaired and restored numerous structures that have suffered from cracks in the masonry or mortar and sealant joints, or even water damage,” says Ron Freeborough, company spokesperson.”
Mariani & Richards, a leading masonry contractor in Pittsburgh, PA, is now offering free estimates and a 25-year warranty on basement waterproofing.

In 2006, Mariani & Richards received a prestigious Bricklayers and Allied Craftworkers (BAC) award for its exemplary restoration work on St. Paul’s Cathedral. Continuing its stellar reputation and superior craftsmanship, Mariani & Richards continues to be a prominent restoration company in Pittsburgh.

“Incorporated in 1950, our work is notable in and around Pittsburgh for its quality and longevity. As a second-generation family business, we are known for the quality of our residential and commercial masonry. Our experienced staff has properly repaired and restored numerous structures that have suffered from cracks in the masonry or mortar and sealant joints, or even water damage,” says Ron Freeborough, company spokesperson.

As an award-winning go-to masonry company, Mariani & Richards works with many architects and restorers throughout the area. Known for its high-quality materials and impeccable workmanship, the city of Pittsburgh contains many buildings worked on by Mariani & Richards, including the following:

  • Cathedrals
  • Clock Towers
  • Domes
  • Monuments

They offer concrete restoration, brick and stone repairs and replacements, caulking services, grout injection, tuck pointing, exterior building cleaning, and more. The company has completed countless successful services on many of the following kinds of buildings:

  • Commercial and Industrial buildings
  • Residential Buildings and Homes
  • Churches and Synagogues
  • Schools, Colleges and Universities
  • Hospitals and Nursing Homes
  • Hotels, Stadiums and Theaters

For a free estimate call Mariani & Richards at 412) 564-4738 or visit the company website for more information at http://www.buildingrestoration-pitt.com/. The company’s extended service area includes Pittsburgh, Washington, Aspinwall, Canonsburg, Cranberry, Mt. Lebanon, and Bethel Park, Pennsylvania.

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Company Name: Mariani & Richards
Contact Person: Ron Freeborough
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Phone: (412) 884-3737
Address:2800 Library Rd
City: Pittsburgh
State: Pennsylvania
Country: United States
Website: http://www.buildingrestoration-pitt.com/

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