Stone Masonry Contractor

Any work-related to stone bounded structures with mortar as the binding element can be called as stone masonry. Below mentioned are some of such structures that we encounter in our everyday life, but pay little to no attention.

  • Foundations of buildings, walls, architectural works, and piers
  • Lintels, domes, beams, and beam arches
  • Cladding works, Roofs and roof coverings
  • Monumental structures, dams, and lighthouses
  • Paving jobs
  • Railways, ballast, and blackboards

If you have requirements for any of the above jobs, we at Chino Concrete & Masonry are here to provide you with the best quality job. You can contact us at (909) 443-2092.

Why Choose Stone Masonry?

  • Abundance of Availability
  • Ease of Working
  • Economy
  • Strength and stability
  • Appearance
  • Polishing Characteristics
  • Durability
  • Compatibility with the adhesive material, cement

General Principles for Stone Masonry

  • Stones need to be hard, durable, and sturdy.
  • Stones need to dressed and sized perfectly as per the requirements on the spot.
  • The pressure exerted on the stones should be vertical.
  • Large flat stones should be used so that load is uniformly distributed roof trusses and under the ends of rafters.
  • Mortar must be of good quality.
  • The bond and headstones should not be of the shape of a dumbbell.
  • Construction work should be raised uniformly.
  • The verticality of the erected wall should be regularly checked by plumb bob.
  • Instead of tensile stresses, stone masonry should be designed to take compression.
  • The stone masonry work should be cured for a period of 2 to 3 weeks after completion.
  • The use of broken and small stones should be avoided, as far as possible.
  • To ensure safety, use double scaffolding while working at a higher level.
  • To avoid hallows, the masonry hearting should be packed with a mixer of chips and mortar.
  • To avoid sucking of moisture, the wetted stone should be used.

Laying the Stones

  • The bottom of the foundation should be large and should be roughly leveled with selected stones.
  • The courses should be laid with leaning beds that should be parallel to the natural bed of the material.
  • The stone should be shaped and dressed before laying the stone on the wall. No hammering or dressing should be done, and once the stone is laid, else, it will be loosened.
  • The courses of the courses should be diminished regularly to keep a surplus stock of stones at the site.
  • Each stone should be cleaned and saturated with water before setting it. The bed should be cleaned before putting the stone on it.

As an experienced construction company, we adhere to working principles, as mentioned above. We can do both Rouble or Ashlar Masonry suiting to your budget. Contact Chino Concrete & Masonry at (909) 443-2092 for all your stone masonry needs in Chino.