The useful lifespan of a masonry wall in Montreal can vary from one building to the next depending on its exposure to bad weather, its materials, and the design of the building.
At a certain point in time, to get a good return on your investment, it’s better to completely replace your masonry wall than to repair it.
When replacing a masonry wall, it’s a good opportunity to insulate it.
That way, you might be able to take advantage of the RénoVert tax credit program. Our advisors at Restaure-Action will offer you the right materials for your situation.
Depending on the condition of your wall, it’s sometimes possible to recover the vast majority of the bricks or stones in order to carry out the reconstruction with the original elements and preserve the heritage aspect.
If the bricks or stones are too damaged, we’ll offer you new materials that comply with the regulations in your borough.