5648 W. Lawrence Ave.,
Chicago, IL 60630 United States
Bruno Construction Masonry, Inc. specializes in all sorts of masonry work and is a trusted masonry/tuckpointing contractor in Chicago and the surrounding suburbs. We have been a trusted tuckpointing contractor in Chicago since 1984. From Single Family Homes to Condominium and Apartment Buildings and even Mid and High Rises. Bruno Construction Masonry, Inc. works with Management Companies and Associations of any size and can work with Homeowners directly. We are a licensed Masonry and Tuckpointing contractor specializing in tuckpointing, lintel replacement, shelf angle replacement, caulking, sandblasting, masonry cleaning, parapet work, and all kinds of brick, block and stone work. Whether it's a chimney rebuild or parapet wall problem or a critical inspection needed on your high rise, Bruno Construction Masonry Inc. can help. Bruno Construction Masonry Inc. can repair the Building Code Violations your build may have. We deal with Chicago Buildign code violations on a regualr basis and know what permits need to be obtained and what re-inspections are needed. Bruno Construction Masonry Inc. can obtain necessary permits and meet with the inspector in person to resolve the Building Violation issues. We deal with building violation issues our clients have on a regular basis so we know the process in obtaining the permit, performing the work, and meeting with the inspector in order for him to sign off on the Building Violation and permit, if needed.
Bruno Construction accepts large scale jobs throughout the Chicagoland Area. Bruno Construction Masonry Inc. is Licensed, bonded and Insured and will provide a certificate of insurance upon request. Call Bruno Construction Masonry Inc. if you are looking for a masonry tuckpointing contractor you can trust in Chicago and surrounding suburbs. Bruno Construction Masonry, Inc. is the tuckpointing contractor for you.
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