You’re Ready for a Toasty Fire. Is Your Fireplace?

As winter weather approaches, we know a lot of people are eager to put their fireplace to good use. There’s nothing like a warm fire on a chilly day, but it’s important to ensure that your fireplace is as ready for winter as you are. Ask yourself, is your firebox ready for winter? If you’re [...]

By | November 6th, 2019|Chimney, Residential|0 Comments

Keeping Your Basement Dry: Indoor and Outdoor Waterproofing Solutions

You already know that you want to keep your basement dry — leaks and moisture can lead to cosmetic and structural damage, as well as hazardous mold. If you suspect that you have water leaking into your basement, it’s better to take care of it quickly. The longer you wait, the more costly the repair. [...]

By | October 30th, 2019|Waterproofing|0 Comments

Protecting your Chimney and Fireplace with a Chimney Cap

When snow blankets the ground on a cold winter evening and the wind howls outside your windows, there’s nothing quite like warming yourself by a fire. To enjoy those nights by your fireplace however, you’ve got to make sure that your chimney is in good working order. Along with routine maintenance, one of the best [...]

By | October 23rd, 2019|Chimney, Residential|0 Comments

Waterproofing Your Steps Will Ensure Longevity

The weather takes it toll on everything, including the steps leading up to your house. Cycles of rain followed by sun and heat followed by cold can have unseen effects on your steps. Winter weather may cause the worst damage, though. Winter sun will melt snow and ice, which will find cracks and crevices in [...]

By | October 16th, 2019|Residential, Waterproofing|0 Comments

What Kind of Masonry Problems Do You Have?

At Ray Arnold Masonry & General Contracting, we’ve seen all kinds of masonry problems in need of repair. Some have been small fixes and others have been large jobs, but our skilled experts know how to take care of any masonry problem you may have. Curious if you have masonry problems that need to be [...]

By | January 7th, 2019|General Contracting|0 Comments