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Building Restoration & Repairs.

Restore & Repair.

Restoration: the action of returning something to a former owner, place, or condition.

Many churches and religious buildings in Duluth and surrounding areas are hundreds of years old! You may be very familiar with them! These buildings have age old masonry that has lasted many, many years. As those years turn into lifetimes, the masonry starts to weather and deterioration can start as a result of our harsh weather. If your church or building needs a professional inspection or visible repairs and restoration with brick, stucco, plaster, or stone, give us a call and lets make your piece of history last another lifetime!

Here are a few places we have helped:

First United Methodist Church

First United Methodist Church - Johnston Masonry
Building Restoration and Repairs.

Many buildings built during the early 1900’s (and prior!) were built of masonry (block, stucco, brick, and others). Throughout the years, this masonry needs maintenance and sometimes major repairs. If your building has deterioration or water infiltration give us a call and let our professionals provide you with some options for repairs. Lets stop your building from getting further damage or more water infiltration today!

Feradyne Outdoors – manufacturing building
Feradyne Outdoors - Johnston Masonry
Building Restoration and Repairs. Block repairs


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Our Clients Say.

“Last Spring I talked with several custom stone contractors but I was most impressed with JM Masonry.  They offered a few improvements to my “outdoor kitchen” design and were very patient and knowledgeable. They delivered on everything they promised and finished my project on schedule.  I have gotten a lot of great comments on their work and I am really proud of the new “improvement” on my deck. I am looking forward to enjoying it for many, many years with my friends.”

Lynn Wegner