Tuck Pointing - PAYE Stonework & Restoration
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Tuck pointing

Tuck pointing

‘Tuck pointing’ is a highly skilled way of finishing coloured mortar joints which match the colour of the masonry – usually bricks – with a narrow ridge of putty or fine lime mortar to give an impression that very fine joints have been made… the results are incredibly effective as you will see.