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Improving Homes with Quality Masonry

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Northern New Jersey's Trusted Masonry Contractor

At Tribeca Masonry, we specialize in enhancing the beauty and functionality of homes in Northern New Jersey with our expert masonry craftsmanship. As a trusted family-owned business with over 20 years of experience, we take pride in delivering exceptional results. Our father and son team, Haxhi and Nertil Lushka, collaborate to design and construct bespoke masonry features that elevate your property's appeal. From stunning driveways and outdoor landscaping to elegant patios, walkways, and retaining walls, we bring your vision to life with precision and passion. Trust Tribeca Masonry for all your masonry needs, and let us transform your outdoor space into a masterpiece.

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Your Driveway, Patio, and Masonry Questions Answered

  • Are Concrete Pavers Or Bluestone Pavers More Expensive?
    Bluestone pavers are more expensive due to the natural stone quality than concrete pavers. However, concrete pavers’ price ranges are very extreme, with some prices being as high as the natural stone.
  • Does Adding A Patio Increase My Home’s Value?
    Yes! According to SmartMoney.com, landscaped patios raise the value of your property by roughly 12.4%. You can expand your living space and enjoy spending time with your friends and family all year round!
  • What Do You Put Between Bluestone Pavers?
    Polymeric sand is simply a granular sand material placed within the cracks and joints between stone pavers as a means of interlocking the units and preserving the beauty and integrity of the pavers.
  • Is Bluestone Slippery When Wet?
    No, Bluestone’s natural stone and texture add to its toughness and anti-slippery feature. That’s why it is quite safe to apply it in areas where the surface is more likely to be wet and slippery.
  • What Are The Benefits Of Installing Walkway Pavers?
    From unrivaled beauty, easy upkeep, and long-term cost efficiency when installed properly, paving stone installations are becoming more apparent and utilized by cost-efficiency-minded homeowners. Pavers are created from natural materials and produced without artificial additives.
  • How Do I Remove Stains And Fix Damaged Pavers?
    If the stains are found on one to two pavers, you can simply replace them with new pavers to save you the hassle. Depending on the style of the paver, you can even have it flipped over instead of installing a brand new one. Suppliers also often have specially designed cleaners made to remove tough stains on your pavers!
  • What Are The Benefits Of Having A Retaining Wall?
    If your landscape features sharp gradient changes, a retaining wall is a feature well worth integrating. It provides essential structural support to large masses of soil, and when thoughtfully designed, retaining walls can prove an attractive focal point for your backyard.
  • Do I Have To Put A Drainage System Behind My Retaining Wall?
    Yes, efficient drainage remains a crucial part. When it goes unaddressed, hydrostatic pressure builds up behind the wall and causes damage like bulging or cracking that will require repairs.
  • Can You Lay Concrete Pavers Directly On Dirt?
    Unfortunately, no. The surface may feel hard enough to support concrete pavers, but the dirt and clay ground remain prone to shifting and resettle over time, thus ruining the paver and requiring extensive — and expensive — repairs.
  • What’s The Best Base Layer For Pavers?
    We recommend using crushed stone or quarry process stone for your base layer. Laying a base of 4 to 6 inches of well-compacted stone provides a stable foundation for nearly every type of paver installation, depending on the existing soil conditions.
  • How Deep Do You Need To Dig Before Installing Pavers?
    The thickness of your base material determines how deep you need to dig. Digging about 4 inches deep for sidewalks and patios is good for your paver base. Driveways tend to require you to go deeper — usually 8 inches depending on the soil conditions.
  • How Do You Prevent Weeds From Growing Underneath Pavers?
    Preventing weeds from growing and upsetting your pavers starts with a landscape fabric layer. Lay the fabric across the base after you finish the compaction process.
  • Should I Seal Concrete Pavers?
    Sealing your pavers isn’t a requirement, but it does offer multiple benefits. Sealing your concrete pavers help make spills and stains easier to remove. Sealers also soak into the joints between your pavers and help protect them from weeds, ants, and other potential damage.
  • What Is An Interlock?
    Interlock is the inability of a paver to move independently from its neighbors. Interlocking is the key to the overall strength of your pavement system. The process causes the loads to spread over a larger area instead of where the load was directly applied.
  • What Are The Components Of An Interlocking Concrete Pavement?
    The components include the base, bedding sand, sand in the paver’s joints, and edge restraints to contain the pavers at the perimeter.
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