Cleaning of new and existing masonry is essential to preserve the long-lasting integrity of facings over the years. What’s more, it enhances the superior quality of stonework.
The MGC Group advantage;
Over 15 years of expertise in envelope cleaning and protection;
Innovative techniques in cleaning and conservation;
Specialists for the drafting of estimates and technical reports;
A transparent approach that listens to the needs of the facades;
A superior result that respects the environment.
The MCG Group is more than a cleaning service: from start to finish, we will support you in the execution of your project. Through the use of several specialized cleaning techniques, we can achieve a superior result, all the while maintaining the integrity of the siding and respecting the environment in which the building is located.
We are here for your projects
Masonry cleaning is a specialty at MGC. Over the years, we have worked very hard to develop work processes adapted to the different types of masonry, with the aim of cleaning them as well as possible without damaging their surface.
- Our specialty: high-rise buildings and very large surfaces
Teams that appreciate building heritage
Quebec’s heritage abounds with monuments and masonry buildings that we have been proud to clean for many years. Our techniques do not damage the finish of the brick or stone (patina, baked-on layer) and comply with the most stringent environmental standards.
- Historical buildings
- Churches and monuments
- Ancestral institutional buildings
There’s no stopping our cleaning experts: no matter the type of contaminants, we’ll have the right techniques to treat the masonry surface and dislodge the dirt.
- Cleaning of salt and efflorescence deposits
- Nebulization on stone surfaces with air pollution
- Removal of bitumen and coating: caulk, glue, tar, etc. (by scraping or cold cleaning)
- Hydro-detergent, use of specialized products to treat masonry surfaces according to their condition, composition and particularities
- Use of poultices to remove contaminants in stones: rust, salt, etc.