Brick Tinting Service
Inconsistencies in your brick or masonry work? Mismatched brick colours? Want to add a pattern or logo to your walls? Pegasus Brick Tinting Can Help!
In addition to our other extensive range of residential and commercial interior surface repairs, Pegasus Cosmetic Repairs also undertake a wide range of commercial and residential brick repair, façade restoration and brick tinting work.
Pegasus Brick Tinting
Pegasus Cosmetic Repair engineers can change the appearance of your brickwork without having to remove any bricks, using there skills to match new or damaged bricks to the original brickwork. It is almost impossible to find matching bricks, and to get an identical mortar colour and we at Pegasus are skilled at blending these particular components back in with the rest of your brickwork.
What is Brick Tinting?
Put in a nutshell, brick tinting is considered to be the single most efficient and cost effective method of making permanent changes to the colour of mortar, bricks and other masonry substrates. A successful technique used for 40 years or so, the process involves application of a potassium-silicate medium containing oxide-based colour-fast pigments to the surface of bricks and other masonry surfaces.
How it Works
The tint used is not a type of surface coating or paint, but a combination of a liquid chemical binder (the potassium-silicate) to which iron oxide pigments have been added. On application, this mixture penetrates into the brick/masonry substrate, where it forms a permanent bond. In essence, the process enables lightening, darkening or a complete change of brick/substrate colours in order to achieve an exact match to specific requirements.
Effect on Masonry/Brickwork
Over the years, experience has proven that this kind of treatment has no adverse effects on the performance attributes and durability of bricks/masonry substrates. UV resistant, light fast and not affected by weather extremes, the brick tint formula allows bricks/substrates to ‘breathe’ as though untreated, which means that the treated wall/building’s continued natural weathering process remains unaffected.
Applications of Brick Tinting
This brick/masonry colouring technique can be employed for a wide range of purposes, including:
- Creation of seamless joints by elimination of inconsistencies in the colours of different brick/masonry batches
- Rectification of mismatched brick colours
- Specific colouration of bricks that is unachievable via brick selection alone
You can learn more about brick tinting and our extensive range of other commercial and domestic repair services and/or request a quote now by calling us on Tel.: 01245 221276 or by e-mailing us at: firstname.lastname@example.org.