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  New construction   Renovation & Restoration  
Does Reno-Brix hold a contractor's license to the Régie du bâtiment du Québec? Yes

Does Reno-Brix have a liability insurance? Yes

Does Reno-Brix hold a license security? Yes

Does Reno-Brix offer a free quote service? Yes

Does Reno-Brix use adequate equipment such as platform, scissor-lift and forklift or other equipment to properly and safely perform the work? Yes
Did you know…
The best temperature for performing masonry work is between 5 and 15 degrees Celsius? In fact, the slower the mortar dries, the greater its adhesion to the brick.

Ice mound is caused by a weakening of mortar joints and anchors damage by rust, They no longer hold the bricks, looking to move forward.

Anchors must be installed every 16 inches vertically and 32 inches horizontally according to C.N.B (Code national du bâtiment)

Sound advice
One of our experts will be happy to provide you with the best advice in order to perform the necessary work, no more, no less!
Water infiltration

Ventre de bœuf

Wall stabilization

Crumbling brick and mortar

Cracked and bursted bricks

Bricks always wet and humid

Inadequate ventilation
behind the walls

Heat loss and airflow


Damaged and rusty anchors

Used membrane, damaged, or improperly installed

Stained brick cleaning

Effervescence pollution

renobrix maconnerie
6135 Métropolitain, Montréal, Qc H1P 1X7
T: 514-583-4988 F: 514-321-4011
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We work with our clients and professionals such as:
engineers, Architects, Cities (grants and permits), Hydro-Québec and others.