Tuckpointing Perth

Revitalise your brickwork with professional tuckpointing services. Enhance the beauty and longevity of your property while preventing moisture damage.


Tuckpointing creates timeless and natural perfection

Tuckpointing is a specialised process used in masonry to improve the appearance and structural integrity of brickwork. It involves removing deteriorated mortar from the joints between bricks and replacing it with fresh mortar that closely matches the original brick colour. A thin line of contrasting mortar is then applied to create the illusion of fine joints. This technique not only enhances the aesthetic appeal of brick structures but also prevents moisture from penetrating and causing damage.

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Tuckpointing Services

  • Repair and Restoration: We expertly address any existing damage and restore the brickwork to its original condition.
  • Brick Replacement: When bricks are damaged beyond repair, we replace them with new ones that blend seamlessly with the existing structure.
  • Mortar Colour Matching: Our specialists ensure that the new mortar closely matches the original brick colour, maintaining the aesthetic integrity of your building.
  • Cleaning and Sealing: We thoroughly clean the brickwork to remove stains and debris and apply a sealant to protect it from future damage.

Our Tuckpointing Process

  • Inspection and Assessment: Our team conducts a thorough inspection to evaluate the condition of your brickwork and identify areas needing repair.
  • Preparation and Removal: We carefully remove the deteriorated mortar without damaging the surrounding bricks.
  • Application of New Mortar: Using precise techniques, we apply new mortar that matches the original brick colour, followed by a contrasting thin line for a refined finish.
  • Final Inspection and Cleanup: We ensure all work meets our high standards and leave your property clean and tidy.
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  • Arnola Coletti

    The Timeless Restoration team produced a stunning and consistent result in matching the existing tuck pointing. Can highly recommend this company, acting with integrity, straightforward business procedures and completed all aspects of the quotation with excellent workmanship. Thank you, we will see you in another project.

  • Gary Bordoni

    We are extremely happy with the restoration of our 4 chimneys at our Subiaco home and would highly recommend Timeless Restoration to future clients. The tuck pointing has made a huge difference to the facade and yet still maintains the natural appearance of the original brick.
    Thank you Ashley and Nick for a job well done!

  • Dhahir Aljwareen

    Recently had Timeless Restorations come in and Tuckpoint the front of our property. Along with that they replaced old lintels and did some crack repairs inside, their team is well mannered, punctual as above all honest. Thank you Nickoli, Ashley and Ali Will definitely use you in the future

  • Gdog G

    The guys at Timeless Restorations did an amazing job bringing back to life our old sad looking brickwork. The front of our house is looking great now. They were thorough and I’m very pleased with the results!

  • Michelle Smith

    Timeless Restorations have just completed tuck pointing at our home in Inglewood and we are very happy with the result. The work was completed as scheduled and the site left clean after each day. Great team and service. Thanks.

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  • Can tuckpointing be applied to all brickworks?

    You can apply tuckpointing to any brickwork, including walls, archways, fireplaces, and chimneys. Its application is not limited to restoration work on heritage buildings. Mid-century or contemporary architecture can benefit from its ability to enhance or add a timeless charm. If the brickwork on your property needs a fresh face, let us help you lift it with this precise federation-era technique, bringing the fine craftsmanship of yesteryear to today.

  • What is Rendered Tuckpointing?

    Rendered tuckpointing is applied over existing brickwork, offering the same effect as traditional tuckpointing. This method is utilised when the existing brickwork requires repairs or damage has been sustained. Rendered tuckpointing is also a more budget-friendly option compared to conventional tuckpointing.

  • What is the difference between tuckpointing and mortar pointing?

    Tuckpointing and repointing are essential masonry maintenance techniques, but they involve different functions and distinct procedures. Repointing focuses on restoring the structural integrity of a brick wall by removing deteriorated mortar and replacing it with new mortar that matches the original in composition, colour, and texture. The primary goal is to strengthen the masonry and prevent water infiltration.

    On the other hand, tuckpointing aims to enhance both the structure and the visual appearance of a brick wall. This technique involves filling the joints with a mortar that matches the bricks and then overlaying a thin line of contrasting mortar to create the illusion of perfectly aligned joints. While both methods involve removing and replacing old mortar, tuckpointing is generally more labour-intensive and costly due to its focus on aesthetic detail and structural reinforcement.

  • Is repointing cheaper than tuckpointing?

    Yes, repointing is generally less expensive than tuckpointing due to the differences in labour and skill required for each technique. Repointing focuses solely on restoring the structural integrity of a brick wall by replacing old, deteriorated mortar, making it a relatively straightforward process. In contrast, tuckpointing involves additional steps, including applying a layer of mortar that matches the brick colour and a thin line of contrasting mortar for aesthetic appeal. This makes tuckpointing more labour-intensive and meticulous and, therefore, typically more costly.