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For your new building or restoring an old one – Mark\’s Tuckpointing is your best option! Our 30 years experience in brickwork make us professionals in building, repairing, correction, restoring and also improving all types of masonry. Thousands of customers that trusted us through the years made us best brickwork company in Chicago.


Licensed and Fully Insured Servicing Chicagoland and the Surrounding Suburbs.

Roofing License
IL License # 104-012713

New Constructions

We offer professional brick constructions where all lines of joints and bricks are good looking symmetry art. Only well done brickwork can serve their owners for years, because any cracks, loose brick or cast stone can short masonry lifetime even by half.


As in all our services our biggest enemy is weather, that caused damaged by temperature changes, wind, snow and rain. Repairing cracks usually means getting rid of old ones and restoring them with new ones.

Getting Started

If you need more information about our brickwork job – use contact form to get in touch. Or if you want to get a free estimate on next job – use our Online Free Estimate Form.


\”Mark\’s Tuckpointing has a great staff that provides free estimates at a reasonable rate. They are willing to work within your time table.My wish is the the Condo Association sees things as I do. They did a great job!\”

Scott H. []

\”Peter was very helpful throughout the process. Him and his team did a great job tuckpointing and fixing our condo building\’s gutter. Their price was reasonable and they did not try to convince us to do additional work (like some contractors did). We were very happy with the quality of their work.\”

Julie A. []

Helpful Information

  • All mortar used for the tuckpointing is a 3:1 mix, (3) parts of fine aggregate \”Bank Sand\” mixed with (1) part of masonry type \”N\” cement, (3) trowles of lime, and (3) trowels of Portland cement.
  • All mortar used for the bricklaying is a 2:1 mix, Portland and lime mixed with #2 sand aggregate.
  • Percentage/square footage of wall areas to be spot-tuckpointed, will be determined by Contractor and specified in the contract
  • Contractor is not responsible for settlement cracks and efflorescence forming on brick or mortar, due to moisture retention of the brick.