Robert Fountain Its All About the Fire. Making Evenings Unforgettable.

Kansas City Masonry is that company.  Our collection comprises of Custom fire pits varying from stone to stainless steel fire pits and square to eclipse fire pit. Patio fire pit styles are also available to choose from. The best Natural Gas Outdoor Fireplaces & Fire Pits. Outdoor natural gas fire pits are a great way to add warmth and a focal pointContinue Reading

Feeling incomplete because of missing stones or bricks? Troubled by bowing or bulging walls? Plagued by mortar joints or vertical corner cracks? The answer is to hire an experienced, reputable and smart Kansas City masonry company. But the answer is two-fold and the second part of the answer is to makeContinue Reading

There is nothing freer than chalk, the slightest touch of which leaves its trace. Masonry, which includes stone, brick, terracotta, and  block, is found in some capacity on almost all historic buildings and many historic homes. Although customarily considered steadfast, masonry is subject to deterioration, especially at the mortar joints.Continue Reading

Historical Kansas City homes are classified as homes which were built more than 100 years ago. They were erected with stone foundations. These foundations were generally substantial; at least 18″ thick. Being much more sound than all other building materials and methods, stone masonry was the steadfast cornerstone in constructionContinue Reading

washinton The Art of Masonry, or the Craft.

The Masons Co and Dionysian Artificers of Kansas City has provided historic preservation consulting, masonry repair, masonry maintenance, Kansas City Brick repair, stone repair, tuckpointing, repointing, mortar matching.

oil corn The Masons Trade Unions. Corn, Wine, Oil.

The Masons Trade Unions. Corn, Wine, Oil.

Lime mortar is a type of mortar composed of lime and an aggregate such as sand, mixed with water. It is one of the oldest known types of mortar, dating back to the 4th century BC and widely used in Ancient Rome and Greece, when it largely replaced the clayContinue Reading