Blackstone Landscaping

SE Michigan's Premier Landscaping
& Snow Removal Experts

“Where quality is always in season.”

Get Your Free Estimate:
(248) 939-3600

SE Michigan's Premier Landscaping
& Snow Removal Experts

“Where quality is always in season.”

Get Your Free Estimate:
(248) 939-3600

Patio Pavers Northville

A Top SE Michigan Landscaping Maintenance Team in Northville Committed to Making Your Vision a Reality

Landscaping Contractors Near Me

At Blackstone Landscaping, Inc., we offer a complete range of landscape design, hardscaping, and landscape maintenance services in Northville for creating and preserving your perfect property.

From the moment you call, you’ll see that we’re committed to providing exceptional service. As a local, family-owned business that’s been serving Southeast Michigan for nearly fifteen years, it’s important to us that we keep our community beautiful.
At Blackstone Landscaping, Inc, we understand the importance of landscaping maintenance when it comes to your outdoor living spaces. From classic designs to modern and contemporary styles, our team of professionals can help you create the perfect look for your outdoor space. Our team of experienced landscapers will work with you every step of the way to ensure that your backyard meets your exact needs and specifications. When it comes to landscaping maintenance, Blackstone Landscaping, Inc is the name you can trust. We take pride in our commitment to excellence.

Our experienced team provides a full range of landscaping services:

Concrete Brick Repair....No Job Is Too Small

We can help!
We specialize in a variety of concrete repair and other masonry services such as:
We at Blackstone Landscaping, Inc. specialize in brick repair and concrete repair near you in Northville, MI, and the surrounding areas. Whether it is a small crack in a driveway, a crumbling retaining wall, or an entire landscape project, we have the experience and expertise to get the job done.
We offer cost-effective repair and proactive maintenance of your brick and concrete features so that you can avoid larger, more costly issues down the line. Our team of experts will be happy to assess your project and provide you with the best possible solution to ensure the highest quality of brick repair.
We will provide you with an estimate and timeline for completion so that you can plan accordingly. Contact us today to schedule a free consultation, and let us show you why Blackstone Landscaping, Inc. is the Southeast Michigan leader in brick and concrete repair.
Contact us today to schedule your free consultation and estimate. We guarantee you’ll be happy you did!


If mortar gets wet before it cures, it will become weak and prone to cracking and crumbling. This can cause the bricks to become loose and eventually lead to damage. It is important to ensure that mortar is not exposed to rain or moisture until it has completely cured.
Repairing damaged brick mortar requires removing the old mortar and cleaning the area before installing fresh mortar. To remove old mortar, use a hammer and chisel or a power grinder with a masonry blade. Once the area has been cleared, mix up a batch of mortar to the proper consistency and apply it between the bricks using a trowel. Once the mortar is in place, use a pointing tool to shape the mortar joints and a damp sponge to smooth the surface. Allow the mortar to dry before applying sealer or paint.
The process of repairing missing mortar between bricks is a fairly simple one. The first step is to remove any existing damaged or missing mortar from the area. This can be done with a chisel, mallet, and/or a masonry saw. Once the existing mortar is removed, the area should be cleaned out and any debris removed. Next, a bonding agent is applied to the area to ensure proper adhesion of the new mortar. This also helps to prevent future water damage. The next step is to mix and apply the new mortar. Mortar should be mixed to the manufacturer’s instructions and should be applied in layers of no more than ½ inch thick. Once the mortar is dry, it should be pointed using a trowel and a pointing tool. This process involves pressing the mortar into the joint and smoothing it out. Finally, the area should be sealed with a water-resistant sealant to protect it from further damage and to help keep the mortar in place.

Thank you for taking the time to get to know us better! We hope to be working on your project soon. Contact us today to schedule your free in-home landscape design consultation!

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