Expert Brick and Stone Design from Masonry Experts at Spinieo Inc.
For over 25 years, bringing professional masonry and stonework to Bucks County and Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.
Spinieo Inc. can provide decorative brick, stone or concrete projects for homes and businesses, built to last and impress.
Spinieo Inc. has been among the area experts in southeastern Pennsylvania, providing high end masonry work including decorative stone, brick and concrete projects.
Our services, suitable for both home residential projects and commercial businesses, include complete delivery and installation with a wide range of custom styles to meet your needs. All of our projects are completed with integrity, quality, and value in mind.
Some of our most popular masonry projects include:
Walkways created with Brick or Stone
Expert Driveway Paving and Design
Outdoor Kitchen Areas and Outdoor Fireplaces
Brick and Stone Foundation Reconstruction and Restoration
Brick and Stone Chimney Repair and Design
Façade Restoration and Waterproof Design
We are recognized not only for new design projects, but can also provide you with any repair work you may require. Our skilled masons can transform a deteriorating, unsafe outdoor walkway or fireplace to full functionality and safety quickly and economically. The waterproofing service we offer protects masonry chimneys from rain and water damage.
Interested in learning more about our masonry projects?
Contact us today at 215-619-9000!
Serving all of Bucks County, Montgomery County, and southeaster PA. Offices in Montgomeryville, Ardmore, Blue Bell, Buckingham, Doylestown, Huntingdon Valley, Newtown, Paoli, Southampton, Warrington, and Wayne.
Home Walkway | Before & After
This walkway redesign project helped a local resident create an amazing path leading up to their home.
Our masonry and landscaping experts used the following strategies to create this walkway:
– Replaced concrete walkway with EP Henry Old Towne Cobble |Pewter and Charcoal | Paver overlay on top of existing concrete landing | Edge stone was used to cover face of landing.