Dismas Charities has been recently working to keep their Old Louisville facilities in top condition. The organization owns several properties on the corner of Oak Street and Second Street that have recently undergone exterior work. Two houses have already been tuckpointed and a former church is now undergoing brick work. The church was not in desperate need of repair, but would need work in the future, so the group opted to stay ahead of maintenance on their historic properties.
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Who did the work? What kind of mortar did they use?
Kurt- send me an email to email@example.com and I can put you in touch with the best historical tuck-pointer in the area. DO NOT start mixing mortar yourself, the wrong compounds can crush the old brick when it sets and do some real damage!!