Tuck Repointing

Tuck Repointing

The tuck joint was devised in the late 17th / early 18th century as an illusion created to disguise the irregularities of bricks. By colouring the joints the same as the bricks and then forming a thin lime putty join (‘the tuck’) to create accurately gauged brickwork.
 
This joint was predominantly carried out in the UK, having said that there is evidence of the english tuck joint being carried out in Ireland. Victoria House being one example. This style of joint has been carried out widespread in Ireland where in a lot of cases it should have been an Irish wigged joint instead.
 
Please find some examples of Tuck pointing work we have carried out in the pictures above.
 
Projects
  • Victoria House, Victoria Quay (Guinness HQ)
  • 16 Leeson Park

 

 

Flush Repointing

Chimney Repairs

Specialist Cleaning

Tuck Repointing

Stone Work

Paint Removal

Wigging Repointing

Lime Plastering

Abrasive Cleaning

Brick Terracotta

Structural Repairs

Case Studies

Nolans Group

Conservation & Property Services

The Nolans Group

Unit 408 L Grants Park
Greenogue Business Park Rathcoole

Co. Dublin

01 401 8500

01 401 8501

E: info@nolansgroup.ie