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Services

We work on commercial, industrial, institutional and residential projects. New Masonry, Masonry Alterations, Masonry Restoration, Stucco.

One Source

We are the One Source our customers need for their entire building project. Regardless of building size or scope.

Testimonials

“I would like to take a moment to express my complements to you and your organization for the examplary jobs" Lauren

About us


JYG MTZ Masonry has been in the masonry business in DFW area for over 18 years. Our masonry services include the construction of office blocks, shopping malls, industrial sites and private homes. Our masonry builders are skilled and our systems efficient. These advantages combine to produce affordable concrete, brick and stone masonry construction structures that come in on time, every time. JYG MTZ Masonry understands that quality is in the hands of the mason contractor who does the work. We choose the best, and we know we can rely on them. It would be our pleasure to meet you, and guide you on a City tour of our recent masonry construction projects. We are proud of what we have achieved, and have much to share with you.

We invite you to explore our website devoted to the masonry industry

Call us today for a free estimate 214-356-3784

Latest Works

"We are proud to display our masonry work for some of DFW'S diverse and established Institutions and Businesses"


Whataburger

We are proud to say that we have worked whit "Whataburger" for the past 8 years in the Texas area.

Starbucks

We are proud to say that we have worked whit "Starbucks" for the past 4 years in the Texas area.

Chase

We are proud to say that we have worked whit "JP Chase" for the past 12 years in the Texas area.

Portfolio

Our services include: Caulking, E.I.F.S., Masonry Alterations, Masonry Restoration, New Masonry and Stucco-

    Whataburger

    For the past 8 years we have evolved with the company and worked with the new design around the DFW area. (Euless TX)

    Startbucks

    For the past 4 years we have worked with Startbucks all the masonry and stucco work around the DFW area. (Hurst TX)

    Buckner Village Center

    We work on commercial projects for over 18 years here is a example of a shopping center. Masonry and Stucco. (Dallas TX)

    American National Bank

    For the past 6 years we have worked with the company doing masonry work around the DFW area. (Hurst TX)

    Chase Bank

    For the past 12 years we have worked with the jp chase morgan banks doing masonry work around the DFW area. (Arlington TX )

    Comerica Bank

    For the past 15 years we have worked with the comerica banks doing masonry work around the DFW area and Texas. (Fort Worth TX)

    These are just some of our builds that we have done this year we have done hundreds of jobs during the years. We guarantee your satisfaction. Call us today we look forward speaking with you about your next project.

    Juan Martinez (CEO)

    Juan Martinez has been in the business for over 20 years after some time of working for a construction company decided to merge his ideas and anvitions to make this company started out with 4 workers now the company has over 35 employs and keeps growing.

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Masonry & Construction Services

We work on commercial, industrial, institutional and residential projects

Masonry Services

Masonry is the building of structures from individual units laid in and bound together by mortar; the term masonry can also refer to the units themselves. The common materials of masonry construction are brick, stone, marble, granite, travertine, limestone; concrete block, glass block, stucco, and tile. Masonry is generally a highly durable form of construction. However, the materials used, the quality of the mortar and workmanship, and the pattern in which the units are assembled can significantly affect the durability of the overall masonry construction.

Masonry

The use of materials such as brick and stone can increase the thermal mass of a building. Brick typically will not require painting and so can provide a structure with reduced life-cycle costs. Masonry is very heat resistant and thus provides good fire protection. Masonry walls are more resistant to projectiles, such as debris from hurricanes tornadoes. Masonry structures built in compression preferably with lime mortar can have a useful life of more than 500 years as compared to 30 to 100 for structures of steel or reinforced concrete.

New masonry

  • Block Masonry
  • Brick Masonry
  • Cut Limestone Masonry
  • Natural Stone Masonry
  • Synthetic Stone
  • Waterproofing

Masonry alteration

  • Demolition
  • Interior Partition Walls
  • Masonry Infilling
  • Masonry Openings

Masonry restoration

  • Chemical Cleaning
  • Chimney Rebuilding
  • Lintel Replacement
  • Sandblasting
  • Terra Cotta Repairs
  • Tuckpointing

Stucco Services

Stucco or render is a material made of an aggregate, a binder, and water. Stucco is applied wet and hardens to a very dense solid. It is used as a coating for walls and ceilings and for decoration. Stucco may be used to cover less visually appealing construction materials such as concrete, cinder block, or clay brick and adobe.

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Traditional stucco is made of lime, sand, and water. Modern stucco is made of Portland cement, sand, and water. Lime is added to increase the permeability and workability of modern stucco. Sometimes additives such as acrylics and glass fibers are added to improve the structural properties of the plaster. This is usually done with what is considered a one-coat stucco system, as opposed to the traditional three-coat method.

History Of Masonry

Welcome to the world of masonry and our company

This is a unique and exciting division of construction

  • Posted by: Admin
  • July 2013

Masonry began spontaneously in the creation of low walls from stone or pieces of caked mud from dried puddles. Mortar was originally mud smeared into the rising wall to lend stability and weather tight seal. Where stone lay readily at hand, it was preferred to bricks; where stone was unavailable, bricks were made from local clay and silts. Change came with the passing millennia. People learned to quarry, cut and hand chisel stone with increasing precision. Fires built against mud brick walls brought knowledge of the advantages of burned brick, leading the invention of the brick kiln. Masons learned the art of turning limestone into lime, and lime mortar gradually replaced mud. By the fourth millennium BC, the peoples of Mesopotamia were building palaces and temples of stone and sun-dried brick.

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In the third millennium, the Egyptians erected the first of their stone temples and pyramids. In the last centuries before the birth of Christ, the Greeks perfected their temples of limestone and marble. When control of Western Civilization passed to Romans, they made the first large-scale use of masonry arches and roof vaults in their basilicas, baths, palaces, and aqueducts. Medieval civilizations in both Europe and the Islamic world brought masonry vaulting to a very high and sophisticated plane of development. The Islamic craftsmen built magnificent palaces, markets and mosques of brick and often incorporated glazed clay tiles. The Europeans focused their energies toward fortresses and cathedrals of stone, culminating in the pointed vaults and flying buttresses of the great Gothic churches.

In the third millennium, the Egyptians erected the first of their stone temples and pyramids. In the last centuries before the birth of Christ, the Greeks perfected their temples of limestone and marble. When control of Western Civilization passed to Romans, they made the first large-scale use of masonry arches and roof vaults in their basilicas, baths, palaces, and aqueducts. Medieval civilizations in both Europe and the Islamic world brought masonry vaulting to a very high and sophisticated plane of development. The Islamic craftsmen built magnificent palaces, markets and mosques of brick and often incorporated glazed clay tiles. The Europeans focused their energies toward fortresses and cathedrals of stone, culminating in the pointed vaults and flying buttresses of the great Gothic churches.

In the third millennium, the Egyptians erected the first of their stone temples and pyramids. In the last centuries before the birth of Christ, the Greeks perfected their temples of limestone and marble. When control of Western Civilization passed to Romans, they made the first large-scale use of masonry arches and roof vaults in their basilicas, baths, palaces, and aqueducts. Medieval civilizations in both Europe and the Islamic world brought masonry vaulting to a very high and sophisticated plane of development. The Islamic craftsmen built magnificent palaces, markets and mosques of brick and often incorporated glazed clay tiles. The Europeans focused their energies toward fortresses and cathedrals of stone, culminating in the pointed vaults and flying buttresses of the great Gothic churches.

Over the twentieth-century, there have been many contributions to masonry construction. These include the development of techniques for steel reinforced masonry, high-strength mortars, masonry units (both bricks and concrete masonry units) that are higher in structural strength and masonry units of many types that reduce the amount of labor required for masonry construction. As we enter the 21st century, masonry remains popular. Masonry is the choice of many architects, developers and homeowners because of its beauty, durability and endless possibilities.

A Fundamentals of Building Construction 2nd Edition by Edward Allen

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