Yoshi, my Border-Collie and Lab mix, five years old,
is a rescue dog and follows me everywhere that he is allowed.
John: an experienced Mason:
Starting in Montreal years ago we've learned both the theory and practice of masonry. We've worked with a wide range of masonry materials and situations.
In the wintry off-season from masonry we've learned about the rest of a home's construction and alot of the Building code, a complementary education that better serves our clients.
Indeed there have been advances in masonry since John first joined an older mason to learn the trade. Reading books about older homes and methods, the latest textbooks and articles in the field's Canadian and American publications, annual supplier seminars, Merkley U., and relationships with peers, suppliers and building code officials, help John keep up-to-date.
Please call upon us. We'll use the right materials properly, keep the area clean, approach it safely, and aim to meet or exceed your expectations.
John has done a lot of volunteer work in Ottawa.
John renews his qualifications annually in Advanced First Aid training and is a volunteer member of the Canadian Ski Patrol, based at Nakkertok Nordic Ski Centre.
In advance, thank you for the opportunity to become your mason!
Here, in the Mutianyu section of the Great Wall of China, during April 2016, John did masonry repair with Chinese masons on the Great Wall.
John volunteers with the Canadian Ski Patrol.
Morning exercise in the rock pile?