performs masonry related work.
Services Performed:
  • Repointing of partial facade
  • Repairing and patching of terra cotta
  • Repairing, patching, and painting of concrete
  • Painting of plaster and non-masonry facade
  • Painting (Faux) as needed
  • Steel Window Restoration, Repair, Glass replacement, Repaint.
Building Address: 110 West 11th Street
City: Los Angeles
Date Serviced: Sep-15
Products Used:
  • Perm-A-Barrier Weather Barrier System
  • Sikaflex 1A
  • La Habra Stucco Perma Finis
  • Dunn Edwards Acrylic Paint

Everything is within arm's reach in this centrally located, Los Angeles commercial space at Harris Building, an 8-story building located in Los Angeles' Downtown.
Built in 1923 this building is constructed of bricks with an applied masonry façade system.  The architectural style is Beaux-Arts / Historism.
The property features large windows with great views, Board form concrete ceilings, exposed brick, and polished concrete floors in an exciting up and coming part of Downtown LA.

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