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ABBOT OFFERS ECONOMICAL MULTI-PHASE PROJECT OPTION

Optimize Your Cash Flow

Abbot provides an option for an owner or decision manager to phase a project over multiple time periods while deferring the overall expense. If this provision is written into a contract, Abbot will hold its prices throughout the entire length of the contract.

Commercial Masonry Boston

Masonry

Abbot Building specializes in the construction, restoration, and maintenance of all masonry applications.
Weatherproofing Boston

Weatherproofing

Protect your structure with our professional caulking, pointing, waterproofing, and special coating services.
Commercial Roofing Boston

Roofing

We have extensive experience in inspection, repair, replacement, and resurfacing of commercial roofing systems.

Recent Projects

Our projects include Institutional, Commercial, Condominiums and Apartments.

Recent Blog Posts

April 18, 2017

Repointing is the process of renewing mortar joints in masonry construction. Over time, weathering and decay may cause voids in the mortar joints between brick masonry units, allowing the undesirable ingress of water.

April 3, 2017

Brick pavers are commonly used as an alternative to plain concrete or asphalt in a variety of exterior hardscaping applications, including walkways, patios, and driveways.

March 15, 2017

All building materials change in volume due to internal or external movement.  When the movement gets blocked, cracking can often occur and lead to water infiltration, efflorescence, unit failure, interior deterioration, or mold generation. Movement joints must be part of the building design to avoid cracks in masonry walls.

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