Exceptional Quality for Masonry & Paving
Projects throughout Nassau & Suffolk, Long Island
N.Y. State Approved Aggregates
As a homeowner, you should understand the difference between “RCA” (Recycled Concrete Aggregate) and “R-mix-RCA”. “RCA” is 95% concrete, and the preferred material used as a base beneath paving stones and bricks. State-approved RCA provides excellent drainage, compaction and resistance to settling. However, “R-mix-RCA” is a mix composed of dirt, clay, brick, asphalt and less than 50% concrete. This “mix” is a way for recycling plants to dispose of poor quality aggregates. R-mix-RCA is extremely low in cost and is prone to settling, buckling, water retention and unsightly weed growth between joints.
Flawless Masonry installs only State-approved RCA composed of at least 95% concrete.
Flawless Masonry is licensed and insured in Suffolk County, Nassau County and the five boroughs. We carry high-limit liability insurance up to $2mm. In addition, we carry workman’s compensation insurance which covers any employee, should they become injured on your property. Copies of both certificates are provided at the time of estimate.
Trucks & Equipment
Flawless Masonry owns and operates it’s own trucks and equipment. This ensures proper treatment of streets and property, on or near the job-site. We remove fill and deliver aggregate needed the same day. While most companies use smaller aggregate plate compactors, Flawless’ compactors are large asphalt steam-rollers and heavy-duty power plate compactors.
Devin Faello, President & Owner of Flawless Masonry, is closely involved on every project. From work with our designers to the installation staff, all phases of the project are closely monitored and evaluated to ensure outstanding quality.
Brick-work & Paving Stone Guarantee
All paving, stone and brick-work is guaranteed for five years against any craftsmanship defects including settling. All of our paving stone brands provide a lifetime warranty against any defect in the material.
Utility mark-outs are completed prior to construction and installations to identify the location of all cable, electric, gas and sewage lines.