Old Pueblo Masonry has successfully served the Tucson area since 1992, and we have survived the economy down turn! We are a stable company, and will be around in the future to help out homeowners who are looking to beautify their homes. We are a company built on providing a quality block wall that is affordable, and we do it in a professional atmosphere. We at Old Pueblo Masonry want you the customer to be proud of the investment you have made in your property. Old Pueblo Masonry is your residential masonry specialits including fence block, slump block, brick pavers (clay & CMU), flagstone, outdoor fireplaces, and BBQ's. Old Pueblo Masonry is a family orientated masonry company. We specialize in residential work primarily for homeowners. Since we are homeowners ourselves, we understand the importance of your decision as well quality, reliability, and value is when investing in our homes. We also want you to make an informed decision about the block wall project you'll be doing. Call Old Pueblo Masonry today at 749-0506 or 749-5527 for the opportunity to assist you and for your FREE estimate.
A quality licensed contractor will carry insurance to protect himself, his employees and his customers. Workers' Compensation Insurance covers employee injuries. Business liability insurance ensures that the homeowner in sot affected by work related claims. Unlicensed people rarely cary insurance, which can put the liability on the homeowner.
A bond insures that money is set aside to protect the consumer in the event of problems with the contractor's work.
Old Pueblo Consumer Tip.
If you have a problem with someone who has done work for you, (licensed or unlicensed), of if you want to check on a contractor's credentials, contact the Registrar of Contractors at 628-6345. Don't take the chance of investing in a person that you may not be able to find after the wall is built. Arizona statutes allow for individuals to perform minor repairs or installations with out a license ONLY IF the work does not require a local building permit, AND the total cost of the project including labor, tools, and materials does not exceed $700.00. Anyone who is licensed in Arizona and advertises anywhere, MUST include their ROC # in the advertising. If they are NOT licensed, then the advertisement must say "not a licensed contractor". Remember that all fencing (wood or wire) is considered a temporary structure by appraisers and does NOT add to the value of your home. A masonry wall is a permanent addition to your home, which will increase its value immediately, and give you a return on your investment. Don't go for a poor imitation; get the real thing! Our block supplier here in Tucson is Central Arizona block CABCOAZ.COM located at 6030 S. Mann Ave. 520 514-1177
OTHER PEOPLE CHARGE LESS, BUT THEY KNOW WHAT THEY'RE WORTH!
Old Pueblo Masonry is licensed, bonded, and insured. A masonry license indicates that the state has certified the contractor as qualified to build masonry walls. A license also makes the contractor responsible to the Arizona Registrar of Contractors for the quality of their work. You may not be able to find an unlicensed person after the construction of your wall, but you can always contact a licensed contractor through the Registrar at 628-6345. One phone call to the Registrar will also tell you if your contractor has a current license or any complaints. We encourage you to contact them, as well as the Better Business Bureau at 888-5353.
References. Satisfied customers are a good indication of a company's qualifications and reliability. Old Pueblo Masonry can provide addresses in your zip code of completed jobs and previous customers at your request. We also have pictures of the beautiful projects we have completed with us at the time of your estimate, so please ask to see them. The masonry business is very competitive. This ensures you, the consumer, the best possible prices. However, not all companies are created equally. In fact, some companies that build walls are not masonry companies at all. According to the Registrar of Contractors, landscapers, and wooden fence companies are also "allowed" to build masonry walls, but only certain types of walls. These companies do not necessarily have a masonry license and may not have the same qualifications as a masonry specialist (even companies with "masonry" in their names may not have a masonry license). There are many building codes and zoning requirements that pertain to patio walls, which your wall company needs to be familiar with. Old Pueblo Masonry engineering specs. on file with the City of Tucson and Pima County.
WE PUT YOU FIRST!
The bitter taste of the poor quality is remembered long after the sweet taste of a cheap price is forgotten.
Contact us today 520 749-0506
8987 E. Tanque Verde Rd. #309
Tucson, AZ. 85749
Visa and Mastercard accepted.