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Repointing Mortars


We apply our knowledge and experience to produce quality bedding and pointing mortar in several classes, by binder formulation, for different applications. All US Heritage mortar products can be ordered as standard materials which can be color matched or they can be ordered custom matched based on results a mortar analysis and match.  [Learn More | View Documents]

Heritage Prepared Lime Putty Mortar – Type L

This restoration mortar formulation contains no Portland cement which restricts necessary wall expansion and contraction. Our lime putty mortar permits the wall to expand and contract without causing the cracking and spalling that is often seen when a modern high-strength mortar is installed in a historic structure. [Learn More | View Documents]

Heritage Hydraulic Lime Mortar NHL 3.5

Natural hydraulic lime is a traditional building material that was widely used in Europe prior to the development of portland cement. Moderately hydraulic lime (NHL 3.5) is recommended for most historic structure elements that are exposed to extreme freeze-thaw activity and/or high moisture levels. All-natural, flexible and permeable, natural hydraulic lime is an excellent choice for strawbale construction and other natural building projects.
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Hydrated Lime & Portland – Type N

Type N mortar is a formulation that has been widely used by craftsmen and specified by architects during the twentieth century. [Learn More | View Documents]


Plaster & Stucco


Heritage Natural Hydraulic Lime Plaster is ideal for creating beautiful interior finishes in new construction as well as historic masonry, especially where exposed to high moisture levels or extreme conditions.

Heritage Hydraulic Lime Stucco/Plaster

This product is a traditional material made from 100% all-natural ingredients, and it is breathable and flexible. Hydraulic lime is distinguished from non-hydraulic lime by its ability to cure in damp/wet conditions. [Learn More | View Documents]


Stone & Terra Cotta


Heritage Limestone Repair Mortar (HL60)

Natural repair mortar specifically formulated for the patching and restoration of limestone. Designed to decrease significantly the time required to complete stone repairs, HL60 can be ready for sculpting in 3 hours at room temperature. [Learn More | View Documents]

Sandstone HS60

Natural repair mortar specifically formulated for the patching and restoration of sandstone. [Learn More | View Documents]

Terra Cotta Brick (TB15)

Natural repair mortar specifically formulated for the patching and restoration of terra cotta and brick. [Learn More | View Documents]

Granite and Bluestone (GB15)

Natural repair mortar specifically formulated for the patching and restoration of granite and bluestone in heavy traffic areas, window sills, steps and surface areas. GB15 can be featheredged, to repair small chips and spalls. [Learn More | View Documents]

Marble & Travertine (MT15)

Natural repair mortar specifically formulated for the patching and restoration of marble and travertine in traffic areas, window sills and steps. [Learn More | View Documents]

Dispersed Hydrated Lime Injection Mortar

Imported from Germany, DHL-IM is free-flowing, deep penetrating, and has excellent bond strength. It is specially formulated for injection into cracks using a syringe, and it is notable for its workability, low degree of shrinkage, and strong adhesive capabilities. [Learn More | View Documents]

IG10 Injection Repair Mortar (IG10)

A cement based, high performance, injection grout designed to stabilize and repair historic masonry and concrete. [Learn More | View Documents]


Limewash


Limewash is a traditional material that has been used for thousands of years. Unlike modern paints, which lay on the surface of the substrate, limewash instead acts like a stain by penetrating deep into the pores of the underlying material. This process creates a peel-free, breathable surface, and the limewash remains vapor permeable after it cures. [Learn More | View Documents]

Old World European Limewash

 


Binders


We slake our non-hydraulic, high calcium lime putty onsite using fresh quicklime. Our Standard Slaked Lime Putty is screened and aged for a minimum of three months, making it suitable for fine plaster work, brickwork and stone rubble work. [Learn More | View Documents]

Lime Putty

We slake our non-hydraulic, high calcium lime putty onsite using fresh quicklime. Our Standard Slaked Lime Putty is screened and aged for a minimum of three months, making it suitable for fine plaster work, brickwork and stone rubble work.

Natural Hydraulic Lime

Natural hydraulic lime is a traditional building material that was widely used prior to the development of portland cement. This moderately hydraulic lime is recommended for historic structures that are exposed to extreme conditions and/or high moisture levels.