Masonry Contractor - Livonia, MI
I am a second generation brick mason and I learned the trades from my father. I have 19 years experience. I take pride in the work that I do and in being an honest contractor that does a good job at a very competitive price. I do brick, block, stone, and cultured stone. I do chimney repairs, porches, additions, tuck pointing, as well as brick pavers and small- to medium-sized concrete jobs like sidewalks and driveway repairs. I also do bathroom and kitchen tile on floors and walls such as shower surrounds and backsplashes. I do bathroom remodels as well.
Ryan is top notch, I had a ash clean out they came and bricked and patched up, it had a secondary leak and Ryan went above and beyond to communicate with me regarding the repair, make a second trip out there with priority as I was closing on the sale of my house. Highly suggest Brick Craft for their work, communication and over all dealings.
Not much I can say other than Brick Craft did a fabulous job on my fireplace remodel. Ryan came out to my house to give me a quote within a few days, beat other competitors on the price and completed the job when I needed it done. He was very professional, skilled at his trade and had great ideas to add to the ones I suggested. I would highly recommend Brick Craft and will hire him again in the future.
Ryan (and his hard-working assistant) built gorgeous stone retaining walls for us during some bitterly cold weather in December. They were prompt, courteous, industrious and resourceful. Ryan made sure he understood what we were asking for and then delivered! We are completely satisfied.
Among those we interviewed, Ryan Lang was best suited to do the vertical stone fascia home exterior job we wanted done. He doesn't "Send a Crew", he and his 1 assistant do all the work. With his 20 years of experience, he selected, cut if necessary, and laid each stone with his own hands - all 800 square feet of it and the porch. He and Josh worked every day they could, usually sunup to sundown. Ryan is very particular about his work - no shortcuts! He consulted us regularly, and adjusted to "surprises and moving targets" very nicely. We are EXTREMELY PLEASED at the stone transformation of our house. Bold but Clean. Artistic. He actually laid a slanted stone pattern on the outside wall of a protruding ROUND shower. Ryan's proposal was very competitive - maybe slightly higher than others (if you could find someone that had the experience to do this kind of job), but his work is in a DIFFERENT LEAGUE. DO include Ryan in you contractor evaluation. You'll be glad you did. Keith Gallagher
Livonia, MI 48154
|Big Walk In Shower
6 foot by 4.5 foot walk in shower with two shower heads, corner bench, and three built in shelves.
|University Bank pavers
Prior to renovating their front entrance I installed this walkway to go around to the back. Matched the existing paver work pretty well.
Ann Arbor, MI
This drab brick fireplace didn't match all the updates this couple was doing to their house. We put on a new mantle and hearth and installed stone veneer all the way up to the eleven foot ceiling. Really changed the look of the whole room.
Ann Arbor, MI
We removed her existing mantel and installed a stone mantel. Completely finished the look.
|Walk in shower in Ann Arbor
Big walk in shower. No door just a glass pane on top of the half wall. Classic subway tile design.
Ann Arbor, MI
Sandy had a few hundred square feet of cultured stone in her driveway that another mason was two months behind on installing. I got it done for her i n time to put her house on the market before winter.
St Clair Shores, MI
We gutted the bathroom completely. The only thing we saved was the toilet. New whirlpool tub, new vanity, new medicine cabinet, all new plumbing throughout. The tile design was his idea, and contributed significantly to the cost, but it turned out exactly as he wanted it to. The before and during photos were lost but the completed project photos look great.
|Farmington, MI porch capped with pavers
Existing concrete cap was covered with one inch thick pavers set in portland cement and grouted with mortar, then washed and sealed.
The existing porch was removed and the footing was expanding to accommodate the new porch design. The block foundation was built, then the brick walls. the concrete cap was poured inside the top rowlock course for a more streamlined looked without an overhang. The design was a trial and error collaborative effort between Karen and myself until I was able to produce an image that recreated what was in her head.