Middletown Township, Monmouth County, New Jersey, masonry repairs, decorative walling, and stucco installs. Call Marshalls Paving and Masonry in Middletown Township, Monmouth County, if you need an experienced and qualified masonry contractor. On properties in Middletown Township, we specialize in masonry restorations, brick walling construction, decorative walling, and stucco installations.
Middletown Township, Monmouth County Masonry Contractors
Choosing the appropriate masonry firm in Middletown Township, New Jersey for your walling or masonry work can make a major difference in how long it lasts and how long it lasts. When Marshalls Paving and Stonework is called to provide an estimate, we’ll go over the many options for repairing or replacing your masonry with you. To ensure that our masonry installations and repairs meet industry standards, we only utilize high-quality masonry products.
After evaluating your Masonry Contractors needs in Middletown Township, we’ll discuss if it’s possible to repair your walling or masonry, and if not, we’ll give solutions for replacing your walling, masonry, or stucco.
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Monmouth County is a county located on the coast of central New Jersey, in the United States within the New York metropolitan area, situated along the northern half of the Jersey Shore. As of the 2020 United States Census, Monmouth County’s population was enumerated at 643,615, making it the state’s fifth-most populous county, representing an increase of 13,245 (2.1%) from the 2010 Census, when the population was counted to be 630,380, in turn an increase of 15,079 from 615,301 at the 2000 Census. As of 2010, the county fell to the fifth-most populous county in the state, having been surpassed by Hudson County. Monmouth County’s geographic area comprises 30% water, with a trend toward more expensive homes being constructed along the Shore, bringing rapid gentrification to the county overall.