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About Us

Freedom Restoration is a Maryland-based construction and restoration company.

Specializing in masonry, concrete and other forms of facility renovation and structural repair, we are available 24-hours a day as a reliable resource in the event of any emergency. No other contractor in the area will respond more quickly, follow through more accurately, or treat you more professionally.

Why Freedom Restoration?

We recruit the best construction and restoration specialists with the best equipment.

We did this with one purpose in mind: To make your job easier and get your tasks professionally done... quicker! We can help you keep your properties looking great month after month, year in and year out. The appearance and physical condition of your property say a lot about your business. Whether it’s a building and its premises, the parking lot, or any other structure, nothing projects that image of prestige and stability like a well-maintained, good-looking facility. We can help make your premises safe and welcoming to your customers, maintain the efficiency of your facility, protect your assets from lasting damage, and fix any wear and tear before they become irreparable. Are you the best at your construction or restoration trade? Contact us. We're hiring.

Freedom Restoration Services

Asphalt
Block Repair
Brick Repair
Caulking
Coating
Core Drilling
Crack Chasing
Doors
Drains
Expansion Joints

Flooring
Garage
Glass
Graffiti Removal
Leak Investigation
Mason Repairs
Pavers
Power Washing
Project Management
Railings
Sandblasting

Sealing
Snow Removal
Spall Repair
Structural Restoration
Thermal Imaging Inspections
Trench Drains
Tuckpointing
Welding
Waterproofing
Unknown & Hard to Solve Problems

  • Caulking: In construction, caulking refers to the process of filling or closing up joints and gaps in the basic structure to provide heat insulation, fire-stopping, water control, and noise reduction. Part of the maintenance of a property consists of yearly checks to determine if cracks or gaps have appeared in both interior and exterior areas.  Repairing and sealing these gaps will go a long way not only towards saving on your energy bills but also in preventing major damage that may require more costly repairs in the future.
  • Chemical grout injection: Chemical grouts are water reacted or chemically reacted materials, that are designed to shut down active water leaks, stabilize soils, and slabs in various structures. Injection of cracks in concrete structures has been performed using chemical grouts for over 40 years. These materials react with water so draining the tanks is not required. The Chemical grouts used for crack injection are a flexible material which allows the cracks to maintain movement.
  • Concrete: Used widely in most construction projects, concrete is a heavy, rough building material made from a mixture of broken stone or gravel, sand, cement, and water, that can be spread or poured into molds and that forms a mass resembling stone on hardening.
  • Core drilling: Core drilling is the process of making precise circular cuts into different surfaces to make smooth openings for a variety of applications. In construction, core drilling is commonly used to create openings for utility purposes – such as the laying of pipes, installation of electrical wires, and for fitting in the heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning vents.  Other uses include creating openings for fiber optics, telephone lines, and computer lines.
  • Doors, frames, hardware
  • Drains: In construction, the civil engineer or site engineer is responsible for drainage. Homeowners and building owners are responsible for drains up to their property line.  They are also responsible for private sewers connected to a private pumping station and treatment facility, or those that carry water directly to a watercourse or into the ground.
  • Expansion joints: Expansion joints are designed to relieve the stresses exerted on these structures by outside forces.  They are utilized in many different areas of construction to safely cushion the movements of various construction materials, absorb vibrations, hold certain parts together, and allow movement in a controlled manner. When the joints have grown wide or have pulled away from adjoining structures or developed cracks, they should be repaired to prevent the spread of damage to the rest of the concrete or adjoining structures.
  • Glass: Architectural glass used as a construction material – is most typically found in transparent glazing for building exteriors. There are many different “types” of glass used in the construction of buildings and many different types of ways to clean, maintain, and repair to extend life and integrity. Heat-strengthened glass can be used in any security instances.
  • Graffiti removal: Incorrect methods of graffiti removal can leave surfaces looking worse than before restoration. Freedom Restoration is equipped to remove graffiti properly and also timely as it is sometimes a situation that comes up unexpectedly.
  • Leak investigation and repair: When pipes begin to fail, they do so slowly beginning with leaks at poor construction joints, corrosion points, and small structural material cracks, and gradually progress to a catastrophic ending. This disastrous failure can be expensive in terms of both dollars and lives, but planned maintenance can extend the life of almost all types of pipelines almost indefinitely and disastrous scenarios can be avoided.
  • Masonry repair: Masonry is resistant to fire, earthquakes, and sound.  Most masonry structures can withstand the normal wear and tear of time. Common masonry repairs include fixing cracking, structural damage, leaning structures, leaks and stains, chimney problems, and concrete damage. Many historic buildings need repair and maintenance to preserve the beauty and heritage value.
  • Metal fabrication and repairs: Our services include fabrication and repair of piping, stands, tanks, and other metal items.
  • Painting
  • Pavers: Concrete pavements are very low maintenance and provide an attractive paved surface for decades.  However, as is common to all surfaces, pavers can be exposed to dirt, stains, and wear underfoot and vehicular traffic. Care and maintenance of pavers include removal of stains and cleaning, plus joint stabilization or sealing if required.  Stains on specific areas should be removed first.  A cleaner should then be used to remove any efflorescence and dirt from the entire pavement.  This can be an opportune time to apply joint sand stabilizers or seal the newly cleaned pavement.
  • Pressure washing: Over time, buildings, vehicles, concrete walls, parking lots, and other surfaces will become dulled and tarnished by dust, grime, soot, mold, dirt, mud, graffiti and loosened paint. Pressure washing can clean these surfaces with high-pressure water and also prepare a surface for sealant or repair.
  • Railings
  • Roof repairs
  • Rout and seal
  • Sandblasting: Sandblasting is an abrasive method of removing surface matter, usually paint, by using the pressure of fine grains of sand traveling at high speed. Mainly used for cleaning large surfaces.
  • Spall repair: Concrete surfaces have two layers: smooth and rocky.  The smooth outer layer is the visible part of the concrete and the most fragile.  When this layer becomes chipped, scaled or flaked, this is called spalling. The best time to address spalling is when concrete is first poured.  Steps should be taken to prevent spalling in the first place. If signs of deterioration are spotted in concrete installation, act quickly to address them.  The longer concrete is allowed to crack, pit, chip, and flake, the higher the risk of serious damage.
  • Structural restoration: The process of the renewal and refurbishment of the fabric of a building. Includes any leaning of the interior or exterior of a building –to the rebuilding of damaged or derelict buildings, such as the restoration.
  • Waterproofing: In construction, a building or structure is waterproofed with the use of membranes and coatings to protect contents underneath or within as well as protecting structural integrity.  Basements, decks, roofs, wet areas like bathrooms, and other structures are often waterproof as a matter, of course, to protect them from damage. Drainage systems can also be installed to remove water pressure against parts of a property.
  • Welding: The process of permanently joining two parts by fusing them together using heat and pressure. Welding can be used to repair and also join sheet metal parts. The quality of a weld can be tested to verify they are free of defects, have acceptable levels of distortion and stress, and have acceptable heat-affected zones.
  • Block Repair: Concrete, cement, or cinder blocks are used in virtually every aspect of construction. In spite of its reputation as a durable, low-maintenance building material, these blocks can deteriorate due to weathering or other conditions. Changes in temperature, weather, and settling of the foundation can all cause structural cracks in the blocks. We can weatherproof and clean blocks as well as repair any cracks and reapply sealant when needed.
  • Brick Repair: Brick has been regarded as one of the most enduring building materials ever crafted. Used for both structure and aesthetic, brickwork’s durability results from the intense heat rendered during the manufacturing process. The settling of a structure, excessive moisture, thermal expansion, and steel expansion are some causes for brick repair service. Cleaning and maintenance start during construction. Cleaning is one of the most overlooked aspects of maintenance and selecting the proper cleaning solution and method is critical. Replacing old brick is also best in the hands of an expert to match the originals.
  • Caulking: In construction, caulking refers to the process of filling or closing up joints and gaps in the basic structure to provide heat insulation, fire-stopping, water control, and noise reduction. Part of the maintenance of a property consists of yearly checks to determine if cracks or gaps have appeared in both interior and exterior areas.  Repairing and sealing these gaps will go a long way not only towards saving on your energy bills but also in preventing major damage that may require more costly repairs in the future.
  • Concrete: Used widely in most construction projects, concrete is a heavy, rough building material made from a mixture of broken stone or gravel, sand, cement, and water, that can be spread or poured into molds and that forms a mass resembling stone on hardening.
  • Core drilling: Core drilling is the process of making precise circular cuts into different surfaces to make smooth openings for a variety of applications. In construction, core drilling is commonly used to create openings for utility purposes – such as the laying of pipes, installation of electrical wires, and for fitting in the heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning vents.  Other uses include creating openings for fiber optics, telephone lines, and computer lines.
  • Doors, frames, and hardware
  • Drains: In construction, the civil engineer or site engineer is responsible for drainage. Homeowners and building owners are responsible for drains up to their property line.  They are also responsible for private sewers connected to a private pumping station and treatment facility, or those that carry water directly to a watercourse or into the ground.
  • Flooring: Common problems with flooring can include hardwoods coming up or squeaking, and floor vibrations. Concrete flooring eliminates both of these issues but is much more expensive to construct and much heavier, therefore, resulting in further structural requirements.
  • Glass: Architectural glass used as a construction material – is most typically found in transparent glazing for building exteriors. There are many different “types” of glass used in the construction of buildings and many different types of ways to clean, maintain, and repair to extend life and integrity. Heat-strengthened glass can be used in any security instances.
  • Leak investigation and repair: When pipes begin to fail, they do so slowly beginning with leaks at poor construction joints, corrosion points, and small structural material cracks, and gradually progress to a catastrophic ending. This disastrous failure can be expensive in terms of both dollars and lives, but planned maintenance can extend the life of almost all types of pipelines almost indefinitely and disastrous scenarios can be avoided.
  • Masonry repairs: Masonry is resistant to fire, earthquakes, and sound. Most masonry structures can withstand the normal wear and tear of time. Common masonry repairs include fixing cracking, structural damage, leaning structures, leaks and stains, chimney problems, and concrete damage. Many historic buildings need repair and maintenance to preserve the beauty and heritage value.
  • Painting
  • Tuckpointing: Tuckpointing refers to the art of using mortar of two contrasting colors for the purposes of repairing and maintaining the longevity and the attractiveness of brick masonry.
  • Welding: Welding is the process of permanently joining two parts by fusing them together using heat and pressure. Welding can be used to repair and also join sheet metal parts. The quality of a weld can be tested to verify they are free of defects, have acceptable levels of distortion and stress, and have acceptable heat-affected zones.
  • Caulking: In construction, caulking refers to the process of filling or closing up joints and gaps in the basic structure to provide heat insulation, fire-stopping, water control, and noise reduction. Part of the maintenance of a property consists of yearly checks to determine if cracks or gaps have appeared in both interior and exterior areas.  Repairing and sealing these gaps will go a long way not only towards saving on your energy bills but also in preventing major damage that may require more costly repairs in the future.
  • Chemical grout injection: Chemical grouts are water reacted or chemically reacted materials, that are designed to shut down active water leaks, stabilize soils, and slabs in various structures. Injection of cracks in concrete structures has been performed using chemical grouts for over 40 years. These materials react with water so draining the tanks is not required. The Chemical grouts used for crack injection are a flexible material which allows the cracks to maintain movement.
  • Coating: Construction coatings and sealants are both surface-applied systems that are designed to protect, seal, waterproof, and enhance the beauty of a structure. For high traffic areas such as concrete decks in parking garages and warehouses, epoxy and polyurethane coatings are commonly used to protect the surfaces from chemicals, water, abrasions, and everyday wear and tear. Water repellant coatings are spray or roller applied to give water repellency to concrete and masonry. Water repellents do not let water in, but let moisture trapped in concrete or masonry escape. Elastomeric wall coatings are used to protect and enhance the appearance of the exterior of a building.  Since elastomeric wall coatings stretch with thermal expansion and contraction, they are the product of choice to coat walls that are cracked.
  • Core drilling: Core drilling is the process of making precise circular cuts into different surfaces to make smooth openings for a variety of applications. In construction, core drilling is commonly used to create openings for utility purposes – such as the laying of pipes, installation of electrical wires, and for fitting in the heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning vents.  Other uses include creating openings for fiber optics, telephone lines, and computer lines.
  • Drains: In construction, the civil engineer or site engineer is responsible for drainage. Homeowners and building owners are responsible for drains up to their property line.  They are also responsible for private sewers connected to a private pumping station and treatment facility, or those that carry water directly to a watercourse or into the ground.
  • Expansion joints: Expansion joints or isolation joints are designed to relieve the stresses exerted on these structures by outside forces.  They are utilized in many different areas of construction to safely cushion the movements of various construction materials, absorb vibrations, hold certain parts together, and allow movement in a controlled manner. When the joints have grown wide or have pulled away from adjoining structures or developed cracks, they should be repaired to prevent the spread of damage to the rest of the concrete or adjoining structures.
  • Leak investigation and repair: When pipes begin to fail, they do so slowly beginning with leaks at poor construction joints, corrosion points, and small structural material cracks, and gradually progress to a catastrophic ending. This disastrous failure can be expensive in terms of both dollars and lives, but planned maintenance can extend the life of almost all types of pipelines almost indefinitely and disastrous scenarios can be avoided.
  • Pressure washing: Over time, buildings, vehicles, concrete walls, parking lots and other surfaces will become dulled and tarnished by dust, grime, soot, mold, dirt, mud, graffiti and loosened paint. Pressure washing can clean these surfaces with high-pressure water and also prepare a surface for sealant or repair.
  • Rout and seal
  • Spall repair: Concrete surfaces have two layers: smooth and rocky.  The smooth outer layer is the visible part of the concrete and the most fragile.  When this layer becomes chipped, scaled, or flaked, this is called spalling. The best time to address spalling is when concrete is first poured.  Steps should be taken to prevent spalling in the first place. If signs of deterioration are spotted in concrete installation, act quickly to address them.  The longer concrete is allowed to crack, pit, chip, and flake, the higher the risk of serious damage.
  • Structural restoration: Building restoration describes the process of the renewal and refurbishment of the fabric of a building. Includes the leaning of the interior or exterior of a building –to the rebuilding of damaged or derelict buildings, such as the restoration.
  • Welding: Welding is the process of permanently joining two parts by fusing them together using heat and pressure. Welding can be used to repair and also join sheet metal parts. The quality of a weld can be tested to verify they are free of defects, have acceptable levels of distortion and stress, and have acceptable heat-affected zones.
  • Asphalt: Primarily used for paving and road construction, asphalt has a variety of applications in roofing, sealing, coating and more. Asphalt not only increases curb appeal, but significantly reduces road-noise, is cost-effective, easily maintained, and repaired, and increases value in your property. It is also 100% recyclable material.
  • Coating: Construction coatings and sealants are both surface-applied systems that are designed to protect, seal, waterproof, and enhance the beauty of a structure. For high traffic areas such as concrete decks in parking garages and warehouses, epoxy and polyurethane coatings are commonly used to protect the surfaces from chemicals, water, abrasions, and everyday wear and tear. Water repellant coatings are spray or roller applied to give water repellency to concrete and masonry. Water repellents do not let water in, but let moisture trapped in concrete or masonry escape. Elastomeric wall coatings are used to protect and enhance the appearance of the exterior of a building.  Since elastomeric wall coatings stretch with thermal expansion and contraction, they are the product of choice to coat walls that are cracked.
  • Concrete: Used widely in most construction projects, concrete is a heavy, rough building material made from a mixture of broken stone or gravel, sand, cement, and water, that can be spread or poured into molds and that forms a mass resembling stone on hardening.
  • Graffiti removal: Incorrect methods of graffiti removal can leave surfaces looking worse than before restoration. Freedom Restoration is equipped to remove graffiti properly and also timely as it is sometimes a situation that comes up unexpectedly.
  • Leak investigation and repair: When pipes begin to fail, they do so slowly beginning with leaks at poor construction joints, corrosion points, and small structural material cracks, and gradually progress to a catastrophic ending. This disastrous failure can be expensive in terms of both dollars and lives, but planned maintenance can extend the life of almost all types of pipelines almost indefinitely and disastrous scenarios can be avoided.
  • Linestriping: Linestriping is important to the safety of the drivers and pedestrians that traverse your parking area daily. Well-defined crosswalks ensure that drivers and pedestrians watch out for each other and each can reach their destination without incident.
  • Metal fabrication and repairs: Our services include fabrication and repair of piping, stands, tanks, and other metal items.
  • Pothole repairs
  • Pressure washing: Over time, buildings, vehicles, concrete walls, parking lots and other surfaces will become dulled and tarnished by dust, grime, soot, mold, dirt, mud, graffiti and loosened paint. Pressure washing can clean these surfaces with high-pressure water and also prepare a surface for sealant or repair.
  • Sealcoating: Sealcoating is the application of a surface treatment to retain staining and preserve its appearance as well as plug any tiny openings that are difficult to seal with other materials. This prevents air, gas, noise, dust, fire, smoke, or moisture from one location through a barrier to another.
  • Snow removal: Freedom Restoration is prepared to remove snow and de-ice after major snowstorms and also prepare roads and treat them in preparation for a storm.
  • Doors, frames, and hardware
  • Drains: In construction, the civil engineer or site engineer is responsible for drainage. Homeowners and building owners are responsible for drains up to their property line.  They are also responsible for private sewers connected to a private pumping station and treatment facility, or those that carry water directly to a watercourse or into the ground.
  • Expansion joints: Expansion joints or isolation joints are designed to relieve the stresses exerted on these structures by outside forces.  They are utilized in many different areas of construction to safely cushion the movements of various construction materials, absorb vibrations, hold certain parts together, and allow movement in a controlled manner. When the joints have grown wide or have pulled away from adjoining structures or developed cracks, they should be repaired to prevent the spread of damage to the rest of the concrete or adjoining structures.
  • Flooring: Common problems with flooring can include hardwoods coming up or squeaking, and floor vibrations. Concrete flooring eliminates both of these issues but is much more expensive to construct and much heavier, therefore, resulting in further structural requirements.
  • Glass: Architectural glass used as a construction material – is most typically found in transparent glazing for building exteriors. There are many different “types” of glass used in the construction of buildings and many different types of ways to clean, maintain, and repair to extend the life and integrity. Heat-strengthened glass can be used in any security instances.
  • Graffiti removal: Incorrect methods of graffiti removal can leave surfaces looking worse than before restoration. Freedom Restoration is equipped to remove graffiti properly and also timely as it is sometimes a situation that comes up unexpectedly.
  • Leak investigation and repairs: When pipes begin to fail, they do so slowly beginning with leaks at poor construction joints, corrosion points and small structural material cracks, and gradually progress to a catastrophic ending. This disastrous failure can be expensive in terms of both dollars and lives; but planned maintenance can extend the life of almost all types of pipelines almost indefinitely and disastrous scenarios can be avoided.
  • Masonry repairs: Masonry is resistant to fire, earthquakes, and sound.  Most masonry structures can withstand the normal wear and tear of time. Common masonry repairs include fixing cracking, structural damage, leaning structures, leaks and stains, chimney problems, and concrete damage. Many historic buildings need repair and maintenance to preserve the beauty and heritage value.
  • Pavers
  • Pressure washing: Over time, buildings, vehicles, concrete walls, parking lots and other surfaces will become dulled and tarnished by dust, grime, soot, mold, dirt, mud, graffiti and loosened paint. Pressure washing can clean these surfaces with high-pressure water and also prepare a surface for sealant or repair.
  • Tuckpointing: Tuckpointing refers to the art of using mortar of two contrasting colors for the purposes of repairing and maintaining the longevity and the attractiveness of brick masonry.
  • Waterproofing: In construction, a building or structure is waterproofed with the use of membranes and coatings to protect contents underneath or within as well as protecting structural integrity.  Basements, decks, roofs, wet areas like bathrooms, and other structures are often waterproof as a matter, of course, to protect them from damage. Drainage systems can also be installed to remove water pressure against parts of a property.
  • Welding: Welding is the process of permanently joining two parts by fusing them together using heat and pressure. Welding can be used to repair and also join sheet metal parts. The quality of a weld can be tested to verify they are free of defects, have acceptable levels of distortion and stress, and have acceptable heat-affected zones.
  • Leak investigation and repairs: When pipes begin to fail, they do so slowly beginning with leaks at poor construction joints, corrosion points, and small structural material cracks, and gradually progress to a catastrophic ending. This disastrous failure can be expensive in terms of both dollars and lives, but planned maintenance can extend the life of almost all types of pipelines almost indefinitely and disastrous scenarios can be avoided.
  • Snow removal: Freedom Restoration is prepared to remove snow and de-ice after major snowstorms and also prepare roads and treat them in preparation for a storm.
  • Structural restoration: Building restoration describes the process of the renewal and refurbishment of the fabric of a building. Includes the leaning of the interior or exterior of a building –to the rebuilding of damaged or derelict buildings, such as the restoration.
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