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Randy Sprenger of Sprenger Masonry has been proudly serving Sandy and the Northwest’s masonry needs since 1985 when he started working for a residential specialist by the name of Jack Berg. Randy worked very closely with Jack, adhering to his techniques and practices, and in 1987 when Mr. Berg retired, Randy went to work for Willamette Masonry, a commercial company based in Salem, OR. In 1999 ready to spread his wings, Randy started his own business specializing in both residential and commercial work.
Sprenger Masonry - Sandy Masonry Contractor
Our Sandy masonry experts give customized attention to each individual job so every client receives our undivided attention throughout your job. We make sure all your needs are met and we invite all of our Sandy customers to participate during the design and building process. When you select the masonry contractors at Sprenger Masonry, LLC. to complete your masonry project, you can always expect style and class in every task. Our expert Sandy masonry contractors build structures that last for many years without worry or need of repair.
Sandy Entry Ways
Our main priority here at Sprenger Masonry is to create a long-lasting relationship with our clients, focusing on improving and enhancing functionality and appearance of your Sandy home! Our expert masonry contractors stand committed to providing you with a memorable experience. Sprenger Masonry has earned a great reputation based on our commitment to outstanding service and attention to details. As a family owned and operated business, we believe in giving our Sandy customers options that will meet their own personal needs, wants, and stay within budget. We also provide:
- Sandy Foyer
- Entry Way Design
- Front Door
- Wood Doors
- Sandy Glass Doors
- Custom Doors
- Exterior Doors
- Custom Foyer
- Custom Entry Ways
Fireplace remodels are hot – very popular -- because they can completely change the appearance and the feeling created in a room. Some fireplace remodels involve a complete transformation of the entire fireplace, while others involve only minor changes and enhancements to make them more efficient or easier to maintain. Whatever may be the goal, fireplace remodels are being done across the country.
Many new homes are built with fireplaces suited for both burning wood and installation of gas logs. When burning wood, the gas line can be used as an instant fire starter. These give homeowners the choice between wood-burning and gas-burning options.
Electric fireplaces offer another option when planning fireplace remodels. These fireplaces simply plug in to an electrical outlet and need no venting. The fire will look much less realistic, and the unit will provide heat in the same way as an electric heater.