Masonry & Stone Work

Pool Deck Resurfacing

Concrete Repairs & Resurfacing

Commercial Services

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Balcony Waterproofing

Other Concrete Services

stone coping on pool

Stone and Masonry Work You Can Count On

Our stone and masonry work is a testament to artistry and craftsmanship. Whether it’s an outdoor fireplace or firepit, replacing the coping stone around your swimming pool, or building a functional retaining wall, Capital Concrete Coatings can help bring your stone and masonry visions to life.

We do new construction and in many cases are able to do repair work on old stone decks without having to demolish the entire area.  We have experience working with limestone, lueder stone, travertine, brick and just about any manufactured masonry product on the market.

Stone Cleaning and Sealing

If you have an old stone patio or pool deck that needs to be cleaned and/or sealed, Capital Concrete Coatings can help.  Sometimes we even re-hone (diamond grind) stone decks to bring them back to life and give them a much needed facelift.  Check out some of our before and after pictures below to see the transformations.

If you have a salt water pool (or a salt water chlorine generator), sealing your stone is imperative – as the salt water will quickly corrode and eat up certain types of stone. Dissolved salt will absorb into unsealed stone and crystallize inside the stone as the water evaporates, causing the stone to flake, peel and deteriorate. The sealing of stone around pools is often overlooked and is a very common mistake – even by pool builders.

There are two different stone sealers that are specifically designed to protect stone against salt water that Capital Concrete Coatings use, and they are a great investment and highly recommended.  Even if you don’t have a salt water pool, Capital Concrete Coatings still recommends sealing your stone as it improves stain resistance, makes it easier to clean, and helps protect your stone against freeze/thaw cycles.

Also, limestone copings are sensitive to acidic substances, and chlorine is one such chemical that can adversely affect limestone (chlorine by itself is not acidic nor basic because it contains no H+ ions, but when it reacts with water forming hydrochloric and hypochlorous acids it becomes an acid solution).

Chlorine, especially in its concentrated form, can react with the calcium carbonate in limestone. This reaction can lead to the formation of soluble calcium hypochlorite, causing the limestone to deteriorate. The chemical process may result in the etching or discoloration of the limestone surface.  Sealing your limestone coping with an appropriate stone sealer can provide an additional layer of protection making them less susceptible to damage caused by these chemicals.

 Our Masonry Services Include:


Brick Repair


Pool Coping Repairs and Replacement


Retaining Walls


Fire Pits


Pool Tile Repair


Stone or Tile Patios and Pool Decks


Stone Cleaning and Sealing

Before and After: Cleaning

Before and After: Stone Installation

Before and After: Stone Replacement

Serving central texas

We build concrete countertops and pour concrete cantilevers around pools in Austin, Round Rock, Cedar Park, Leander, Buda, Dripping Springs, Driftwood, Liberty Hill, Spicewood, Pflugerville, Lakeway, and Georgetown.

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