New England-Based Specialty Contracting

About Our Work

Do you do residential work?

No, but any residential building with three or more units qualifies as commercial. No commercial job is too big or small for Hascall & Hall.

What services do you offer?

We provide a wide breadth of contracting services including:

Do you pour new concrete?

We do not pour concrete.

Do you perform concrete foundation repair?

Yes, relating to commercial or industrial foundations.

What types of commercial flooring do you install?

We install commercial flooring (epoxy, urethane, MMA) and we also polish concrete.

Can any concrete be polished?

Almost always, yes! If the concrete has been damaged by caustic chemicals, it won’t be a very good candidate for polishing. Also, any outdoor concrete made with freeze and thaw mix as well as fiber reinforced concrete should avoid being polished.

Do you offer different types of polished concrete flooring?

Yes, we offer a variety of options in terms of reflectivity and colors including matte, satin, polished, and highly polished.

Do you serve all industries?

We serve many industries including, but not limited to:

  • Pharmaceutical operations
  • Health care institutions
  • Research facilities
  • Manufacturing facilities
  • Meat, poultry, fish and beverage processing companies
  • Microbreweries
  • Pulp and paper industries
  • Retail and restaurant spaces
  • Educational institutions
  • Municipalities and government sectors
What is Re-Pointing?

Re-pointing is the process of cutting out old mortar to a uniform depth and placing new mortar in the joint to restore it to its original state. In some cases, re-pointing cannot be used and may require a mason to rebuild a section and/or sections of the project.

Duration & Seasonality

How long will my project take?

Depending on the size and the work being performed it can vary from a few days to months.

How long should I plan for my business to be closed for your repair work?

You may not even need to close the business at all, but if you do, we respect your time and understand that your bottom line is affected every day the doors are closed. We pride ourselves on being fast and flexible with our work.

Does the winter affect masonry projects?

Winter weather affects masonry projects as many of the products used outdoor have a curing temperature. That temperature cannot be met in the frigid winter months. A way to work around this is tenting & heating the specific area in which you are working outdoors.

How does the winter affect flooring projects?

If the floor is being installed inside where it is climate controlled then it will have no effect.

If the building is not climate controlled or the floor is outside, Epoxy instantly assumes the temperature of any substance to which it is applied. Therefore, the floor (substrate) temperature is of equal importance to the ambient (air) temperature. The surface and ambient temperature must be higher than 55°F for 100 % solid epoxies to harden with maximized strength, hardness and durability. Any colder and the solution stays soup-like and fails to set risking underperformance, cracking, peeling, and bubbling.

However, there are certain flooring materials (i.e MMA) that can be installed down to -20 degrees.

Service Area

Do you service all of New England?

Hascall & Hall services Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont as well as certain regions of Massachusetts and Connecticut. We do not service Rhode Island.

Any Other Questions?



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