Don't let one of the most important investments in your life -- your home -- disintegrate because of foundation problems. Magic Stone offers a wide range of services necessary to repair residential and commercial structures. Whether you have noticed a small crack in your wall, your house's brick and mortar separating, or serious concrete block sliding, Magic Stone can save your house's foundation by using the correct foundation maintenance repair techniques needed to sustain your home's value and maintain your safety.
Magic Stone Foundation Repair is a locally owned, full service, company in business for years. With this experience, our company knows the common foundational issues associated with the type of soil in different parts of Western New York. Whether it is the fault of the builder or just natural shifting of the ground, foundation problems, without repair, can ruin your home. As one of the most reputable and sought-after experts in the foundation repair business since the early nineties, Magic Stone is the smartest choice for your foundation needs. Magic Stone believes that the customer deserves top quality repair, regardless of how long it takes, at a price that is affordable.
Foundation Repair Techniques:
Upon consultation with one of our foundation repair specialists, Magic Stone will determine the proper procedure to follow for the stabilization of your home. This will include both the type of pier and the pier placement that we feel would be best suited for that particular structure.
The process of repairing a mortar joint is called tuckpointing. This term is derived because you are tucking mortar into the damaged mortar joint with the point of a trowel called a "pointing trowel"
A length of steel or iron bent at a right angle along its long dimension, used as a support or structural framework. More times than not, when brick mortar joints begin to crack it is due to rusting angle irons which need to be replaced and the mortar repaired. Lintel is the original term used for angle irons.
Masonry is the building of structures from individual units laid in and bound together by mortar, and the term "masonry" can also refer to the units themselves. The common materials of masonry construction are brick, stone such as marble, granite, travertine, limestone; concrete block, glass block, and tile. Masonry is generally a highly durable form of construction.
92 East Melcourt
Cheektowaga, NY 14225
Office: (716) 895-5878
Fax: (716) 408-9094
E-Mail: info @ magicstonegc.com