We want to thank you, everyone, for a productive and understanding 2020 work season. We are currently closed for the holiday and winter season of 2020 and look forward to seeing everyone again next Spring. After getting off to a delayed start due to the pandemic that we are all still currently facing together the amount of understanding and support from clients, potential clients and our staff was heartwarming and appreciated, it meant the world to us. We are grateful for the work that we were able to perform this season and look forward to the new Spring season ahead.
Magic Stone typically closes the 2nd week of November or sooner due to a few reasons, weather, being first and foremost. In winter months mortar (Mortar is composed of cement, fine sands, and lime; it is used as a binding material when building with brick, block, and stone) is affected by both the time it takes to set and the strength development of it because of the long cure times. It can also become dangerous to perform projects as surfaces become slicker and harder to see visually with winter snow covering them. Wind chills alone drastically reduce surface temperatures and frostbite can take less than 30 minutes to set in. While we would love to continue working throughout an entire year; but due to the nature of our business it, unfortunately, is just not feasible. Magic Stone typically resumes business again on the 1st, of every new April. We do still check for messages periodically throughout the winter season but it is on a limited basis. We are more than happy to collect your name, address, phone number, and a brief description of your project need during our off-season and once we resume again we will be sure to give you a call back to set up your estimate appointment and review your project.
We hope that everyone has a truly safe, healthy, happy, and joyous holiday and winter season ahead.
From all of us here at Magic Stone thank you for your support, your gratitude, your understanding, and your kindness that we’ve been shown throughout the years.