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Glass Block

Excavation Services

Concrete is the best material for driveways, sidewalks and patios; it's durable, cost effective, clean, safe, and low maintenance..

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The most important consideration in proper design and installation of retaining walls is to recognize and counteract the tendency of the retained material to move downward due to gravity. 

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Concrete can be damaged by many processes, such as the expansion of corrosion products of the steel reinforcement bars, freezing of trapped water, etc.

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Poured Walls

Driveways, Sidewalks & Patios

Excavation is more than cutting, digging or scooping. It is "Space Optimization." We remove obstacles and imperfections to make the best use of your available space., 

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Bill Wagner Construction   •  307 6th Street    •   Hartford WI  •  262-673-2293

(262) 673-2293

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(262)-224-1182

Tuckpointing is a fairly rare but not forgotten trade. Although originally considered to be part of the bricklaying trade, it is now mainly performed by tuckpointing specialists.

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Bill Wagner Construction offers concrete and masonry services including concrete repairs, driveways, sidewalks, patios, excavation services, foundations, glass block, poured walls, retaining walls, and tuckpointing.

Poured walls can provide a stronger and drier foundation. They allow greater flexibility in design and boost home value, while providing quicker construction times.

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Foundations 

Tuckpointing

Concrete Repair

Retaining Walls

Glass block is an architectural element made from glass that provides privacy while admitting light. 

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Foundations are used to support buildings or structures. It transmits loads directly to the underlying soil or rock. A foundation should satisfy two fundamental requirements. First, it must provide an adequate safety against failure of the supporting structure. Next, any resulting settlement should not be detrimental or interfere with the function of the structure.. LEARN MORE ABOUT OUR FOUNDATIONS >>