Even in the Winter flagstone takes on a beautiful look. Pictured are 2” grass joints with irregular flagstone paving. On the subject of Winter, remember to never use rock salt (Sodium Chloride) on your flagstone products. Rock salt can damage the grout and can cause the surface to flake if enough is used on…Details
It’s April and our customers have been very busy buying and building dry-stack stone walls for their home garden projects. Dry-stack walls are an easy and inexpensive way to raise up a garden bed, build a natural looking border, or to hide undesirable looking areas around the house. Some tips for installing a dry stack…Details
New for 2017, please check out our Pool & Spa Coping page just added to the site. We will be adding more pictures in the coming weeks. Feel free to email us any pictures you would like to share.
Snow & Ice Removal on Bluestone This post will try to help and guide you to correctly care for your Bluestone areas in the winter months. Although Bluestone is a low maintenance type of natural masonry paver, there are some products and methods which are better for caring for it and ensuring it’s long lasting…Details
Below are pictures of a job taken at a private residence in Lansdale, Pa that was installed in the Fall of 2016. Full color range, natural cleft paving was used throughout the walkways and both terraces. At the customer’s request, the contractor connected the main terrace off the house to a very unique circular shaped…Details
We recently fabricated some 30″ wide diameter round bluestone caps for a local customer. The rounds were used to cap piers outside of an entryway into a house.
The caps came out great, and we wanted to show some of the techniques that were used to make these.
Below are pictures of a recent job at a private residence that just wrapped up in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. The landscape architect’s specifications called for 1″ thick thermal bluestone paving to be used for the walkways and pool deck, and 2″ thick thermal bluestone treads for the pool coping, planter caps , and steps. We…Details
We’ve added some new photos to the website for your viewing pleasure, and there will be more added in the coming weeks. The pictures were taken of jobs that were completed in 2014, and were submitted by our customers (whom we thank deeply).
As anyone local to the Philadelphia area knows, this winter has been crazy/ awful/ record-setting/ snowy, etc. You name it, and the Winter of 2014 probably had it. We kept busy over the long winter by fabricating out of state orders, shoveling, building the new website, shoveling, attending the Philadelphia Flower Show, shoveling, and shoveling…Details