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The building trades of stone, brick, and block masonry have been around for thousands of years. While wood framing will rot and steel girders will rust with time, masonry can withstand the elements for centuries. Masonry Contractors have been around for centuries as well, but the trade itself changes frequently. A good masonry contractor knows both traditional masonry techniques, and understands the new masonry techniques of artificial stone and modular block.

Stone Fireplaces

Stone Fireplaces occupy a central role in today’s outdoor living spaces.  The fireplace shown here is approx. 11 feet tall, with artificial stone veneer and natural stone caps and hearth.  You can also see a flagstone patio, and stone kneewalls with end-columns, other popular design features.


Stone Firepits

Stone Firepits are the little cousin to the Stone Fireplace, and they can also be more economical.  The typical firepit is 5 feet in diameter and round, although we have done a few square firepits as well. The interior opening is usually around 36″, and we will have a drain at the bottom (or open to the ground below, so water does not fill up in the firepit), and then filled with a foot of 57 stone, to lift the fire up to be enjoyed more easily by your guests, and allow for proper drainage.


Seating Walls

Also Known as sitting walls, or Kneewalls, because the wall height usually matches the height of your knee (around 18″-20″).  These walls are for design and looks, not so much for dirt retention, and they can be built with planters as well.


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