A complete line of all-natural building stone products mined and processed entirely in the United States. This line includes thin, medium and full-bed wallstones available in multiple styles.
Hand-Split Wall stone is quarried building stone that has been hand-split to various thicknesses. These products are irregular in shape and are commonly laid as a facade in a mosaic style, but can also be laid in a stack (drystack) or semi-stack fashion. Available in thin, medium and heavy (full-bed) thickness.
Snapped Wallstone is broken (or snapped) on mechanical guillotines, yielding a roughly rectangular block in a medium or heavy (full-bed) thickness. These products are commonly laid as a facade in an irregular ashlar style but can also be laid on edge in a stack (drystack) or semi-stack fashion.
Fieldstone is defined as “a stone occurring naturally in fields, often used as a building material”. Fieldstone Wallstone has a worn (or weathered) appearance caused by natural forces, such as wind and rain, and is typically used on projects where a more rustic or weathered look is desired. The materials are sorted into various color, texture, and size ranges and are typically laid in their natural state.
River Rock Wallstone
Smoothed by the forces of water and friction, River Rock has somewhat rounded edges and a relatively smooth texture. It is often used in projects where a more natural look is desired.
Tumbled Wallstone is mechanically tumbled to replicate the naturally-smooth look and feel of river rock. These products are irregular in shape with little to no sharp edges