Friday, January 05, 2007

New England Fieldstone and Spring in January

As I was taking my afternoon walk around the yard, I noticed the following weather conditions. Remember, this is January 4th in New England. Current temperature 54 degrees, current conditions - fair, visibility - 10 miles. Taking advantage of the 10 miles of visibility, I noticed that we had quite a few trucks in the yard loading up with many of our excellent New England Fieldstone products. You can see in the picture above one of the trucks getting loaded with New England Flat Wallstone. If you look closely behind that truck, you can see a second truck waiting to get more of the same.
If you would like to see more of our products, check out our design center at You can see all of our New England Fieldstone products as well as many of our other natural stone products.

Here is another picture I took today showing some of the fieldstone that we have in stock. Starting from the left is the Flat Select Wallstone, next is the Thin Wallstone, after that is the New England Flagging, and finally the Round Wallstone. There are at least 700 ton of New England Fieldstone in this picture.
I included this picture, because every time I show this material to stone contractors, they can't believe how nice the quality is and how the material is sorted, making their job much easier. I hope you agree with these contractors.

This picture shows more of the same product. I wanted you to see that all of our stone is hand sorted and stored on asphalt. Any dirt and debris has been removed. When you buy stone from, you only get what you pay for.
Stop in sometime to take a look at some of our products. We just completed our year end inventory. In addition to our New England Fieldstone we have 30,000 sf of stone pavers in stock. Paver material includes bluestone, sandstone, granite, quartzite and limestone. Maybe pavers will be a topic of discussion for my next blog.
If you need a price for a project, give us a call at 800-231-2200. We will be more than happy to work with you on your natural stone requirements.

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