Monday, June 22, 2015

NEW PRODUCT: Portsmouth Granite Natural Thin Stone Veneer

Introducing the newest addition to the STONEYARD® New England Stone Veneer product line: Portsmouth Granite™. This New England stone was selected due to its desirable range of colors, fine grain, and harsh climate durability. It is available in four shapes: Mosaic, Square & Rectangular, Ledgestone, and Ashlar.


Portsmouth Granite is a fine grain granite stone with slight veining. It is a salt & pepper mix with light gray and subtle specks of black and brown. Accents of white and beige complete the color profile. This speckled gray granite is a perfect match to some of the historic architecture seen throughout New England. It is available now through our network of building and masonry supply yards throughout the USA.

Free samples  of the Portsmouth Granite can be requested through the online store

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Thursday, June 18, 2015

New Workers Credit Union in Westford MA Boasts Boston Blend Stone

The newest Workers Credit Union location in Westford, MA features some amazing stonework! The Boston Blend Mosaic thin stone veneer was used around the foundation of the entire structure. RDK Construction Inc out of Maynard, MA did an amazing job working with this local stone. A full project feature is in the works and will be release soon. Check back to see more as this project continues.

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Thursday, June 11, 2015

Ipswich Country Club to Use New England Stone in Entrance Remodel

North shore's Ipswich Country Club is undergoing a remodel to the entrance of their prestigious country club and golf course. A unique mix of colors and shapes are being used for retaining walls and columns surrounding the drive. Construction is set to finish by the end of summer 2015.

Mason: ND Landscape Inc (
Architect: H.J. Collins & Associates (
Dealer: Georgetown Building Supply (

Product: Unique mix of Boston BlendColonial Tan LedgestoneAshlar

Monday, June 08, 2015

Museum of Science Boston New England Habitats Exhibit Features Local New England Stone

Looking for something fun to do this summer? Check out the Museum of Science, Boston's New England Habitats exhibit. Complete with model animals, casts, landscapes, and of course...New England stone. A mix of Boston Blend Ledgestone and Ashlar, truly native thin cut stones, help to bring this exhibit to life!

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Monday, June 01, 2015

Cape Cod Winstead Inn & Beach Resort with New England Stone Cladding, Retaining Walls, and Water Feature

Cape Cod is a vacation hot spot due not only to its vicinity to amazing beaches and seafood, but also because of its historic seaside charm. The Winstead Inn & Beach Resort located in Harwich, MA, is the perfect place to enjoy everything Cape Cod has to offer.

If you are lucky enough to stay in the "Commodore's Quarters" prepare to be greeted with the soothing sounds of moving water and the rich textures of historic natural stone. This charming getaway reminds you of years past with STONEYARD® Boston Blend™ Mosaic, a local natural stone that was used as cladding, on retaining walls, stair risers, and in a water feature. Corner stones were used around the top of the retaining walls and water feature to maintain the look and feel of full thickness stones.

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