Building Stone

Building stone is a natural stone which can be cut or shaped into blocks or slabs for use in retaining walls, bridges, paving, facades, or other construction structures. Building stone is popular because of its combination of strength, durability, and attractiveness. We have stack stone for fireplaces and house facades, as well as thick and thin veneer stone to turn boring retaining walls into beautiful stone structures. Whether you are remodeling your home, building a new home, or managing a large construction project, Fieldstone Center Inc. can supply your building stone needs.  Choose from a selection of colors, shapes, and textures. Our large selection of building stone includes limestone, granite, marble, fieldstone, drystack, cobblestone, and more. If you have questions about using building stone for your construction project or new home please visit our office in Covington, GA or reach out to our team at (770) 385-7708.

 

Photographs and images on our website are provided to give you an overall impression of the stone products we offer and in no way should serve as a basis for making your final selection. The photographs and images should not be an actual replacement for visually visiting our stone yards, meeting with a sales representative and seeing and touching the actual stone product.

While we take every step to display these photos as accurately as possible, there are many variables which control the final presentation of the photo. For example, photographic conditions including sunlight, moisture, cameras, lenses, and even different photographic styles can significantly change the appearance of a natural stone product. The color and resolution settings of your monitor can also affect the appearance when viewing a high-resolution image.

Fieldstone Center, Inc. has all property rights to the photographs and images contained on this website. They are intended to serve as a reference material for our customers. You may not use them in any fashion other than that for which they were intended. These photographs may not be reproduced in any medium, for any reason, without prior written consent from Fieldstone Center, Inc.