Fieldstone Boundary Wall – Concord, MA

The new owners of this home in Concord, MA desired a stone perimeter wall along the front of their property.  The goal was to mimic the old farm walls common to New England. See and read more about the process on our BLOG

Patios, Walls, and Steps – Somerville, MA

A project in Somerville, MA consisting of landscape plan/design, stone walls, bluestone patios, and granite steps. Take a look at our BLOG for more in depth description of the plan and construction process –

Tiered Retaining Wall – Lincoln, MA

At this home in Lincoln, MA the old timber retaining walls were failing.  The new owners decided to replace them with a tiered drystacked fieldstone retaining wall. Take a look at our BLOG to see more about the process –

Bluestone, Brick, + Granite – Concord, MA

This project in Concord, MA makes use of bluestone pavers, granite step, and reclaimed brick to create a simple but charming landing/entryway. Take a look at our BLOG for more details on this project –

Granite Stairway + Fieldstone Walls – Maynard, MA

This charming home in Maynard, MA had an entry stairway that was unsightly and retaining walls that were in disrepair.  With an appreciation for stonework the homeowners desired a natural stone stairway that added to the quaint appeal of their home and location.  Using granite steps and Pennsylvania Fieldstone for the stairway and walls, and […]

Bluestone Patio – Jamaica Plain

At this home in Jamaica Plain, the homeowners weren’t happy with an unattractive and cramped concrete patio.  With a redesign of the layout, more attractive materials, and some simple plantings, they now have a backyard they can really enjoy. Take a look at our blog for before and after photos.

Bluestone + Granite, Boxborough, MA

At this home in Boxborough, MA an old bluestone walkway was out of level and bluestone stairs were coming loose.  Unattractive and unsafe, it was time to replace the stonework.  Using natural cleft bluestone pavers and split face granite, the walkway and steps were dry laid in the existing footprint.