FRESH OFF THE TRUCK, VETERAN’S DAY STYLE – LOOK AT ALL OF THIS BEAUTIFUL CANYON CREEK FLAGSTONE & RUBBLE STRIPS!

Yesterday we received a shipment of new product at Stone Distributors… all the way from Oklahoma! That’s right – a full shipment with pallets of mixed color and blue gray regular Flagstone; also Patio Stones and Rubble Strips came onto our yard yesterday. Just take a look at this uniquely striking stone: Close up ofContinue reading “FRESH OFF THE TRUCK, VETERAN’S DAY STYLE – LOOK AT ALL OF THIS BEAUTIFUL CANYON CREEK FLAGSTONE & RUBBLE STRIPS!”

FRESH OFF THE TRUCK, This Week – highlighting the edgers and the accentuators for your yard’s landscape

This week our FRESH OFF THE TRUCK arrival was focused on the stones you use primarily for edging and accentuating – edging your flower beds, walkways, patios, driveways and practically all other landscaping and stone projects. Here is what you see in each of the 3 following pictures, all of which arrived on our lotContinue reading “FRESH OFF THE TRUCK, This Week – highlighting the edgers and the accentuators for your yard’s landscape”

Reasons you want the Canyon Creek Blue-Gray Rubble Strip in your walls and edging your landscapes

First of all, Happy Father’s Day tomorrow to all of you awesome fathers out there! When you walk onto our lot looking for Rubble Strips (the rectangular-shaped edging stones) to be used in your stone projects we know that you want the best Rubble Strips not only on our lot, but in all of Georgia.Continue reading “Reasons you want the Canyon Creek Blue-Gray Rubble Strip in your walls and edging your landscapes”

How rain in central and northern Tennessee affects our stone supply here in Georgia – and what we are doing about it

Here is an informational blog article that you won’t see very often. An actual, real explanation on why we are low on product (only temporarily); what we are actively doing about it; what are the limitations of what we are able to do; and proof of our continual commitment to you, our valued customers, toContinue reading “How rain in central and northern Tennessee affects our stone supply here in Georgia – and what we are doing about it”