An early August mid-week edition of Fresh Off The Truck: a variety of Flagstone, Fieldstone and Boulders too

In this middle of the week edition of Fresh Off The Truck we have pictures from two different shipments that arrived at our yard to share with you. The first shipment arrived early in the morning with a full load of Stack Fieldstone and Boulders: And then a bit later in the morning we unloadedContinue reading “An early August mid-week edition of Fresh Off The Truck: a variety of Flagstone, Fieldstone and Boulders too”

Stone project season is almost here – are you prepared? We are at Stone Distributors!

The season for building stone and other landscaping projects is almost upon us. The weather is improving, our yard at Stone Distributors seems to be getting busier by the day and our telephone is also getting more active with calls from quite a few of you looking for information about local contractors. How are weContinue reading “Stone project season is almost here – are you prepared? We are at Stone Distributors!”

Building a Wall out of Fieldstone: will that be a Stacked or Veneer look that you want?

In our third installment focused on Fieldstone we are getting more in-depth about the two types of Fieldstone that you will choose between to build your stone wall. Your main choices are stacked stone or Veneer stone. Which one you choose largely depends upon the look you want – while understanding the cost of eachContinue reading “Building a Wall out of Fieldstone: will that be a Stacked or Veneer look that you want?”

Fieldstone – What it is, the varieties from Tennessee and what types of stone projects to use it in on your property

After spending the last several articles discussing Flagstone; what makes for the highest quality, what types we carry and which we think are the best in our area that we carry, we now move on to the other main sizable rock used in stone landscaping projects: Fieldstone. Although most of you are able to differentiateContinue reading “Fieldstone – What it is, the varieties from Tennessee and what types of stone projects to use it in on your property”