Spring look ahead: why March is your best time for Mulching, and its benefits and a couple of extra tips

Continuing our theme from the end of last year, there are a number of landscape and hardscape projects you are thinking of undertaking this spring or summer that you will want to start planning in advance. For example, we discussed a number of projects involving contractors that you already want to be planning. In factContinue reading “Spring look ahead: why March is your best time for Mulching, and its benefits and a couple of extra tips”

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!”

Is taking on that DIY stone/landscaping project out in your yard stressing you out? We have your answer!

The news on the coronavirus front continues to be depressing: our governor Brian Kemp just extended the “Shelter-In-Place” order through the end of April on Wednesday (at least another 3 weeks of this staying at home… UGH!). On top of that, he also just banned vacation rentals throughout the state. Thankfully, the weather has warmedContinue reading “Is taking on that DIY stone/landscaping project out in your yard stressing you out? We have your answer!”

Stone building EDUCATION: Tips and tricks for building a long-lasting walkway

As a new decade dawns and we head into 2020, the thoughts of many of you turn toward the building projects you want to undertake as soon as the weather starts to improve in the coming months. Throughout the early part of this year we will be posting articles on a variety of topics regardingContinue reading “Stone building EDUCATION: Tips and tricks for building a long-lasting walkway”