We have one of our favorite types of Flagstones on the yard and ready for you to take home – Canyon Creek from Oklahoma!

One of our most popular (and a Stone Distributor favorite) types of Flagstone is back in stock on our yard right now as the fall outdoor season is about to kick into high gear. Yes, that’s right. We just recently received in a full shipment of Canyon Creek Flagstone, all the way from Oklahoma! AsContinue reading “We have one of our favorite types of Flagstones on the yard and ready for you to take home – Canyon Creek from Oklahoma!”

Looking for Flagstone for your stone or landscaping project? Stone Distributors has it in stock and waiting here for you!

At long last… after months of COVID and weather-related delays we are very happy to say that our lot is full of Flagstone: ready to be purchased, brought to your home and built into your stone project TODAY. Not next week, next month or “we have no idea when our next shipment is coming in.”Continue reading “Looking for Flagstone for your stone or landscaping project? Stone Distributors has it in stock and waiting here for you!”

PRICE CERTAINTY PLEDGE FROM STONE DISTRIBUTORS, YOUR FRIENDLY NEIGHBORHOOD STONE SUPPLIER

Ahhhhh… the “dog days” of summer. Around here in northern Georgia that usually means long, hot, humid days, late summer vacations and getting ready for the all-important football season starting imminently. Oh, wait. Thanks to Coronavirus it is baseball that is starting imminently (tonight, in fact) while the football seasons, particularly high school and college.Continue reading “PRICE CERTAINTY PLEDGE FROM STONE DISTRIBUTORS, YOUR FRIENDLY NEIGHBORHOOD STONE SUPPLIER”

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”

2 new stone products for you – “Fresh Off The Truck” and ready for you to take home today!

If you have seen our “Fresh Off The Truck” Facebook and Instagram series of mini-photo albums recently you may have noticed two new types of stone that we now have available on our lot. In this article we want to share a bit more in depth information with you on each new product and whyContinue reading “2 new stone products for you – “Fresh Off The Truck” and ready for you to take home today!”

REPOST: BUILDING A LONG-LASTING PATIO IN GEORGIA

In the escalating effort to battle the spread of coronavirus our Georgia Governor Brian Kemp has issued a “Stay At Home” order for our entire state yesterday, taking effect later today at 6 p.m. and lasting through at least April 13th. This order can be extended any time between now and then if the situationContinue reading “REPOST: BUILDING A LONG-LASTING PATIO IN GEORGIA”

The types of Flagstone you should consider for your stone project here in Georgia

In this follow up article to our most recent discussion on the qualities you should look for that make up the strongest Flagstone we turn toward describing some of the most popular Flagstone types that we carry here at Stone Distributors. You will note that we do source a significant amount of our Flagstone fromContinue reading “The types of Flagstone you should consider for your stone project here in Georgia”

The qualities to look for when picking out Flagstone for your stone projects

One of the most-asked questions we get from our customers is “What type of Flagstone do you recommend for (insert name of stone project the customer is about to undertake)?” In truth, there is rarely a ‘perfect answer’ to this question. Not only does Flagstone vary from quarry to quarry, it varies from stone toContinue reading “The qualities to look for when picking out Flagstone for your stone projects”

Stone building EDUCATION part 3: Laying down a walkway or patio over existing concrete pads

In this next article in our series on walkways and patios we outline a step by step process for how you can build a stone walkway or patio on top of existing concrete pads. In our most recent articles, we laid out the process for building a new walkway or patio from scratch, including diggingContinue reading “Stone building EDUCATION part 3: Laying down a walkway or patio over existing concrete pads”

Stone building EDUCATION, part 2: building a long-lasting patio in Georgia

In part 2 of our series on installing a walkway and/or patio around the outside of your home we focus this article on patios. More specifically, we are focusing on building a flagstone patio versus using pavers to build your patio. Is it more expensive? That depends on the type of pavers or flagstone youContinue reading “Stone building EDUCATION, part 2: building a long-lasting patio in Georgia”