DIY projects you can take on while following “stay at home” orders during this time of Coronavirus

We certainly are living in unprecedented times here in Georgia, around the country and around the world. The Coronavirus/COVID-19 pandemic continues to affect virtually all aspects of our lives, including new restrictions on our movements announced by our governor just two days ago. Currently we have a “Shelter in Place” order for all at-risk groupsContinue reading “DIY projects you can take on while following “stay at home” orders during this time of Coronavirus”

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: 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”

STONE DISTRIBUTORS EDUCATION – Flagstone vs. Fieldstone, part 2

Fieldstone and Flagstone are two types of stone used in landscapes and many other “outdoor space” plans. Although both types of stone are attractive and are used for multiple uses, most people and contractors gravitate toward one or the other type depending on job for which they are being used. As we discussed in the first article of this 2-partContinue reading “STONE DISTRIBUTORS EDUCATION – Flagstone vs. Fieldstone, part 2”