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Terms about Stone Setting Contractors

If you're thinking of hiring stone setting contractors to spruce up your home or business landscape, it is important to know a little bit about your available options. Here are some important terms to learn before beginning the process with your stone setting contractor.

  • Aggregate - Aggregate is added to concrete or cement during the mixing process in order to activate bonding agents. Aggregate is used in brick laying, stone setting, and even with some types of tile.
  • Composite - To save on costs or for construction reasons, often a stone is bonded to other material. Using this process, the hidden material can be bonded and only the desired stone is exposed.
  • Mason - A mason is a trained professional working in the art of stone and brick laying.
  • Paver - A paver is separate from a mason, and must be called in to do work such as driveway stamping.
  • Retaining Wall - Retaining walls are built to hold back soil and ground in order to make better use of sloped land. They must be engineered carefully by contractors for safety.
  • Boulders - Boulders are often re-purposed for aesthetic reasons. During excavation, larger boulders can be naturally unearthed and then used by the company for edging and decor.
  • Milling - To prepare stones for use in landscaping and construction, they are milled at a quarry. Milling shapes and smooths them to a desired ratio.
  • Stone Tile - Some types of stone such as marble, granite or limestone, can be shaped and smoothed to flat tile shapes and used in a similar fashion as traditional tile.
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    National Tile Contractors Association
    Flowood, MS 39232
    Professional stone setting contractors and masons looking to provide you with the best services available. Use our association's directory to find masonry services in your local area.
    Mason Contractors Association of America
    Schaumburg, IL 60193
    Trust the professionals when it comes to masonry work, especially with delicate marble and stone. You can find a certified and experienced contractor through our nationwide association.
     
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    Upchurch Stone Masonry Construction
    801 12th Ave N, Nashville, TN 37203
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    (615) 321-5830
     
    User Review: "Fantastic crew and service! enjoy their services and smiley faces!"
    Centurion Stone of Clarksville
    1263 Paradise Hill Rd, Clarksville, TN 37040
    (931) 221-0120
    Bi-County Landscaping
    Clarksville, TN 37043
    (931) 358-9896
    Hawaiian Rock Walls
    Clarksville, TN 37043
    (931) 494-3529
    Hernandez Masonry
    167 Westbrooke Cir, Pembroke, KY 42266
    (270) 475-4440
    Culligan Water Conditioning
    1700 E 9th St, Hopkinsville, KY 42240
    (270) 439-5630
    Stonecraft Fabricators
    874 Springfield Hwy, Goodlettsville, TN 37072
    (615) 851-2348
    Rjs Construction & Stone Inc
    7135 Charlotte Pike, Nashville, TN 37209
    (615) 353-2116
    Natchez Stone Company LLC
    9320 Highway 100, Nashville, TN 37221
    (615) 646-2422
    Idf
    350 Fortner Rd, Mc Ewen, TN 37101
    (931) 582-6368
    Natchez Stone Company LLC
    9320 Highway 100, Nashville, TN 37221
    (615) 646-2423
    Alley-Cassetty Brick
    2 Oldham St, Nashville, TN 37213
    (615) 244-0440
    Eagle Stone Works Inc
    701 Hill Ave, Nashville, TN 37210
    (615) 256-4090
    Kinwood Landscape
    7104 Crossroads Blvd, Brentwood, TN 37027
    (615) 574-3954
    Scotty's Contracting & Stone Co Inc
    1140 Flint Knob Rd, Cave City, KY 42127
    (270) 678-3838


    Stone setting is a specialized field that contractors utilize to create patios, foundations, walls, and stairs. They may use stone of all kinds, along with bricks, asphalt, and concrete. Some sample projects could include driveways, retaining walls, and pool decks. Stone setting contractors may work on their own or as part of a large construction firm. These skilled professionals may use decorative elements such as boulders, tiles, and edging to complete a look. Working with a variety of materials, including marble, granite, slate, and limestone, stone setting contractors may have backgrounds as landscapers or pavers. These backgrounds often help them apply basic concepts to stone setting, along with creative design. Some have artistic or masonry backgrounds as well. Many stone setting contractors boast specialties. One may work solely with fireplaces, hearths, and chimneys. Another may focus on using a particular kind of stone, such as split, natural, cultured, or cobblestone. Many employ a variety of techniques, from stucco and terra cotta to washed gravel and flagstone. Some even incorporate glass blocks and interlocking stone to their designs of cellars, patios, and steps. Edging, repair, and flooring installation are other services typically on offer. Stone setting contractors have been around for years. These types of professions have existed for centuries, with masonry professionals using their skills as craftsmen to create decorative and functional architecture. Consumers who want to hire a stone setting contractor, builder, or company for their brick, tile, or boulder project can look up listings on the internet or phone book, or get recommendations from home improvement stores and other contractors.
     
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