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Ledgestone

Bar Harbor Ledgestone

Bar Harbor is a large linear style ledgestone. It features dark greys to blacks with subtle veining and shimmer. It may have occasional subtle tan to brown stones. It may be installed in a dry-stacked style or with a mortar joint, but additional cutting and fitting will be required for installation in a dry-stacked style.

Cedar Fort Ledgestone

Cedar Fort Ledgestone is a thin strip style ledgestone comprised mostly of rectangular pieces with a few angled edges. Featuring natural edges, while maintaining a tight fit, this stone is ideal for those that want a clean looking ledgestone. The color range includes subtle tans, light browns, and hints of cream. This stone is traditionally installed in a dry-stacked style, although it can be installed with a mortar joint.

Charcoal Ridge Ledgestone

Charcoal Ridge Ledgestone is a linear style Ledgestone. It has deep dark greys to blacks with subtle white veining. It is typically installed in a dry-stacked style, but it may be installed with a mortar joint.

Cortland Ledgestone

Cortland Ledgestone is a large format, lineal style ledgestone. It has a rough textured face and features shades of grey with intermittent warm rust tones. Its natural, somewhat irregular edges allow for a thin mortar joint. It may also be installed in a dry-stacked style with additional cutting and fitting.

Diamond Point Ledgestone

Diamond Point Ledgestone is a sawn edge ledgestone designed to be installed in a tight-fitted pattern to create a clean lineal look. It contains color tones of light to medium grey with occasional rusty brown pieces. It is ideal for dry-stacked style installation.

Grayhawk Ledgestone

Grayhawk Ledgestone is an irregular style ledgestone with a variety of textures and sizes. It has a wide variety of creams, beiges, and greys that imitate the colors found on old limestone buildings. It is typically installed with a mortar joint, but it may be installed in a dry-stacked style with additional cutting and fitting.

High Point Ledgestone

High Point Ledgestone is a lineal style ledgestone featuring dark greys, blacks, and subtle rust and brown tones. With elongated pieces and a rough textured surface, this stone is stunning when installed in a dry-stacked style. It can also be installed with a mortar joint.

Kingston Ledgestone

Kingston Ledgestone is a medium sized, linear style ledgestone. It is predominantly light to medium grey with some very subtle white and rusty veining. It is traditionally in a dry-stacked style, but it may be installed with a mortar joint.

Locust Creek Ledgestone

Locust Creek Ledgestone is an irregular style ledgestone. It features stunning gold colors with silver and cream undertones that shimmer. It can be installed most easily with a thin mortar joint, but it may be installed in a dry-stacked style with additional cutting and fitting.

Sheridan Ledgestone

Sheridan Ledgestone is a large format ledgestone similar to a small ashlar style stone. It has elongated rectangular shaped pieces that are typically installed with a mortar joint. It has a very creamy grey color range that imitates the appearance of older style limestone buildings.

Silver Bay Ledgestone

Silver Bay Ledgestone is an irregular style ledgestone with a split face texture. It features a range of blue-greys as well as a small range of cream colors. Its diverse range of sizes, textures, and shapes give it an authentic old world feel. It is typically installed with a thin mortar joint, but may be installed in a dry-stacked style with additional cutting and fitting.

Stony Point Ledgestone

Stony Point Ledgestone is a small, irregular ledgestone meticulously pieced together to create a tight fitting, intricate look. It features a range of medium to dark browns and rounded natural edges to create a rustic, craftsman feel when installed in a dry-stacked style. This stone requires cutting and fitting to create a gapless tight fitted look.

Timber Lake Ledgestone

Timber Lake Ledgestone is an irregular style ledgestone with predominantly rough pieces and a small percentage of smooth pieces. It features golden tans, occasional dark brown pieces, and subtle veining. It is usually installed with a thin mortar joint, but can be installed in a dry-stacked style with additional cutting and fitting.

Woodbridge Ledgestone

Woodbridge Ledgestone is an irregular style ledgestone with a predominately split faced texture. It features a range of brown and rust colors with some light grey pieces. It is typically installed with a thin mortar joint, but may be installed in a dry-stacked style with additional cutting and fitting.

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