From the Rocky mountains of Montana to the foothills of the New York Adirondacks, Lurvey has left no stone unturned when it comes to our selection of building stone. From the simple to the complex, Lurvey can help distinguish your building project from the rest. Unique, traditional, full and thin veneers, bring the timeless beauty of stone to any project. Fireplaces, entryways, interior applications, seat walls, pillars, or even entire buildings are just some of the many exciting possibilities for the application of Lurvey’s tremendous inventory of vertical building stone.
Check Out Some Of Our Architectural Styles And Shapes:
Ashlar / Natural Layered building stone is the most common linear-shaped style of building stone. It is produced from the most natural layers a quarry yields. This gives the top and bottom of each stone a natural texture. Heights vary depending on what each specific quarry produces.
Squares and Rectangles, also known as “Castle Rock,” are set in a random ashlar pattern dominated with taller or more blocky pieces. This style typically offers larger heights and longer lengths. If you desire stone with a larger look, then this style is a great way to achieve that.
Sawn Heights or “Dimensional” building stone is sawn to specific heights. The sawn top and bottom provides a more formal look with straight lines on the top and bottom of each stone.
Mosaic / Fieldstone / Rounds are irregularly shaped. These random shapes and sizes create exciting and singular patterns for both contemporary and rustic looks.
Blends are created by mixing different styles and/or stones to create a broader range of colors, patterns, finishes, and textures.
The Thin Ledge look has become increasingly popular over the years. This look of low heights and random lengths is often chosen for a more contemporary design.
Lurvey provides a wide variety of vertical building stone to supplement any project. And if you’re not sure which type of stone would be best for you and your space, our experts will be happy to answer any questions you have and help you make the best decision for your project. We’ve left no stone unturned, why should you?