About Sturgis Materials

The Midwest’s complete source for custom stone and landscape supplies

Our promise to our customers is to provide superior materials and craftsmanship with unsurpassed product knowledge and service.

Showroom Hours

Monday–Friday: 7AM to 4:30PM
Saturday: 8AM to 12PM

So Much More Than Stone Supply Near You

Landscape Supply Store Affiliations

Sturgis Materials is proud to be associated with numerous professional industry organizations, including:

  • National Stone Council
  • Allied Stone Industries
  • Indiana Limestone Institute
  • National Association of the Remodeling Industry
  • Marble Institute of America

  • Kansas Rural Water Association

These affiliations demonstrate our expertise with a variety of stone and building materials that our customers use to construct and beautify their outdoor spaces in and around Kansas City.

Our History

Sturgis Materials operates on the site of the State Coal Company, which opened in the late 1920s. The company focused on selling coal and keeping the small community of Armourdale, Kansas – now a Kansas City, Kansas, neighborhood – warm during the Great Depression.

Marvin Sturgis purchased the property from State Coal Company, located at South 7th Street and Kansas Avenue, in the early 1940s. He continued to sell coal, but added sand, gravel, and related materials to his inventory until the mid 1970s.

Marc Lonesk and Ed Walsh purchased Sturgis Materials in 1976 and expanded operations to include custom stone fabrication, specialty media, and landscaping supplies. In 2000, they acquired the Southern Pacific Railroad building just east of the original property.

Today, we are the Midwest’s source for rock solid solutions for landscaping, building materials, and specialty media.

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Rock solid solutions.

Pride in customer service. Expert knowledge.

See why Sturgis Materials has been helping build Kansas City’s landscapes for decades.