Rough and rustic or sawn and symmetrical, wallstone is a beautiful option for building retaining walls, planter boxes, garden beds, and borders in your landscaping.
When it comes to natural stone, man-made products just don’t stack up! Natural wear brings out the beauty of stone, whereas concrete begins to look dingy or chipped. Opting for a natural product means you’ll get more life out of your landscape design for years to come.
Our wallstones are machine-split for consistent size and ease of installation, and are cut to uniform thickness for quick stacking. Lay them with or without mortar for rustic and natural settings with help from a masonry contractor, or do it yourself.
Stone is a naturally occurring product, which means variations in color and texture should be expected. Sturgis Materials cannot guarantee an exact color and texture match. However, wallstones are often uniform in size and shape.
Edgestones, used as landscape borders, are approximately 4”x4” and come in random lengths. These stones match wallstones.
Flagstones for pathways and patios are also available in matching colors and textures to many of the wallstones you may choose.
Stone stairs to match certain wallstone also are available. Give us a call at 913-371-7757 or email us at email@example.com to learn more about matching products for a cohesive design.
Wallstones are available in a variety of hues and earth tones that include cream, gray, gold, and blue. Find a wide selection of wallstone colors, sizes, and shapes at Sturgis Materials in Kansas City, Kansas. Our custom stone supply is generally stocked with:
Antique Gray wallstone is available in different thicknesses as well as edging and steps.
Buckskin wallstone is available as a 4″ thick X 8″ wide and 8″ X 8″ wallstone, 4″ X 4″ edging, and 6″ thick steps.
Charcoal wallstone is available as a 4″ thick X 8″ wide and 4″ X 4″ edging.
Desert Cream wallstone is available as a 3-4″ thick X 8″ wide and 4″ X 4″ edging. Steps and benches are available also.
Sawn to 4″ height, chopped at 8″ wide.
Large dolomite boulders, 500 – 1000 lbs each.
Irregular shaped dolomitic stone, 2 – 4″ thick.