We just received an inventory of large granite slabs. These pieces measure 36″ x 96″ and are 12″ thick. The movement in the grain of the stone is very unique. These stones could be thermaled or sandblasted to provide ideal walking surfaces. Outdoor bar tops, showers, dive stones or monolithic patio slabs are all possibilities for this material.
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Our inventory of granite curbing and steps has never been bigger. Contact us today for any size granite step order big or small. We carry pieces of granite from 12″ all the way up to 150″ long. Most of the inventory is 12″-24″ wide. We have an impressive amount of wide landings as well.
Call us anytime at 508.248.4044 for pricing. We deliver anywhere and unload on site!
We have an abundance of reclaimed granite from the Odd Fellows Home in Worcester, MA. The building was taken down in 2014-2015. We were able to salvage most of the granite sills, window trim and foundation stone. We also have granite steps from the same project.
The stones pictured below have one edge that is beveled. This stone would be ideal for a custom granite fireplace surround. It could be used inside or out. We have over one hundred feet of this granite in stock.
Every window in the Odd Fellows Home has a granite sill and surround. Most sills have a traditional finished face and beveled top. We have used these for all types of landscaping or masonry applications.
Pictured below are dozens of granite window sills salvaged from Worcester, MA.
We are always in the market for reclaimed granite and stone! If you have granite or stone on your property please contact us today and we would be happy to give you an initial estimate on the value of your stone. We handle stone with care. If you have a boulder or unique stone that requires special attention please contact us today for a quote.
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We have a great inventory of reclaimed granite from the Odd Fellow’s Home in Worcester, MA. These stones were once included in the massive stone foundation and trim stones along the brick veneer. Dimensions will range from 12″-30″ wide x 24″-84″ long. We do have limited amounts of longer and wider stock. Please contact us today if you are looking for authentic reclaimed New England granite and stone .
We are happy to announce that the granite inventory from the Odd Fellows’ Home in Worcester , MA will be arriving to our yard this week. There are hundreds of feet of bull-nose capstone, lintels, steps and more.
“The large three story brick building was designed by Baker & Nourse and constructed in 1890-92 as a charitable facility for the aged and sick. The Romanesque building’s most prominent feature is a projecting central pavilion that rises a full five stories. The building was enlarged in 1902, and had capacity for 110 residents”
We had one of our best loads go out to one of our best customers! This load was filled with foundation stones from the Millbury Estate, the Webster House, The Leominster Victorian and hand split posts and steps from a half dozen other wonderful properties. We are a one stop shop for all things stone!
Stone of New England is happy to announce we now accept Bitcoins. We are the first supply company in New England , possibly the world (we’re checking) to accept Bitcoins as payment. Please contact us today if you would like to purchase reclaimed stone with Bitcoins.
This great set of granite steps was carefully salvaged over the past week. The overall width is 5’8″, the steps being 48″ wide. Chiseled sides dress the left and right of the steps. We can create one set with six steps or three sets with two each. Contact us today for more info and pricing about salvaged granite steps.
Do you or someone you know have a pile of granite or stone worth salvaging? Please contact us today . We are currently looking to expand our inventory of granite and stone. Architectural stone accents, granite landings and granite steps, granite posts and granite lintels, granite foundation stones and granite millstones or wellstones. We can buy your granite today and carefully remove the material with our equipment. If you have granite curbing or granite cobblestones we accept bulk deliveries in our Charlton yard. No order of granite is to small.
Here is a great example of Reclaimed Granite being used as a step. They guys over at Yard Max Inc. did a great job installing these two granite steps. Make sure to contact them if your interested in any type of landscaping!
This was done by a good friend of our Josh. Reclaimed granite was used as the walking surface combined with a concrete circle kit , used cobblestones and a bluestone inlay salvaged from Amherst, Ma. What a package!
While salvaging the stone from Millbury last year we discovered an addition built over the past one hundred years. It appeared, by debris found, to be the milking room. This stone must have been quarried off the property considering its rougher hewn finish and similarities to the make up, not color, of other stones in the area.
This material would be ideal for siting walls or decorative features within a landscape or masonry installation.
It was wonderful working with this client in Lancaster, Ma. Both the homeowner and mason we eager to get to work using reclaimed granite from the Millbury Estate.
Many of the steps used in the project were over eight feet long with some as long as ten, eleven and twelve feet.
We look forward to more photos as the landscape design and planting are implemented.
Thanks you for your business. It looks GREAT!
Laurel Hill Landscaping – Granite Steps and Landings
The colors of stone are endless. We want to do our best to provide you with as many options as possible. Our stones are always sorted for their color and textures. Contact us today if you have a specific color granite or stone you need for any landscape or masonry project.
We were fortunate to salvage these oversized granite slabs. They sat along front a barn built in 1794. Most of these stones are 3’x5′ or bigger. We have a few left in stock. Contact us today if you are interested in authentic weathered granite from the New England countryside. We have the most diverse and unique inventory in the area. Our network covers the entire Northeast and ability to find unique stones one of our strongest points.
Our Charlton yard is home to thousands of pieces of granite and hundreds of granite steps. These are some of our smaller three and four foot pieces. We sort them by size and package them to be shipped anywhere. Contact us today if your are looking to use reclaimed granite in your landscape design today.
The Millyard Granite Stock was salvaged from South St. in Ware, Ma. We have over one hundred feet of material in our Charlton yard. These stones average twenty-four inches wide and most are eight feet long or greater. These would be ideal for wall coping, posts or oversized steps. Contact us today if you are looking to incorporate reclaimed granite steps into your landscape. We have an extensive inventory of salvaged stone for any landscape or masonry project.
This foundation stone was salvaged from a project on Route 67 in Warren, Ma. It is being reused as a step. We have a great inventory of colonial and turn of the century granite products. This includes foundations stones, fence posts, steps and slabs as well as unique items like Millstones and Wellstones. Contact us today for you reclaimed and salvaged stone needs.
For years we have been carefully salvaging granite ans stone from across New England. It is with this great inventory that we are able to create one of a kind granite step sets. These sets can range from 24″-144″ wide. The average rise is 6″-8″ and some stones are as deep as 36″. If having a piece of history in your yard is exciting and important that contact us today! We have stones from barn foundation, farms, old churches and buildings.
In late November we sold nearly one hundred feet of our prime Granite Foundation Stones . These stones were salvaged from the Millbury, Ma estate. We still have fifty linear feet of material in our yard in Charlton, Ma. Please contact us today if you are interested in a piece of unique local history.
We have a large inventory of reclaimed granite curbing ideal for step applications. Let us help you design a set of steps that’s not only unique but safe and meets all your local building codes! Contact us today at firstname.lastname@example.org for pricing and info.
These stones were taken from our Reclaimed New England Granite Curb. The overall lengths were 48″-56″ . Although many of these stones had natural, rougher edges, the horizontal surfaces were smooth and ideal for stepping.
Let us help design your Reclaimed Granite Step Set. Our inventory consists of thousands of pieces of granite , each one unique.
These steps were late editions to our inventory last year. They are currently on pallets in our Charlton yard. These steps are precisely cut and have consistent measurements in all directions. The lengths vary from 48″-66″ in length. These steps would be ideal for front entrance ways where winter maintenance is important and rougher surface may prevent good snow removal.
If you are interested in any type of reclaimed or salvaged granite step please contact me at email@example.com
We reclaimed this unique color granite from a barn foundation in Harmonyville, Rhode Island. There are great accent stones, posts and steps. Come down to our stone yard in Charlton, Ma to see a great selection of salvaged stone.
These three Millyard Steps were chosen for the consistent thickness at 6″. They also had natural split fronts along with a sawn back edge. This made for an ideal installation. These stones went down to Westin , CT.
Here are landings sorted. It is important that all the variables be met including 8″ of rise. These stones are 10-12″ thick providing a solid foundation for a life long installation. This granite was reclaimed from a Millyard foundation in Worcester. Attention will be on cleaning surfaces of any residual building debris.
These are two four foot pieces of granite that came from a salvaged railroad bridge.
The granite is very flat and has clean corners.
The second step would sit behind the first taking full advantage of the 19″ tread. The edges of these stones all for perfect alignment.
We will be using the same Railyard Granite Stock to split into fillers to support the second step. We will use traditional methods of splitting and finishing the stones. We also will be cleaning off any risidual building debris.