At Stoneworks, we know that our customers are always looking for new and interesting designs and materials. To meet that desire, we recently announced the new addition of the SeaHaze ™ Collection to our natural stone product line. These limestone products are an excellent alternative to bluestone, and can be less expensive, which is a…[Read More]
Stoneworks Wholesaling Announces New Limestone Products : New Natural Stone Pavers and Floor Tiles for a More Sleek and Modern Look for 2019!
Worcester, PA – Aug 17, 2018– Stoneworks Wholesaling, Main Line provider of top quality natural stone pavers, floor tiles and more, announces the arrival of new limestone products in August 2018. The new line of natural stone products includes large format pavers that will allow a more modern, sleek look for your outdoor projects. The…[Read More]
Natural stone has always been a popular material for building, decorating and more. Its beauty, elegance and durability has made natural stone an enduring choice by contractors and homeowners. One of the great things about natural stone is its versatility.
Natural stone has been used in construction of cathedrals, monuments and in more recent times, in residences. Why does this building material get chosen so consistently for all types of building projects? Stoneworks Wholesaling offers 5 top reasons that both contractors and homeowners choose natural stone so often.
Natural stone is beautiful, durable and is desirable for many home or business applications. Many like to use natural stone floor tiles made of travertine or marble for kitchens, bathrooms and sunrooms. Others enjoy natural stone pavers for pool surrounds and walkways. Thinking about incorporating natural stone into your landscape? Our team at Stoneworks answers…[Read More]
As providers of top quality natural stone travertine, marble and limestone, we are often asked which is better, natural stone or manufactured stone? Our answer, based on experience and preference, is that natural products out-perform manufactured stone in every way. At one time, manufactured stone was used for veneers because it was more lightweight, however,…[Read More]
Most new stonework, such as marble and travertine, is bright and shiny when first installed… but sometimes, a homeowner wants a different look. Some people just enjoy a more weathered feel, or others may be trying to match newly-installed stone to older fixtures already in place. Either way, you have several ways to artificially age stone…[Read More]