This is how Cam cuts the sandstone stacking blocks which is our number 1 seller. First he finds the hard sandstone to cut and scraps off the dirt to reveal the stone. Using his Diamond Saw on the excavator he then slices it to stacking block size. Once all sawn up he puts his bucket on the excavator and rips them from the ground and then ready to be loaded and delivered to site.
Hello Sandstone Lovers, Stone Mason Luke recently erected this Sandstone Retaining Wall at a property at Blaxlands Ridge, Hawkesbury. With Cam cutting a mixture of colour Luke put together this wonderful wall even complete with two horses heads on the piers craved out by Lukes hands. To finish the wall off Cam made him capping blocks, which are the thin stone which sits on the top to complete and finish the wall. Another great job completed by Cams stone.
Hello Sandstone lovers, long time in between posts sorry! This is a recent seawall job at Dangar Island which was completed by our mates from Seawall Restorations, the old wall was falling apart and needed urgent repair and Tony and his team completed this job using a hard based sandstone which is ideal for seawall, built to last. Cam cut the sandstone to the customers requirement and Tony finished the job really quickly to the delight of the customers.
Here is our finished Sandstone Retaining wall. After many years of looking at just 8 stacked blocks on our lawn, Cam finally got around to finishing our retaining wall, and we now love it......Cam used a lot of rejected rock which was not going to customers due to not being square but we are happy with the result and now my next job after filling it with plants is to get a high pressure hose onto the rocks to give them a good clean and then they will look amazing, will have to wait for some rain though!
With our first veggie garden full of veggies Cam went about making us a second bigger garden for the family. He used his offcuts from boulders which he purchased from the quarry and after cutting down to a customers order he is left with large offcuts as waste. So Cam used the offcuts to build up a garden on a slope and got some dirt and started planting. Very cheap and cleaver way of recycling waste sandstone.....
Hi all Sandstone fans, check out this Sandstone fire pit which Cam supplied the stone for which was for our friends from Reibey Farm near Lower Portland. Andrew is going to stack wood against it which will look fantastic when completed.....
Here is a retaining wall which is being completed by Greenminded Landscapes, Cam cut the sandstone stacking blocks and Greg got a small excavator and put them into place, the finish look is going to look fantastic....will keep you posted on the final finish.
Our customer Seawall Restorations did a great job of this Seawall at Hunters Hill, the stone from Sydney Sandstone Quarries was cut to measurements 200 x 200 blocks. This sandstone is very dense so its great for all seawall restorations.
One of our customers from Penrith sent us this picture in of a job she did herself of where she installed sandstone Crazy pavers along her path to give her that lovely natural look. The pavers can be spilt to various sizes for your special project, but we love the great job she did.
Here is a picture of Sandstone steps and also Sandstone Stacking Blocks on the outside edges. This is a first stage of a development which might include sandstone homes in the future. The sandstone blends well with the Sandstone walls to give it that natural effect....
Cam has been working with Sandstone for the past 15 years as an apprentice in the city maintaining Sandstone buildings to running his own Sandstone Cutting and Supplying business.