Skyline Quarry provides stone products to the residents of Glastonbury CT
Glastonbury residents count on Skyline Quarry for the best natural stone products available today!
Skyline Quarry has been supplying natural stone products to Glastonbury CT homeowners and businesses for over 6 decades. Over the years, we have become known as the most trustworthy stone supply company in Hartford County. We’re well known for our natural stone products and masonry supplies. Whether you are an designer creating a custom space, a contractor building a stunning house, or a homeowner looking to improve their yard, you can count on us for all your natural stone needs.
We snap our stone on a hydra split stone cutting machine.
Nothing is enduring as genuine natural cut stone. Regardless of whether you’re looking for cap stones for your walls, patios, benches, or coping for your pool, we deliver the best to our Glastonbury CT customers.
Are you looking to create a design edge to your home with natural steps? Our natural steps have a distinctive uneven shape and a natural straight face. They are 5 ½ to 8 ½” thick, 4-6’ long and 24-36” wide.
We offer special cut stone that we custom cut as per the requirements you provide. Our special cut ranges 3″ to 8” thick. Our thin special cut ranges 3 ½-4 ½” thick. Then we have extra thin special cut which ranges 3-3 ½” thick. So, whatever application you need natural stone for, we have you covered.
Our flagstone comes in a variety of sizes. All of the flagstone range from 1-3” thick.
Our flagstone comes in a range of sizes. All of the flagstones range from 1-3” thick. Our small flag ranges from 6”-18” diameter. It’s excellent for walkways, walls or patios. Homeowners like working with flagstone because it’s a very convenient size.
Our small flag ranges from 6-18” in its diameter. It is great for virtually any kind of use.
The next size up is the Medium Flag which ranges from 18”-2½’ in diameter also great for walkways, patios and walls.
Masons, Landscapers and do it yourself homeowners all love to work with our wall stone.
Natural wall stone can’t be beat when it comes to designing fantastic landscape walls. Not only does natural stone look beautiful with all of its earthen shades, surfaces and shapes, but it’s also durable with plenty of structural integrity.
Wall stone is extremely popular with masons and landscapers in Glastonbury and elsewhere. Our wall stone is granite schist, which is a mixture of granite and sandstone. It is blasted off the mountain in sheets and is very easy to stack. That is how most customers want their wall stone to be.
We provide wall stone is a wide assortment of width, diameter and cuts depending on your requirements
Veneer & Finish Stone
The definition of veneer is a thin covering over another surface.
The definition of veneer is a thin covering over another surface. Veneer used for building cladding does not impart any structural strength to the wall. Veneer stone whether sawed, cut or mosaic; is great for veneering house foundations, covering unsightly concrete steps
The definition of veneer is a thin covering over another surface. Veneer used for building cladding does not impart any structural strength to the wall.
Gravel & Process
Visit Skyline Quarry in Stafford, CT for a wide range of gravel, stone dust and rip rap supply
Visit Skyline Quarry in Stafford, CT for a wide range of gravel, stone dust, and rip rap supply. Our gravel is available for sale online, phone, in person. Call for delivery or visit our query for pick-up.
The bluestone we carry comes out of Pennsylvania. We carry what they call select blue.
The bluestone we carry comes out of Pennsylvania. We carry what they call select blue. It is grayish-blue in color. We carry patio stock, fireplace hearths, and treads. The patio stock is approximately ¾” to 1” thick. The bluestone is delivered to us pre-cut. They start at 12” X 12” squares and go up in 6” intervals.
About Glastonbury CT
The most accurate Glastonbury town map available online.
Glastonbury is a town in Hartford County, Connecticut, United States, founded in 1693. The population was 31,876 at the 2000 census. The town was named after Glastonbury in Somerset, England. Glastonbury is located on the banks of the Connecticut River, 7 miles southeast of Hartford. The town center is also defined by the U.S. Census Bureau as a census-designated place (CDP).
The most notable of town events is the Glastonbury Chamber of Commerce Apple Harvest Festival. The festival occurs annually every October during the apple harvest season. The festival is a town-wide event lasting three days that includes various rides and attractions, including booths from many of the local town businesses and politicians.