An massive lineup of natural stone products for Simsbury homeowners and businesses
Natural Stone is the preferred choice of Simsbury residents and property managers for hardscape design.
Skyline Quarry has been supplying natural stone products to Simsbury for over six decades. Natural stone is the material of choice for professional designers, landscape architects, landscapers, stone masons, and home builders. Stone conveys character, beauty, and strength. Its variants in color, shape, and consistency provide unique visual impact. Natural stone comes from the earth, its ecology friendly composition makes stone a natural choice.
We snap our stone on a hydra split stone cutting machine.
Nothing says enduring like authentic natural cut stone. Whether you’re looking for cap stones, patio stones, benches, edging, or coping for your pool in Simsbury CT, Skyline Quarry brings you the best quality cut stone.
Do you want to give a design advantage to your Simsbury home with natural steps? Our natural steps have a distinctive irregular 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 cut to order as per the specifications 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 variety of sizes. All of the flagstones range from 1-3” thick. Our small flag ranges from 6-18” in its diameter. It is great for walkways, walls and patios. The homeowners love to work with it because it is a very manageable size.
Our small flag ranges from 6-18” in its diameter. It is great for walkways, walls and patios. The homeowners love to work with it because it is a very manageable size.
The next size up is the Medium Flag which ranges from 18”-2½’ in diameter also great for walkways, patios
Masons, Landscapers and do it yourself homeowners all love to work with our wall stone.
Nothing can beat natural wall stone when it comes to creating great landscape walls. Natural stone not only looks beautiful with its myriad earthen shades, textures and shapes, it also added durability and structural integrity.
We are well aware that wall stone is extremely popular amongst masons and landscapers not only in Farmington CT, but everywhere. Our wall stone is granite schist- a mix of granite and sandstone. It is blasted off the mountain in sheets and is very easy to stack, just how you want your wall stone to be.
We can provide wall stone is a wide variety of thickness, 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 Simsbury CT
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Simsbury is one of Connecticut's oldest communities. The town was incorporated as Connecticut's twenty-first town in May 1670. The population in Simsbury has grown from 5,000 in 1950 to today's population of over 23,000. The town covers an area of approximately 34.5 square miles and is geographically located in Hartford County, approximately 14.5 miles west of the capital city Hartford. While Simsbury has experienced development in the past few decades, the Town government has been sensitive to maintaining the rural environment and historic charm that makes Simsbury the quintessential New England Community.