Our Services

Rock Walls, Retaining Walls, Boulders and Stone Features

In addition to the very practical reasons for adding a retaining wall, many homeowners have them built simply because of how they look. When engineered and installed correctly, retaining walls can add instant visual flare to any space. They can also add monetary value to your property. Some industry professionals report that hardscaping additions such as retaining walls can up property values by as much as 20 percent!  There is a range of different materials available for building retaining walls, including natural stone (such as rocks or boulders), composite blocks and interlocking concrete pavers. The plus for using natural stone is it blends well with your environment and requires very little maintenance. Using composite blocks or interlocking concrete pavers has the advantage that these wall systems do not require mortar and provide a more manicured look. Which material is right for you is largely a matter of personal preference. 


Build the foundation of your outdoor entertainment space with a brick, stone, or paver patio.   The Stone Master specializes in creating one-of-a-kind outdoor spaces that complete the vision you have for your backyard. Our patios are designed to complement your existing landscape and provide a functional space for outdoor living.

Has your patio seen better days? We are experts in patio remodeling and can transform your existing patio space into something you can truly enjoy. Whether you are interested in a new patio or want to remodel your existing patio, we will exceed your expectations to give you the patio of your dreams.

Outdoor Living

Whether you want a small nook where you can take your book and coffee for a peaceful hour or a large, covered terrace where you can entertain a crowd of 20 or more people, outdoor living areas can consist of many different features based on your desired use of the space available. We can help you create an outdoor space that is a natural extension of your home, including but not limited to:

  • Covered or open decks, arbors and gazebos 
  • Fireplaces and fire pits
  • Outdoor kitchens
  • Dining areas
  • Pool houses
  • Stone patios
  • Masonry