Stone Veneers fit well with the current trend of going towards natural materials in your landscape to beautify & add to your homes curb appeal and value.
When buying a natural stone sealer it's important to understand the material you are working with, so you can find a sealer that fits your specific needs.
While you’re probably most familiar with granite’s use as a counter top or backsplash material, granite floor is an attractive, durable flooring option.
Homeowners can bring the beauty and luxury of granite to their outdoor living space. Granite stone can be used in a variety of ways outside your home.
Stone veneer is an in demand, hot design trend that adds impact both to the inside and outside of your home with many choices of sizes, styles & textures.
Retaining walls and freestanding walls are hardscape elements that can offer a design focal point, and provide an important function in your outdoor space.
Sand, gravel, stones, loam and mulch - Find out how they play an important part in your backyard design. Items available in bulk at our store.
Some very important points you should keep in mind as you get ready to enhance your backyard & build your fabulous outdoor kitchen.
Come visit Old Station for all your mulch and loam needs. For every yard of mulch or loam you purchase between now and November 1st, we will donate $1 to a local charity nominated by our customers.
Outdoor porcelain tiles today are fully rated for outdoor use & a great choice for patios. See 4 reasons to consider porcelain when upgrading your backyard.
Patio or deck, which is better? Homeowners often come to us with this question - Here are 5 reasons why building a patio is a better choice.
If you're wondering if an outdoor living space is a good choice for your home improvement dollars, here are five reasons you should create a backyard transformation and invest in a hardscape project!
Stone veneers are the perfect way to bring the beauty of the outdoors into your home. Here are 4 ideas to add at touch of style to your New England home.
Home exterior trends come and go, but masonry is a classic. With a variety of natural shades & cuts stone is the material for a classic New England home.
Wood pellets are a renewable and affordable fuel alternative that is carbon neutral. They also cost as much as 60% less than traditional fossil fuels. Today's technology makes heating with wood pellets a great alternative (or backup) for heating your home.