Stone Slabs, Treads & Stairway products

Nothing evokes more strength and drama in the landscape than stone slabs used for stairs, landings, waterfall, benches, monuments, sign posts and meditation spots. Single stone slabs for fireplace hearths and mantles are also a striking statement and can even make cultured (fake) stone look somewhat credible when engineering or budget constraints won't allow the real deal on the entire structure!

Quarried in Montana, Tuscan treads are made from a durable sandstone which harmonizes well in any setting with it's...

We work with a local stone engraver to bring AFFORDABLE stone monuments to the area market. Monument companies charge exorbitant...

Earthy colors of browns, buffs and grays with rustic textures set the theme for this material quarried in western Montana....

This VERY rustic sandstone from central Montana is quarried from surface stone formations. This stone has a weather-worn texture and...

Gray Basalt from the Columbia Gorge roughly split on a guillotine splitter

The bold, earthy colors of Idaho Mt. Stone are even more dramatic in the large slab material that the quarry...

The blocky nature of Molalla building stone makes it work well in stairway situations using large single slabs or smaller...

These Black Granite Stair Treads are a natural when harmonized with projects using the black basalt wall rock quarried in...

These dark gray treads and slabs have a subtle salt & pepper texture and are thermal finished on top for...

Popular for Japanese garden paths. Can also be used for memorial stones or markers - they engrave beautifully.

Gorgeous rich black granite with split faced edges and thermal face typically used for wall cap but can also...

Precision sawn and then flamed for a rustic, non-slip surface, bluestone treads have a wide range of applications and harmonize...