Quarry Stone supplies over ten lines of manufactured stone with roughly seven colors to choose from in each line. Our aim is to provide a vast selection of all building stone styles and needs. With our great variety we accommodate both the commercial builder looking for an urban stacked stone; or we can help out the young family with hopes to revamp or build a cottage with a rustic ,old, weathered building stone veneer. In addition to supplying large varieties of standard colors we also make custom colors with four of our decorative stone lines.
Aggregate Crushing Plant
We also manufacture accessories to go along with the many varieties of decorative stone that we carry. Some accessories we fabricate include concrete trims and keystone for windows and doors. As well as pillar caps, retaining walls caps, custom plug and light fittings, hearthstones and much, much more. Hopefully you'll come visit us to see all the possibilities one can create!
Quarry Crushing Plant
Quarry Stone has the ability to deliver large quantities of manufactured stone in relatively short periods of time. Quarry Stone can also provide customers with stone installers through its partnership with Custom Stone Creations Ltd. Custom Stone Creations is a well known stone installing company that does excellent work and will be more than happy to facilitate customers with the installing side of things.
We can also do estimates for both supplying or supplying and installing decorative stone on residential and commercial sites.Stone from quarries have been used in all types of stone creations; they are utilized in constructions ranging from federal offices to farm foundations. For studying historic stone buildings, an expertise in fundamental techniques and tool markings left after stone division is vital.
Gravel Crusher Plant
In Chicago's building materials industry, no less important than the quarrying and cutting of limestone was the production of brick. The city's brick factories, several of which came to be concentrated on the southern edge of the city in Blue Island, were among the largest in the nation. As early as the middle of the 1850s, there were over 20 large brickyards in the area, which transformed clay (abundant in local soils) into a total of nearly 100 million bricks per year. The use of brickmaking machines, introduced to Chicago in 1856 by M. O. Walker, allowed the output of individual yards to soar. The brickyard of Strauss, Hahne & Co. in Blue Island, established in 1863, was making over 25 million bricks per year by the 1870s. By the beginning of the 1890s, the metropolitan area was home to about 60 brickyards, which made a total of about 600 million bricks annually.