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Quarry/Office 14550 Heritage Road
Caledon, Ontario
M5V 1P5 (MAP)






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LEDGEROCK - Grey/Buff

Guillotine snapped ledgerock for ashlar patterned applications; ideal for new construction and matching existing heritage buildings and feature walls.

Stone dimensions: 6-18" length pieces; 2-8" high risers; bed widths of 4-6".  Approximately 40-45 square feet per ton.

LEDGEROCK - Red/Piebald

Guillotine snapped ledgerock for ashlar patterned applications; ideal for new construction and matching existing structures.

Stone dimensions: 6-18" length pieces; 2-8" high risers; bed widths of 4-6".  Approximately 40-45 square feet per ton.

LEDGEROCK - Highrise "Jumpers"

Stone dimensions: 6-18" length pieces; 8" plus jumpers for higher heights; widths of 6-8".

Used for repair of existing heritage buildings, walls and new construction.

Please note: this product is a special order and large quantities are prepared as required.

WALL FLAG - Buff/Rust
1/4-3/4" thick flag used for low weight vertical applications such as indoor fire places and exterior wall cladding. 2-4" to 8-10" various sized pieces.

**Wall applications ONLY.
WALL FLAG - Red/Piebald
1/4-3/4" thick flag used for low weight vertical applications such as indoor fire places and exterior cladding. 2-4" to 8-10" various sized pieces.

**Wall applications ONLY.
DRY STACK
Random and irregular shaped material used for dry stack walls, water and garden designs.

Palletized material, separated by colour*, various sizes.

*colour variance will occur from skid to skid
.

"With such a large inventory of heritage buildings in Credit Valley sandstone of both national and provincial significance, there is a continuing need for the availability of stone for restoration. Matching stone in a conservation context means not only aesthetic issues such as colour and texture, but, more importantly, the chemical and physical characteristics of the stone. Severe deterioration can be introduced or accelerated by use of dissimilar material."

Source: Niagara Escarpment Plan Review Hearings,
1991