Full stone veneer is sold by the ton and yields vary from 25 to 80 square feet per ton depending on the stone and the application. It comes in various shapes and styles including: ashlar, squares and recs, rubble, random, fieldstone, ledge and river rock. Full stone veneer is also installed with a variety of grout joints such as: dry stack, raked, 1/4", 1/2", 3/4", 1", 1-2", over grout, and smear (Tuscan).
Natural patterns and colors, regardless of the variety, enchant both homeowners and guests. Stone loses heat quicker than other flooring materials providing a cooler feel. The exquisite finish of stone is virtually unmatched by any other flooring types. Larger stone slabs, when used, provide the look of a seamless floor. Stone flooring has a rich and expansive look. Stone is extremely hygienic because it is smooth and non-porous. Stone is moisture and bacteria-resistant. Stone is easy to clean, simply wipe with a damp cloth or mop. Most stone is scratch-proof.
Products include: Flagstone from 1" to 3", large to small boulders, patio pavers, retaining/garden wall, ground covers, large stone steppers and treads. Even custom products such as stone benches, sandblast signs and garden steppers are available.
With on site fabrication machinery, Mountain Valley Stone can create just about any cap, header, hearth, mantel or sill you could need.
A water feature may be indoor or outdoor and can be any size, from a desk top water fountain to a large indoor waterfall that covers an entire wall in a large commercial building, and can be made from any number of materials, including stone.
Sand is a naturally occurring granular material composed of finely divided rock and mineral particles. The next smaller size class in geology is sand, which is 0.0025" to 0.0787" in size.
From I-80 take Highway 40 south to the Kamas/Park City exit. Travel east toward Kamas for approximately 1.5 miles. Turn left at the Highway 189/Browns Canyon Road junction toward Peoa and Oakley. Mountain Valley Stone is located 3 miles down and is the first quarry on the left.