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Source: Steven Dubin, PR Works, (781) 582-1061, sdubin@prworkzone.com
Author: Steven Dubin
Posted: Tuesday, July 12, 2005


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“Stone Is Hot”

Recycling The Past Offers Tips on Incorporating Stone into Landscape

 

DATELINE: BARNEGAT, NJLandscaping is not just about plants anymore.  The artful placement of landscaping stones can not only enhance the natural elements that you've already cultivated, but the aesthetic and functional use of stone can even raise the value of your property.  For many, a boulder at a driveway entrance will suffice. But the possibilities are endless.

 

“We see a lot more people incorporating stone into their landscape to create borders or just add character to their garden”, noted Matt White, founder of Recycling The Past.  “Chances are, when you incorporate recycled stone from a building that is over 200 years old, you’re using a hardscape material that is not only beautiful, it’s unique and probably not going to be found anywhere else.  For example, Victorian slate step stones are many more inches thick and significantly heavier than today’s standard slate, but they also have an interesting history and salvage story behind them.”

 

Hand-cut stone cannot be found in today’s market.  Through building salvage, buyers are able to obtain old world craftsmanship at a very fair price. 

 

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