Walls

If you want to have a traditional dry-stacked Stone Wall constructed at your Asheville, NC home; the main ingredient is STONE.

Not just the face stones holding up your stone terrace wall, free-standing wall or roof.¬† Nor their adjoined¬† structural “True” stones anchoring that face to the depth of the wall. But intentionally placed HEART stones: spreading out PSI behind the wall, and the clean gravel beneath it.

All too often walls are laid straight on or against dirt, or backfilled with gravel, sometimes full of sediment or “finds”. Influenced by frost-heave and hydrostatic pressure; this creates a fluid mass, holds water and eventually erodes the foundation beneath the stone wall.

The benefit of dry-stacked stone construction; is that is stays DRY after it rains. This ensures it lasts for your family in Asheville for generations to come.

Virginia Fieldstone: Dry Stacked Stone Wall
– Asheville, NC / Montford

 

 

 

 

 

 

200ft; Virginia Fieldstone: Dry Stacked Stone Wall-
Asheville, NC / Montford
Drystacked Stonewall / Foundation- Asheville, NC / Weaverville
Dry Stacked Stone Garden Wall- Boulder, Utah
100ft Dry Stacked Stone Wall- Garberville, CA / NorCal
Dry-Stacked Stone Wall- Garberville, CA / NorCal
Tennessee Sandstone: Dry Stacked Stone Wall- Asheville, NC / Beaver Dam
Tennessee Sandstone: Dry Stacked Stone Wall- Asheville, NC / Beaverdam
Dry Stacked Urbanite Wall / Root Cellar – Ukiah, CA / NorCal
14 x 20ft Dry Stacked Locally Hewn Limestone Wall / Wine Cellar- Boulder, Utah
14 x 20ft Locally Hewn Dry-stacked Limestone Wall / Wine Cellar- Boulder, Utah
Rebuilt: Indiana Limestone ; Dry Stacked wall / Entryway- Miamisburg, Ohio

Locally Hewn; Appalacian Granite Fieldstone: Dry-stacked terrace wall – Barnardsville, NC / Asheville area