Otherwise known as stonecraft, stone masonry in Melbourne refers to the building of a structure using stone as the primary material. Historically, stone was an essential material that people used across the globe. In fact, stone masonry is one of the oldest professions that exist today. Structures built from stone such as monuments, temples, shelters, roads, bridges and entire cities remain standing firm. Some of the renowned structures resulting from the work of a stonemason include the Taj Mahal in India, Stonehenge and the Great Wall of China to mention a few examples. You can add strength and beauty to your commercial and residential property by recruiting the services of a professional organisation such as Melbourne Stone Construction.
Masonry, in general, refers to brick, stone and concrete blocks. The materials used in masonry are non-combustible. Therefore, it protects the occupants from fire. For this reason, people often install fireplaces using stone because of its resistance to heat. When you choose stone masonry for your property, these are some of the benefits you will enjoy.
We’re aware of the historical background of stone masonry and its multiple uses. However, several facts about it are relatively unknown.
When you’re ready to add flair to your private property or perhaps require our retaining wall services, we’re capable of handling all types of challenges. There is no project that we can’t complete or find a solution for you. Our stone masonry services include the commercial sector if you require the construction of bridges, estate walls or feature stonework, our professional team possesses the skills to handle the project.
Our Director, Ethan Gardam, pursued the industry after being introduced to it by his stonemason dad. Since then, he’s had the vision of providing customers with a sense of fulfilment. It’s been over 12 years, and we continue growing and have now developed a reputation for being a leader in the industry.
Contact us if you require any stonework, whether in a commercial or residential setting.