Rock, Stone and Sand Yard, Inc. supplies a wide variety of stone products to meet all of your building and landscaping needs. Flagstone, stacking stone, and fieldstone for patios, fireplaces, walkways, waterfalls, garden walls, or anything your imagination can conceive. Our vast selection includes stone for any landscape project, including:
With proper planning and design, you can create patios, pathways, pools, decks, driveways, retaining walls, curbs, garden walls, landscaping features, and entrances. Visit RSSY to start planning your next project.
Snapped Stone (or “chopped” stone) is large, natural stone that is broken or “snapped” along its edges. This gives a roughly rectangular appearance and an ease of use in landscape construction projects.
Blue Tumble Wallstone is a polished, tumbled stone similar to patterned patio bluestone. It is generally a medium to light blue with edges softened in an industrial tumbler. It is also available in a larger patio surface size.
One of the most popular dry-stack stones, Carolina Rose Flagstone contains high levels of iron that create the lovely palette of rosy reds throughout this stone. Experts recommend applying a sealant to prevent staining from “bleeding”.
Available in colors of gray, rose and rust, Carolina Rose Thick stone is used in larger walls or mixed with thin stone for a multi-dimensional feel. “Stack” design a landscape with complementary stones in Hand-Split Thin Veneer, Quarried Building Stone, Irregular Flagstone and Boulders.
Carolina Rose Thin Cut stone is ideal for building stack stone walls, garden edging and stone veneers. The stone thickness ranges from 3/4" to 11/2" . Colors range from creamy to dark brown, gray, dark blue, black, green and burgundy.
Catawba Brown is a coarse-grain flagstone accented with random shades of gray, this natural stone varies according to the location of the mine. Buy your product at one time with overages calculated in to avoid having to mix flagstone from different quarries.
The color of Chocolate Gray Flagstone is a two-tone gray-brown, predominantly gray with brown undertones. With a bed thickness of ¾” – 2” one ton of stone will cover approximately 110 square feet.
A highly popular stone with a two-tone color range in gray-brown. The color variations on the edges of this stone make it a superb natural stone for dry-stack walls. At a depth of 4”-6” expect one ton to equal roughly 40-45 vertical square feet or 20-25 sq. ft. of dry stack.
A bi-color gray stone running the range of dark gray with a brown an almost white gray shading. Variations include Hand-Split Thin Veneer, Quarried Building Stone, Irregular Flagstone, Boulders, Snapped Veneer, Snapped Veneer Corners and Snapped Chocolate Gray Thick Building Stone.
Chocolate Gray Thin Cut stone is the number one natural stone veneer. Perfect for construction or wall enhancement, Chocolate Gray Thin is an ideal landscape wall material.
A medium size wall stone with roughly flat top and bottom surfaces make Colonial Wallstone ideal for a wide variety of stone wall applications. PA Colonial wallstone is also available in Thin and Heavy sizes. Nicolock offers a colonial wall system worthy of consideration.
Silver gray with white, brown and blue tones Desert Creek Flats is a natural stone veneer that covers 85-90 sq.ft at 1”-4” thickness. Desert Creek Flats is easy to apply and gives great results.
Dove Gray is a bi-color gray stone running gray to light brown in thin set and thick at 1½" - 2" or 4" - 6" approximate coverage will be 125 sq. ft. at ¾” – 1 ½” thickness, and 40 – 45 sq. ft. at 2” – 4” thickness.
An irregularly-shaped, smooth-surfaced emerald tinted gray/green stone with mica flecks and rust. ¾” – 2” thickness with approximate coverage of 100 – 110 sq. ft.
Emerald tinted gray-green natural stone veneer with some mica flecks and occasional rust tones. Covers 100 – 110 sq ft. per ton at a thickness of ¾"-1½”.
The timeless, elegant weathered beauty of fieldstone makes it the ideal choice for many landscape applications including indoor and outdoor fireplaces, stack stone walls, foundations, retaining walls and water features.
The stone of the gods can make a statement in your home landscape. Harvested from American quarries, our natural stone boulders are available in a wide range of sizes including specimen boulders.
Native flagstone step treads are ideal for creating natural stairs, steps and pathways in homes, commercial buildings, gardens, and landscapes. There are a variety of natural and faux stone steppers to create the look you want and the safety you need to comfortably navigate your landscape.
Cream with tan, gray and yellow overtones, a beautiful full veneer building stone. From 1-3” to 3-6”, Grandfather Mountain Garden Rounds will cover approximately 40 sq. ft. (1”-3”), or 35 sq. ft. (3”-6”). Also available in faux stone varieties.
To "flag" a stone is to make a stone thinner. Many "flagstones" are split or delaminated from larger blocks to form a smooth sheet of stone. On the other hand, river rock is round by the action of the water, unique to these Greenbriar Garden Rounds.
Use Greenbriar Flagstone for any exterior, custom stone, paver, or flagstone construction. Build driveways, walkways, walls, and outdoor fireplaces, design a patio, install flagstone construction, build facades, and much more for your landscape.
Greenbriar Tumble stone is a smooth, gray natural stone, and a first rate choice for elegant walkways and patios and coordinated stacking walls.
Greenbrier Limestone is exposed primarily in the Greenbrier Valley and in the Potomac Highlands and neighboring areas. Greenbrier Thick Limestone is also a source of crushed stone used in road building and making concrete. It is quarried extensively near Elkins and Morgantown, WV.
Speckled blue-gray with veinings of tan and rusty brown. Approximate coverage 40 sq.ft. per ton. Stepping stones are thick enough to place on loosened soil. Also used for step treads and wall cap stones.
A thin-veneer stone speckled blue-gray with veins of tan and rust-colored brown. Natural stone Hoopers Creek thin is a rich, dimensional natural stone facade.
Laurel Cabin Thick stone offers a soft blend of grey and tan with a natural rock face that stands out in almost any setting. Ideal for walls, flower beds & hearths. Laurel Cabin Thick is a rustic, rough-textured stone with many applications.
Maple Creek is a chocolate-gray smooth round edge stone 2”-6” thick. They make excellent garden steppers, bed borders, or pathway stones.
We have the area’s largest quality selection of rock and stone, quarried from Pennsylvania to the Carolinas. We mine select caverns, creeks, rivers, estuaries and hand-tool custom-cut selections. Plus we deliver directly to your location. Whatever color, cut or quantity of stone you need - for any size job - we deliver beyond your expectations.
Misty Green Thin Appalachian Mountain Stone in one ton baskets. Use for water gardens, thin veneering and dry wall stacking.
Mojave thine is a color burst of oranges and rusts with silver highlights. Veneer or Flat stack walls. 1” - 2” thickness with a face width of 6”- 24”. Average coverage is 100 sq. ft. /ton.
Suitable for stacked walls, flower beds patios, veneers, floors, stepping stones, walkways and hearths. 3”-6” thick with a face width of 4”-18”. Coverage is about 40 sq. ft./ton. A blend of oranges and rusts with silver highlights.
An angular stone with a smooth surface in multiple shades of brown mixed with grey, white and rust. Mountain Brown Thick is used in retaining walls, decorative gardens and landscape borders.
For new construction or remodelling, there is no better choice for exterior appearance, value and durability than Mountain Cabin Thin faux stone or natural stone veneers. Stone requires no painting or resurfacing and brings texture, tone and excitement to your building project.
A popular flat, irregular shaped sandstone with medium texture. Beige, brown, and white with pinkish-rust overtones, Palomino Flagstone with occasional yellow, gold, white or black speckling.
Palomino Thick is a light brown to yellow sandstone with a smooth surface. Simple to use in a dry-stack application.
Palomino thin stone displays light colors and a subtle blending of hues, sometimes within individual stones. Often used as a decorative facing for fireplaces, chimneys and house fronts where weight or space restrictions are important. Also ideal for dry-stack, freestanding or retaining walls that are 1″-3″ thick.
The mica in Silver Brown Thick adds sparkle and shimmer to this Quartz Schist blend, producing a rich, warm finished look.
A premium flagstone, the Silver Mist Thick offers unparalleled flagstone beauty and timeless elegance to your home landscape. Silver Mist Thick building stone offers a unique, beautiful color to create a highly exclusive look.
¾"-2¼" Silver Mist Thin gray stone with green highlights. Silvermist Slabs and Silvermist flagstone patio stones.
Silver Mist Building Flagstone coordinates with Silver Mist Thin for a stunning overarching landscape theme starring handsome Silver Mist garden edging.
Irregular shaped pieces are packed standing on edge. These are well-suited for patios, walkways and stepping stones. Selected stones are perfect for pool decking, porches and interior applications.
From dry stack walls to creek beds to retaining walls to patios, Sterling Rustic Thick is a versatile heavy-duty landscaping stone. Also available in Cultured Stone® Stone Veneer and other fake stone products.
Sterling Rustic thin stone offers a blend of gray to black color tones with visible depth. This product can be blended with other materials to add contrasting colors to the finished application. Natural Split Thin Veneer Schist is real building stone that can be used in projects inside or outside.
Vertical stone applications range from rustic materials to precision-cut Faux Stone panels. Ideal for stacking walls, manicured English gardens and contemporary landscape design.
AKA Mountain Laurel, Roan Valley Light Flagstone is a rustic light to medium brown sandstone with heavy overtones of raspberry, auburn and streaks of gray.
Roan Valley is a largely brown and tan stone with rust streaked through occasional pieces. It is quarried throughout the Appalachian Mountains of the Carolinas and Tennessee. Used in retaining walls, decorative gardens and landscape borders because of its thin pieces and great color, this popular dry-stack stone is stylish against houses in creams and browns.