Stone Masonry & Landscape Design for Your Home
Kelly Masonry & Design, Inc. specializes in a variety of custom interior and exterior natural stone masonry projects in Sullivan County, Orange County, Ulster County, and Delaware County in New York. We design for and build natural stone masonry projects that range from free-standing stone walls, retaining walls, veneered homes and fireplaces, to bluestone patios and steps. Let Kelly Masonry & Design welcome you to the natural beauty and inherent value of natural stone and its many applications for your home, office, or specialized project.
Please take the time to look over our portfolio. All projects are custom and completed to suit the clients’ personal design and expectations. Our design services cover a range of scale, detail, & natural elements that are specific to each experience. Discover even more project photos, during construction and after completion, on our Facebook, Instagram, and Houzz pages.
Stone is the perfect complement to any property or home!
What is Bluestone?
New York and Pennsylvania Bluestone is a form of strong sandstone formed from glacial deposits over 300 million years ago. This type of bluestone is unique to this part of the country. Generally characterized by its deep-blue color, bluestone can also exhibit a full range of colors depending on the mineral content. Colors ranging from orange (iron) to deep purples (copper) are not uncommon. Since it is a natural product no two pieces are alike. Bluestone is used for both structural and decorative uses, commonly used for walkways, patios, countertops, and fireplaces.
Recent Posts on The Sullivan County Stone Mason Blog
The Beaverkill Covered Bridge, which was rehabilitated earlier this year featuring stone masonry work by Kelly Masonry & Design, Inc., has received the 2017 New York State Historic Preservation Award to honor excellence in the protection and rejuvenation of a beloved state historic landmark. Click here to read the full article. At the Awards Ceremony in Albany on December 7, 2017, Patrick Kelly and his work was mentioned in remarks … read more