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Random Granite Curb Piece Driveway

The nature of our business results in clients achieving their dream project. For this family in Maryland, we were able to provide generation 1 reclaimed granite curbing pieces for a unique driveway installation. It all started off with a drawing in CAD, and drawing became a reality.


Bed and Breakfast Project

A charming bed and breakfast recently decided to update their infrastructure, landscape, and hardscape. The owners of the small business wanted to enhance their brand by using reclaimed materials throughout their property, adding to the charm and appeal of their delightful vacation destination.


Trip to India

This winter, our General Manager, Scott Smith, went to India to explore the stone quarries and opportunities to bring some new stone product into our markets. India is an amazing country filled with incredible people. They are generous and kindhearted as a matter of daily life.


Parker’s Alley at Shinola Hotel Project

The Shinola Hotel, located in the heart of the Detroit, Michigan’s historic Woodward shopping district, is a 129-room boutique hotel. The Shinola brand is rooted in celebrating the appreciation of quality products and experiences and has an unwavering commitment to making lasting things.


Ralph C. Wilson Gateway Project

Last summer we partnered with multiple organizations to provide our beautiful reclaimed products to a project along the Buffalo Waterfront with the New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation, along with the grant assistance of the Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. Foundation.


Trinity Church Restoration Project

In 2019, we were honored to be a part of a very special restoration project for Trinity Church Wall Street in New York City. Enjoy this photographic journey through the project powered by Experienced Brick and Stone's reclaimed products on full display.


Enhance your project with our reclaimed products

Our antique street pavers, cobblestones and landscaping materials will give your space the unique, historic touch it deserves.