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Nashville masonry and stone installation professionals ( stonework and brickwork.) New and Repairs.

New stonework.

Using the right professional for natural stonework is essential to a good looking result. We will be able to help you get new stonework / masonry work installed. Call us today Quigley’s Landscaping 615-715-8216

Existing stonework and masonry repairs.

Time passes and hardscapes age and can be damaged, this is when you will want to call us to help with repairs to existing stonework / masonry work. Quigley’s Landscaping 615-715-8216

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See our work and more at our hardscape site Nashville Hardscapes. We can match your existing shape, color, or pattern of materials already present to enhance and perfect the feel of your outdoor living space.

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We install all Natural Stone Products that enhance your home’s architecture in the Nashville area. We can help you pick out colors and styles like country rustic that go well with what you have. We would like to install your Natural Stone Patio, Walkway, or Retaining Wall.

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How to build a block wall and apply with natural stone veneer.

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How to build a block wall and apply with natural stone veneer.

Nashville Wall stone veneer

Block walls, constructed of concrete masonry units (CMU), are most common in the residential arena as home foundations.
In commercial settings, and a growing number of residences, CMU walls are also used to frame exterior walls. These exterior walls offer strength, durability, and quite often, a backdrop for brick or stone veneers.

In the commercial arena, most veneers are made of brick because of its uniformity and relative ease of installation over a large surface area. A larger percentage of residential homes prefer natural stone veneer because of its aesthetic and individual appeal.
Block walls covered with natural stone veneer are significantly more expensive than other types of cladding, but the smaller surface area — usually limited to the front or street side of the house — creates anNashville Home exterior natural stone veneer affordable project for homeowners as well as adding substantial resale value to the home.

Covering a block wall with natural stone veneer does require some extra
considerations, mostly due to the weight of the stone itself. A footing must
be poured beneath the wall, as per usual, but a ledge must be created to
support the veneer. Stone veneer is typically about four inches thick. The
veneer ledge is designed to be slightly recessed from the finished stone
edge and should be equipped with a metal drip edge as part of a flashing
system to vent air and moisture from behind the veneer.

As the block wall is constructed, metal strips are installed at regular
intervals, set in the mortar between CMU blocks. These strips, often called
brick ties, are designed to hold the veneer to the block wall and prevent it from tipping or collapsing.

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*Given these two additions, the block wall to be covered by natural stone veneer is generally built as follows:*

l . Footing is poured, taking into account several structural considerations including the veneer ledge. A block wall is constructed atop the footing, complete with steel reinforcing bars, mortar and metal strips. 2.  A vapor or weather barrier is first applied to bare block wall, overlapping the flashing system at the base of the wall; that flashing consists of a metal drip edge, base metal flashing (running at least 8″ up the block wall), and a drainage mat with weep holes for condensation run-off. (Natural stone is naturally porous, which is why the weather barrier is necessary.) In some applications rigid, foam insulation is installed beneath the block wall and veneer.
Nashville Retaining Wall natural stone veneer

And  Finally, the natural stone veneer may be installed.

There are man-made stone veneers which are thinner, lighter, and easier to install. From a distance these veneers have the exact look of natural stone and thus have grown in popularity in recent years as manufacturers perfected
the art of imitation. Still for many there is no replacing the natural look and feel of real stone. Where as once natural stones comprised the entire wall structure, that model is simply too heavy and inefficient for the modern home; hence the rise and continued dominance of natural stone veneers.
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How to build a fieldstone wall.

The individuality of field stone lies less in the type of stone as it does in
how the stone is found. The term fieldstone, and the stone itself, came from
old farms. Every spring, following the frosts and snowy blanket of winter,
farmers would have to contend with stones pushed up by frost heaving during
the cold months. These stones littered the farmers’ fields, which they could
not successfully plow with removing them. The rocks were piled off to the
side and later used in retaining walls or foundations.

How to Build a Nashville Fieldstone Wall.What is fieldstone used for?

It is used mostly as building blocks for retaining walls, walkways, and patios (usually small garden walls) that fieldstone survives today. Although it is also used as a veneer on home exteriors. Fieldstone offers a rustic, natural beauty and strength that is unparalleled. A properly built fieldstone wall can last for hundreds of years without even a drop of mortar (called dry-stacking). As evidence, many walls built in colonial
times
still stand on farmland today.

 

How long does it take to build a fieldstone wall?

Building a fieldstone wall can take a good deal of time, mostly for
selecting and separating stones, but the result will be worth the effort.
There is a significant amount of art and patience that goes into a
fieldstone wall. Many professional masons and
landscapers spend years
cultivating an eye for this work. The process is rather simple
but, for the DIY adventurist, be prepared to take some time and have fun in
doing so.

The Fieldstone process.

The process begins with some measurements and a trip to the local quarry.
To determine how much stone you’ll need,
simply measure the length and height of the wall and take these numbers to
your local quarry or masonry supplier. On average, for an 18-inch wide wall,  one ton of stone will be needed per 10 feet of wall lengthwise.

Categories of fieldstone.

The two main categories of fieldstone are aged and quarried: *aged
fieldstone* having been out of the ground for more than 75 years and *
quarried* having been recently removed. Within these two categories there
are several different types of stone, most tied to a geographical
area, like<http://www.thecolonialstoneyard.com/>New England Flat or
South Bay Quartzite. Fieldstone comes either flat or
round as well. *Flat stones* are rougher and you’ll often seen masons
chipping away at them — or “dressing” them — so that stones will fit
perfectly together. *Round stones* are typically used as is.

Footing and prepping the area for your fieldstone wall.

In preparation, all grass, sod, and other debris should be cleared away. You
should then dig a footing to stabilize your wall. Make it roughly 4-6 inches
deep and as wide as 2/3 as the height of the wall and run the full length.
The footing should be dug out evenly and the soil tamped down adequately.
Then fill the footing 3 to 4-inches crushed stone and tamp that. Crushed Lime stone is essential to a properly built fieldstone wall. It provides drainage to
prevent water from backing up behind the wall and to keep the wall from
shifting during winter frost heaving.

Building the wall.

Next lay the base stones. These should be large, flat, heavy, and wide. For
an 18-inch wall, try to lay two-foot stones at the base. Be sure to fill in
behind the wall with more crushed stone as you build it up. All joints
should be staggered to provide both strength and a professional and
aesthetic appeal. As the wall is built up, it is important — in addition to
back filling with crushed stone as you go — to lean the wall back slightly
into the hill or raised bed. This will ensure a strong and sturdy wall.

Sorting fieldstone for your wall.

Whether on pallets or not, you will have to do some sorting ahead of the
corner stones, and face stones. Cap stones are large, smooth, and heavy for
the top of the wall. Base stones are large, flat, and wide for a strong
foundation. Corner stones will have at least one 90 degree edge. And face
stones have one flat edge suitable to make up the face of the wall.

Sloping your fieldstone wall for rain.

As you build, not all stones will set down level and easy. In that case you
can use smaller stones or crushed stone to shim the larger stone until it is
sturdy and roughly level. It is okay to tip the stones just slightly down
toward the outside of the wall to promote water runoff. Capping the wall
should be done with large, heavy stones. Their size and weight will help
keep the stones in the wall from shifting. The wall is finished when you
reach the final grade of the flower bed or earth to be retained, allowing
rain water to run off the top of the wall.

Settling and your fieldstone wall.

As the fieldstone settles, some holes or gaps may appear. Simply keep an eye
on things and fill with earth or extra crushed stone when necessary.
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Mortar can be temperamental.

Mortar and concrete harden at different rates depending on humidity and temperature, some areas require more gravel or less concrete. We are not responsible for whether your patio is a success, you must seek as much information as possible before undertaking a project like this. Mistakes are easily made and not easily undone!

Dalton Quigley of Quigley’s Landscaping on December 29, 2013

Steps to Mark Out and Find your Patio Space

Step 1. is to measure out the area to be made into a patio, this will help with figuring out materials for the project to see if it is affordable and if it will match with your furniture and use needs like entertaining / relaxing.

Step 2. Mark the area out with paint, flags, or stakes. Paint will help to develop the exact shape and position of the patio while flags are the quickest and easiest they can also be reused. Steaks should be used just prior to building the new stone patio because you can measure up and down the steak to determine the depth as well as tie strings for evaluating the slope and level of the patio for completion. All stakes must be riven down into the ground 8″ to 1′ deep at least they will need to be very stable.

Step 3. Find your corners and long spans at the very ends of these areas is where you will place stakes. You will need to buy and use masonry string and it is convenient to use a small line level. Line levels have a bubble inside of a small level that attaches to your string, when attaching a string line it is important to place it where you want the finished patio surface to be so tie your string very firmly from one end of where the patio will begin to where it will end starting at the upper end and ending at the lower. Since you will have no idea where the patio should actually finish with being sloped for rain water the slope instructions are below:

Slope Instructions ( Make a level string across your span and starting from the upper area streatch your string very tightly to the lower area. Make your string perfectly level you can do this with a laser level, string line level, or any method you choose. Once the string is perfectly level you will need to do a little math. The proper slope for a patio is 1″ ever 8′ so measure out how long your distance is, take this number and divide by 8 and you answer will tell you how many inches of slope you patio will need. Now take this slope number and measure down your stake on the lower end of your patio. Since your string is level and you now know how much lower it needs to go you will make a mark on the stake at the area where your string will need to go. Remember once set up your string is your guide to help know where you will wind up with the finished surface.)

Step 4. Now that you know where you need to wind up lets see how far down you need to go. Some areas require more or less gravel, and concrete levels to deal with frost and sinking. Our example will use 4″ of gravel and 4″ of concrete.

Formulas for Gravel, Concrete, and Stone

Example – 4″ gravel thickness, 4″ Concrete thickness, 1 1/2″ thick stone with mortar so allow 3″ for this. Now lets add this up. 4″ + 4″ + 3″ = 11″ of total depth.

So for materials you will need to do you length x width x depth.

Take each one lets say gravel – so gravel is length of the area x the width of the area x 4″ which is .25 and when you do this math it appears like this below:

10’L x 10’W x .25 = 25′

10′ x 10′ = 100 —- 100 x.25 = 25’cu ft

Once you know everything you will need material wise you will need to dig out the space and this will give you some extra topsoil to be used somewhere else.

Building the Stone Patio

1. Place your gravel into the space to be made into a patio and compact out the air, make the area sloped like you want the patio at the end of the project to be sloped. Use your line to measure down to see what level you are at as you go along. Remember to minus off the 4″ for gravel you added on so you are at the proper depth.

2. Pour concrete into the space and spread it out using your line to measure down to see what level you are at as you go along. Remember to minus off the other 4″ so you know your proper level. When you measure down from your string you should get the same number at the other end.

3. Mortar on the flagstone using the method in the video. Put the mortar in the gaps of flagstone, it will be messy and that is ok the mortar will come off later if you remove it within a few hours.

4. Scrape off the excess mortar after it has sat for a few minutes to harden a bit. You can take this mortar you have scraped off to use in the joints near the one you are at that you are working in the direction of.

5. Using a couple of sponges and bucket of water dip your sponge and ring it out, not too wet or ou will mess up the previous steps. Just we but not dripping. Wipe off the excess mortar while smoothing the area. Ring out and get the sponge cleaned up for doing more work as you go along. How you do some things may be different in your area due to different conditions and materials.

6. Lastly you will need to clean the film off of your stone, caution do not use acid as this will change the color of the stone. The color change is not a good one as it take the pleasant bright colors out and makes stone turn gray.

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We are not responsible for the any results of any persons patio. Every area is different and materials may vary. Proceed with caution whenever you are building a hard surface.

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Locations in the Nashville area. Our suppliers have an extensive lineup of Natural Stone products:
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How to make a garden border with stone
How to make a outdoor fireplace
How to build a Natural Stone Waterfall

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Nashville Drystack Walls, locations and installers in Nashville, Brentwood, Franklin, Spring Hill, Smyrna, Murfreesboro, and Nolensville TN.

Nashville drystack walls photos below:
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This first above image is a dry stack stone wall.
drystack garden border Nashville drystack wall

The above image is a dry stack garden border with irregular shaped pieces of stone.

nashville natural stone pallette of stone Nashville drystack wall

The above image is a pallet of flagstone, if this stone were made into a drystack wall it would look very similar to how it is here.
drystack vineers Nashville drystack wall

The above image is a dry stack veneer mortared onto concrete block.

What are drystack walls?

Drystack walls are retaining walls or decorative walls that have the appearance of stone without mortar between the joints. Our suppliers have an extensive lineup of dry stack natural stone products:

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Build a dry stack wall, dry stack garden border, or mortar on a dry stack styled veneer. Visit our locations to buy your dry stack field stone by the palette.
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Nashville dry stack stone locations and installers in Nashville, Brentwood, Franklin, Spring Hill, Smyrna, Murfreesboro, and Nolensville TN.

Photos below of different types of dry stack stone.

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This first above image is a dry stack stone wall.
drystack garden border

The above image is a dry stack garden border with irregular shaped pieces of stone.
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The above image is a pallet of flagstone, the look of a wall made of this material is similar to how you see it here.
drystack veneers

The above image is a dry stack veneer that has been cut off of real stone and is now mortared onto concrete block.

What is dry stack stone?

Dry stack is the common term for a stone wall where the mortar is hidden and the joints look like there is no mortar. The wall and veneer hold together just fine because the lower areas of stone hold up the upper areas and all have mortar that is hidden from view. Sometimes small metal tabs are used to help the mortar grip the concrete block for a better grip to the block.

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Dry stack Stone for Veneers, Dry stack field stone, and even Dry stack walls can be made of boulders.

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Nashville Red Lava Rock locations and place to buy in the Nashville, Brentwood, Franklin, Spring Hill, Smyrna, Murfreesboro, and Nolensville TN areas.

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The above photo is red lava rock close up.

What is red lava rock?

Red lava rock is lava from an extinct volcano that is red in color. This brightly colored lava rock is great when you need a redish color to brighten your landscape beds.

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Nashville Black Lava Rock locations and place to buy in the Nashville, Brentwood, Franklin, Spring Hill, Smyrna, Murfreesboro, and Nolensville TN areas.

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The above photo is of black lava close up.

What is black lava?

Black lava rock is just exactly what it’s name says black lava rocks. Black lava is dug from extinct volcanoes to give a pure black color that is great in landscape beds because everything contrasts with black. Your colorful plants stand out brightly with a black lava rock mulch beneath them.

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Locations in the Nashville area. They have an extensive lineup of Natural Stone products including Black Lava Rock. Black lava is a hard to find natural stone. Our suppliers carry black lava as often as they can locate it. Right now they have a great supply of black lava visit the buy stone link up above to ask about how much is in supply.

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