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Reclaimed Stones

Steps, Treads and Landings

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One of the most common uses for reclaimed stone is to convert it into steps, landings for treads.  One characteristic of reclaimed stone steps is that a weathered riser has so much character and patina that the eye picks up.  

Monolithic steps

Made from solid stone 6-8” thick a monolithic stone step reclaimed from an old building or used as a repurposed piece of curbing makes a unique and timeless statement.

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Live edge steps

Live edge steps are generally created from weathered old granite blocks. The blocks are sliced like a loaf of bread, leaving a perfectly flat top and a weathered “live” edge or riser. 

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Treads

Treads are essentially the top layer of a step and are generally 2” thick or so.  Stone Farm makes treads from old granite leaving a weathered tread and riser, but at a thickness that allows for maximum flexibility. 

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Landings

Entering or exiting a doorway by stepping onto a massive slab of stone can certainly make a statement.  Stone Farm salvages old granite blocks or landings that were part of an old building.  Stone Farm considers a landing to be any step that is at least 4’ long and 2’ deep...but we really like them big! (show two photos)

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