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3 Reasons to Use Limestone

There are many great options for making your masonry structure, and because each material is so unique, one kind might be better suited to your project than others. In this post, let’s take a look at the benefits of limestone and whether it could be the right choice for you.


When it comes to masonry projects, materials like limestone and marble are perfect for customization. Limestone, in particular, comes in a large range of colors and patterns, whether you’re looking for neutral, dark, light, or vibrant colors like green. In addition to variety in colors, limestone can be cut and shaped into many different configurations. This is why you’ll see limestone used for everything from kitchen counters to columns and signage.


Limestone is also known for its resilience and durability. In fact, you can find many historical buildings and monuments still standing today that were constructed of limestone. You won’t have to sacrifice substance for style when you are designing a custom limestone piece. For this reason, If you are looking for a material for an outdoor structure, then limestone could be a perfect choice.


Natural stone tends to be costly, but in this case, limestone is an exception to the rule. Because limestone is a sedimentary rock, that is made of sediments that naturally compress over time, it makes it easier to source and process. This combined with limestone’s variety and durability, and you will get more than your money’s worth.

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Whether you are ready to start your next masonry project or are still hesitant and have questions, Del Prete Masonry is here to help. We have the experience and expertise to get it right the first time. Questions? Want to visit some of our residential or commercial projects? Ready to set up a consultation? Feel free to give us a call at 410-683-0650 or visit us online. We are happy to serve Baltimore City and County, Harford County, Carroll County, Anne Arundel County, and Howard County. To see examples of our work and to keep up with our new and exciting projects, be sure to Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest.

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