Building in the Mountains Isn't Easy
If you want all your efforts to last, you need to build with materials that withstand the extremes of our environment. Stone is nature's ultimate building material. Stone is what mountains are literally made of for a reason. Stones resist all that mountain weather sends its way and still looks good year after year.
American Stone is bringing our full line of stone products to Heber to make it easier to build landscapes and structures that last. Conveniently located in the foothills on the eastside of Heber City at 6400 E Lake Creek Road. Just 5 miles East from the junction of US-189 and US-40 in Heber. The location is freely accessible from Summit and Wasatch counties without the drive down and back up from the heat of the Salt Lake Valley.
The stone products that are produced from quarries in our local mountains are also discounted at the Summer Outlet. Everyone saves when you buy local products locally.
Crushed White Onyx
Quarried from an area that once was under the ancient Lake Bonneville in the west desert of Utah, Onyx White will actually bleach even whiter with exposure to sunlight.
Crushed Cherokee Sandstone
Crushed red sandstone contrasts and complements green plantings. The 3-4" size is less inviting to foot traffic, but not impassable. Works great set around larger flagstone.
Control Erosion Naturally
Hold soil in-place and let the water percolate into the ground. Stone retaining walls and landscape slabs control runoff and give you level living areas. Stone patios also let water and snow pass without the destruction.
Save Water, Money and Time
Keep your yard looking good without all of the maintenance. Many plants don't grow well at higher altitudes without a lot of extra care. Sidestep the weekly chores by putting down decorative ground cover once.
Natural Stone Veneer
Retaining all of the benefits of stone, but with the speed of modern construction. Natural Thin Stone Veneer is real stone. Just thin. It shields your building from the weathering and rot brought on by mountain conditions.