Stone Fabrication

Stone Fabrication is the process in which you become the artist. As the artist, you are able to re-create a particular stone of your choice. There are many ways in which a stone may be re-created. By using our fabrication techniques we can create stone furniture such as stone tables, benches, fountains, you name it and we can do it. Home markers, business signs, garden sayings, directional markers, monuments, and gifts are some of the many ideas for the use of rock signs and rock art. Images, artwork and words may be composed to produce a message in stone... permanent and maintenance free. 12 - Lodi War Memorial donor addition Mike
Each stone fabrication piece created for your custom designed rockscape will add special nuances to your project. Whether it is a monument sign that commemorates your custom designed rockscape, or a relaxing fountain that is the signature of your unique landscape design, we have what you need to make your artistic rockscape come to life.

Boulders, slabs, flagstone or cobble, all with their own uniqueness of color and form, may be used to project your message or image. We can also build monument signs, sculpture pieces, counter tops, address markers, engravings, and the list goes on… Our Stone Fabricators are continually creating unique pieces out of natural stone.

Natural Rock Formation, Inc.’s Fabrication Center features fabrication techniques such as Cutting stone, Polishing, Honing, Core Drilling, Stone Heat Flaming , Stone Sandblasting, Texturing stone and much more. Let’s not forget to mention that we offer delivery, bobcat and crane services, skilled masons, formation design, and installation. 

We take great pride in our ability to concentrate and focus our detailed workmanship towards each individual Rock Art project. We take none for granted, nor mass produce. Each piece of rock art is well considered and thought out in preparation for its creation. We can help transform that dream into reality.

With all of these services available plus our lush Walking Gardens, why would you want to go anywhere else?