What is "dry stone building?"
Dry stone building is skillfully setting each stone and relying on gravity (weight of the stones) and frictional resistance (or stones making contact at as many points as possible). Absolutely no mortar or cement is utilized.
What are the advantages to "dry stone building?"
-Provides for natural drainage without damage
-Is more durable, versatile and functional
-No concrete footing required
-Blends with nature and aesthetically-pleasing
-Requires virtually no maintenance.
What tools do you use?"
-All stone projects are hand-chiseled with hammers and carbide tip chisels. Really large stones may be drilled or snapped with power stone splitter.