This page will be updated with a few more before and after pictures in a bit.

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Additional stone was added around and above the front door as well as the two columns.
The carpenters gave the front porch a cathedral type ceiling to open the space up more.

Front porch completed with Dove Gray and Bluestone.

Stone After

CornerStone4 LLC

Brick Before

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The stoop top was beginning to crack so we removed that and poured a new slab.
The carpentry crew removed the posts and railings and provided supports while the porch was being renovated.

We are a licensed masonry company proudly serving central Virginia to include the counties of Chesterfield, Colonial Heights, Goochland, Hanover, Henrico, Louisa, Mechanicsville, Midlothian, Powhatan, Richmond, and anywhere inbetween.  Don't settle
for a masonry contractor that hires out their work and then doesn't supervise the quality of your masonry project.  We will provide
​you with the projected cost up front, in writing and then be there to install or repair your brick, block, or stone ourselves.  Locally owned and family operated, no job is too small.  Give us a call!

Stone Foundation Veneer

In Midlothian, VA these homeowners wanted to update their home with stone.

After transforming their chimney, the next task was to update the brick foundation on their
​home and garage, as well as their front porch.