Over the years the main objective for me has been to create the most eye catching and aesthetically pleasing masonry that I possibly can. To achieve this, when I would complete a job, I would look it over for long periods of time to find flaws that I felt took away from the beauty of the work in some small way. On the next project I would revise the process and continue to eliminate these flaws, however small they were. With this approach we would create more and more beautiful, durable masonry projects.
I realize that for many people this attention to detail is unnecessary but for many of my customers it is what they want and expect from me. With that said, if a customer asks me to produce a less refined product either to match existing masonry or meet budget restraints, we are able to do that. We also have rules for our stone patterns that we follow making for a much more aesthetically pleasing class of stonework. These rules make the stonework harder and more time consuming to produce than typical industry standard stonework.