Eco­s­tone Prod­ucts

Eco­s­tone Prod­ucts

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For nearly a quar­ter cen­tury Eco­s­tone Prod­ucts has pro­vided the en­dur­ing beauty of stone. To­day, their thin stone ve­neers are quar­ried and shaped to match time­less aes­thet­ics with au­then­tic ap­peal. Eco­s­tone was first a man­u­fac­turer of El­do­rado Stone, a con­sumer favourite. “We have moved out of man­u­fac­tur­ing but still of­fer it as it re­mains the stone of choice for dis­cern­ing builders,” shares Gen­eral Man­ager, Preston Mur­ray.

Eco­s­tone is also a sup­plier of Erth Cov­er­ings, Lux­s­tone, and their own unique line of house­branded man­u­fac­tured and nat­u­ral stone ve­neers at their new lo­ca­tion at 4860-35 Street SE in Cal­gary. “For ease of se­lec­tion we of­fer many choices of stone within a sin­gle price point so that both builders and home­own­ers can ac­cess a va­ri­ety of stone from our wall pal­ettes that falls within their bud­get,” cites Mur­ray. “We do a lot with DIY’S, help­ing them with all things in­stal­la­tion that in­cludes just enough mor­tar, me­tal lath, and dyes to com­plete the job.”

Rec­og­niz­ing a need to adapt and ex­pand their prod­uct of­fer­ing, their new­est lo­ca­tion al­lows them to store a larger in­ven­tory. They fur­ther stock nearly ev­ery­thing they sell, of­ten with same-day pickup, within 18,000 square feet of of­fice and show­room space that is open six days a week and of­fers an ad­di­tional two-acre yard for in­ven­tory.

“We re­cently added loose nat­u­ral stone ve­neers to our prod­uct lineup af­ter see­ing an in­creas­ing de­mand and wanted to of­fer it at a price be­low mar­ket,” ex­plains Mur­ray, not­ing that their Eco­s­tone nat­u­ral stone ve­neers were se­lected for the Cal­gary mar­ket. Ninety-de­gree cor­ner stones are cut by hand in all styles with 15 dif­fer­ent pro­files to choose from. Through an ex­panded dealer net­work, both Eco­s­tone lines are avail­able in Leth­bridge, Ed­mon­ton, and the Okana­gan. Eco­s­tone’s lower prices still en­sure the same 50-year war­ranties and au­then­tic ap­peal.

“Peo­ple come in with a photo and we can tell you who made it, the name of the stone, and if it’s still avail­able,” ad­mits Mur­ray. “We have the most ex­pe­ri­enced staff in town.”

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