Indiana Limestone Hardscapes

Backyard Ideas

If you’re looking for a natural stone to use in your hardscape design, Indiana limestone is a great option. This durable stone can be used in a variety of ways to add beauty and function to your outdoor space. Here are a few ideas of how you can use Indiana limestone in your hardscape: 1.

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Natural Limestone Carved Fireplace

Artists in Stone

There’s something about the look of carved limestone that instantly says “class.” It’s a traditional material that’s been used for centuries in everything from castles to cathedrals, and its unique qualities make it ideal for carving. Indiana limestone is a type of limestone that’s particularly well-suited for carving. It’s softer than other types of limestone,

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Philanthropy in Stone

Philanthropy is prevalent in almost every sector of business. Due to the durability, quality, and timeless nature of Indiana Limestone, it is often looked at as the perfect material for memorials, monuments, and historical restorations. At Indiana Limestone Fabricators, we try to stay connected to the community by participating in philanthropic projects we feel are not

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Old Sanders Quarry

Why Indiana Limestone?

Why? Well, where do we start? Indiana Limestone is perhaps one of the Nation’s most treasured natural building materials. From coast to coast, Indiana Limestone is utilized in building projects of all imaginable sizes and scope.  The interesting thing, however, is the incredible opportunity the everday DIYer has to enjoy the durability, longevity, and beauty

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Timeless Beauty

It is unlikely you travel any amount of distance without seeing a Natural Indiana Limestone building. Whether the neighbor’s mailbox or the towering facade of the Empire State Building, limestone quarried in Central Indiana has been a sought after building material for over two centuries. Though not commercially quarried until 1927, Indiana Limestone was used

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