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FAQ
F R E Q U E N T L Y   A S K E D   Q U E S T I O N S

-How much does a pallet of stone weigh?
    3,000- 4,200lbs.

-How much does your limestone weigh?
    Our native Kansas limestone weighs 
    approximately   140 lbs per cubic foot.


-What are some examples of average weights of
 individual items?
    Fence Post: (8in x 8in x 6ft) 400lbs
    Lintel: (4ft x 18in x 7in) 500 lbs


-How much coverage can I get per ton? Per
 truckload?
    Full Size (8in thick) stone: about 20 square feet of
    wall or floor per ton. (A full 24 ton truckload will
    cover 480 square feet.)


-What are the different ways the stone can be
 faced and/or dressed?
    Our reclaimed antique limestone can be split
    faced,  pitch faced, sawn or axed. (Building
    stone is most  commonly pitch faced or axed.
    Limestone fence  posts are split faced).


-Do you supply samples?
    Samples are available upon request. We ask that
    you pay the shipping costs for the samples. There
    is no cost for the sample itself.


-How soon will my order be filled?
    The rate at which you receive your order is
    dependent on several factors including the type
    of order and time of year. All orders are filled in a
    reasonable amount of time and we will work with
    you to meet any deadlines you may have.

 

 

 

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