Flathead ValleyWinter 2017 HOMES SET IN STONE Montana Rockworks provides stone for connecting a home with the surrounding land and to balance the nuances of design, as well as the skilled craftsmanship and exacting cuts that maximize each stone’s beauty and functionality. Since forever, we have built our homes from rock and found artistic expression […]
Sun ValleyWinter 2017 BEAUTY BALANCED IN STONE Stone is significant to mountain homes whether inside, part of the surrounding landscape, or as the home’s base. Montana Rockworks provides stone varieties to harmonize with locations and balance the nuances of design, as well as the skilled craftsmanship for exacting cuts to maximize the stone’s beauty and […]
A Castle on the Prairie Posted on 26 October 2016 Over 6,200 square feet of custom-cut stone from Montana Rockworks was used in the home. Errol Fischer of Calgary did the masonry and was awarded an Award of Merit in the 2015 Alberta Masonry Design Awards. Stone from Montana anchors prairie home By David […]
One of the most desirable aspects of natural stone are its limitless possibilities. Here at Montana Rockworks we have been continuing to raise the bar with our natural stone products. Most recently we have introduced stone fusion blends. What is that you may ask? Well let me break it down for you. In the natural stone world generally there are styles of […]
MONTANA ROCKWORKS Building with Permanence Earth is made of rock, from the tallest mountains to the floor of the deepest ocean, with thousands of different types gracing the planet. Most rocks at Earth’s surface are formed from only eight elements—oxygen, silicon, aluminum, iron, magnesium, calcium, potassium, and sodium. But, what is unique, is that all […]
One of the MANY great aspects of thin veneer is that as a home or project owner, you can install it yourself if you so choose! I myself have installed natural stone thin veneer quite a bit and will honestly say it is blast! Of course you are working with natural stone, so its not going to be a peel […]
What is Natural Stone Thin Veneer? Natural stone is a desirable, durable building material going back thousands of years. Because of certain weight limitations with full bed natural stone, manufactured, also known as faux stone, became an alternative. However this product only gave the impression of stone on the project. As the popularity and demand […]
WHEN TALENTED PROFESSIONALS TALK, WE LISTEN. WELCOME TO WESTERN HOME JOURNAL’S SHOPTALK Admit it, you have an inquiring mind, and you want to know about the team building your dream home. We understand the inclination. So we decided to bring you ShopTalk, conversations with the talented pros designing, building, and outfitting your homes. BILL CARTER […]
In the world of architectural stone, there are more and more options available to the building market. Along with the extended choices, comes some confusion over terminology. To help with this confusion we would like to take a moment to explain the different options available with natural stone. Full Thickness: Stone with natural bed depth; […]
ROCK SOLID. This amazing Montana home really brings the outdoors inside! With Chief Cliff stone from Montana Rockworks installed and incredible attention to detail throughout, this home is as eye-catching as they come!
This spectacular home, built by Steven Fine Homes, is adorned with our Highlands Ledge thin veneer stone.
This home is an incredible portrayal of rustic Montana living! Each room has its own unique design attributes. This home was installed with our McGregor Lake stone throughout.
Montana Rockworks’ Chief Cliff cutback stone is featured on the cover of this issue of Masonry Magazine. This project, at Washington Square, also won the MIW Masonry Institute of Washington Excellence Masonry awards for “Judge’s Choice” and “Commercial Over $1million”! […]
This exquisite home was installed with our Castle Rock full thickness Ledge and Squares & Rectangles. Every room in this home was designed with incredible detail creating an awe-inspiring dream home – deeming it the Mountain Living magazine’s Home of the year in 2006! […]
This article was published just 2 years into the business, at this point Montana Rockworks had already grown over 300% and continuing to rise!! […]