Dry laid stone, or dry stacking, ┬áis a technique of laying stone walls without the use of mortar. The walls are held together by interlacing the stones, and rely on gravity to bind them together. They are laid on a granular footing, and will actually move (slightly) with the movement of the ground. I’ve developed a unique style of my own, combining different types of stone, years of experience, and a trained eye to achieve spectacular results.



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