Here are a few pictures sent to us from our customer who needed a foundation repair in Monongahela, PA. A car ran into the foundation of this early 1900s bungalow, blasting a sizable hole and destorying the historic rock face block. With our exact replicas...

Being in the business of manufacturing historic building materials, we often get to work with clients who have some pretty neat properties.  The Lakeside Inn happens to be one of those properties.  Settled in the town of Mount Dora, FL, one hour north of Orlando, is the...

Earlier this spring our owner ventured up to Minnesota for a family wedding.  Little did he know it would take place at the gorgeous facility of one of our customers!  Settled in the gently rolling hills of Minnesota’s Sogn Valley, just south of Minneapolis, is...

Not only is rock face (rusticated) concrete block found on homes and commercial buildings across the country, it was also frequently used to construct farm buildings during the early 20th century.  Makers of the block machines specifically targeted farmers, encouraging them to use rock face block...

Sometimes you have to look closely, but rock face block, also commonly referred to as rusticated concrete block or ornamental concrete block, can be found on historic homes and buildings all over the United States and Canada. Around the turn of the 20th century there was a...