Hearth & Stone Builders
7 Reviews
One of a kind small custom builder with very personal client focus design, creativity and quality craftsmanship. We collectively have over 55 years in the residential building business with experience in all aspects of the building industry, including degrees in Construction Management from Purdue University, as well as an architectural degree from Ball State University. We are passionate about what we do and how we do it. Building homes like we would for ourselves in a very practical and value oriented method. We run our business by the Golden Rule at Hearth & Stone Builders.

Services Provided
Custom Homes, Energy-Efficient Homes, House Plans, New Home Construction, Site Planning

Areas Served
Carmel, Fishers, Westfield, Noblesville
Contact: Mark Webber
Location: 2108 Kessler Blvd East Dr.
Indianapolis, IN 46220
Typical Job Costs: $575,000 - 1 million
Commented: What is the grey-ish wall color called? It did work very well! The walls are Benjamin Moore's "Smoke & Mirors" #CSP105. The GR ceiling is actually "Castle Gate" BM#CSP75.... a darker gray!
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Commented: Easy to build this bar? Love the concept! Pretty easy if you have the right materials... Old barn rafters (2x6), with old barn tin corrugated roofing...the rougher the better! :)
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Commented: Where did you get the corrugated roof inserts Good afternoon! I got these from one for the three barns we have torn done, here in Indiana. Pretty easy to find in antique shops too... Does this help? Thanks, Mark
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Commented: where do i find this type of corrugated metal insert? i like the color Hi Paige! Its actually old corrugated tin roof from a barn I tore down! I do have some similar tin available...are you near Indy? Thanks, Mark
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Commented: Paint Good morning! This wall color is Benjamin Moore's "Smoke & Mirrors" #CSP105BM Thank you, Mark
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Commented: Is the stain on the windows/base the same as fireplace? Thank you! It was a great project. If you have the nice wood, its always nice to show it off! Mark
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