Stone Event
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Stone Event brokers natural stone products from around the world to landscape architects, designers, builders, installers, and home owners across Canada.

Stone Event's partner fabricators are ISO-9001 certified - the global standard for Product Quality Management Systems. We coordinate fabrication, global logistics, and sell directly to you. Our broker model means you don't pay retail markups.

Stone Event is a Certified Carbon Neutral company, the first and only in our industry. Since 2014, we have measured and offset, with 3rd party verification, all the greenhouse gas emissions resulting from the transportation of our products around the globe — from factory door all the way through delivery to project job sites. We’re proud to operate our business while still taking action on climate change.

Services Provided
Natural Stone Supply

Areas Served
North Vancouver, Canada

Certifications and Awards
The world's 1st and only Certified Carbon Neutral company. Learn more on our web site, or give us a call!
Contact: Graeme Hodson-Walker
Location: 260 Riverside Drive
North Vancouver, British Columbia V6H2M2
Typical Job Costs: CAD 500 - CAD 250,000
Our made-to-order, broker-direct business model allows you to bypass retail mark-ups - on average, 30-40% less than retail pricing.
Commented: Are there interiors photos of this home? Thanks for your interest and comments! We have a Project posting with several more images here which you c...
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Commented: Dimensions? Thanks for your question, please excuse my delay in replying. It's a busy time of the year! Re the pool dims: I'm not entirely sure. We provided the stone, but with a percentage for overages that the ...
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Commented: Beautiful pool and deck! Hi @vickimayes, thanks for your question. The natural stone coping around the hot tub and the pool deck tiles are Stone Event products; our "Coastal Gray" Granite in a custom 'flamed and bru...
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Commented: WHAT MATERIAL IS THE COPING? Hi @duncs007, thanks for your question. The grass is Miscanthus sinensis 'Gracillimus'. It was installed on this job by @HoustonLandscapes of Vancouver, BC. You can find out more about it here: http:/...
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