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Serra Stone was founded in 1975. For over 35 years, we have provided unparalleled craftsmanship and service to our clients in Maryland, Virginia and the District of Columbia.
Philosophy In a word: Excellence.

What sets Serra Stone apart from other masonry companies is our commitment to excellence, in our materials, in our work, and in our customer service.

That commitment begins with our project managers, who work closely with clients to ensure that the project is done right, and our highly trained stone masons, who have the talent, experience and dedication to turn every project into a one-of-a-kind masterpiece.

Details matter. Our project managers have the expertise to read and follow architectural plans, which ensures that the vision of the architect is executed perfectly. Our stone masons are expert craftsmen with eyes for details, which ensures that every project is a showpiece.

Serra Stone strives for the highest possible standards. And we deliver excellence.

Process We start every project, big or small, the same way: a personal consultation with one of our professional project managers. We pride ourselves on our ability to communicate with our clients, so that we understand exactly what they want.

On small projects, the project manager will meet with the client to discuss ideas, offer suggestions on designs and materials, and develop plans for the project. Once the client approves the estimate, the same project manager will see that project through to completion.

On larger projects, a project manager will meet with the architect, builder or client to go over the architectural plans. Once given notice to proceed, that project manager will stay with the project, following the plans, to ensure that the vision of the architect is brought to life.

Our forte is custom work. We have the ability to interpret the vision of the plan, and we deliver the highest possible quality and craftsmanship.

Service Areas Although Serra Stone’s base geographic area of operation is the Maryland, DC, and Northern Virginia area, we regularly work outside of this region as necessary to serve our clients. Many of our repeat customers have a second home out of state and, because of the trust they put in us, we are asked to extend our services to areas beyond our principal region. In the interest of complete customer service, we work with our client wherever they may need.

Marland Virginia Washington, DC
Montgomery County
Howard County
Anne Arundel County
Prince George’s County
Silver Spring
Chevy Chase
Montgomery Village
Cabin John
Glen Echo
St. Michael’s
Eastern Shore
Takoma Park
Fairfax County
Arlington County
Loudoun County
Fauquier County
Prince William County
Falls Church
Great Falls
Tyson’s Corner
Mount Vernon
Dupont Circle
Farragut North
Farragut West
Federal Triangle
Foggy Bottom
Friendship Heights
Gallery Place
L'Enfant Plaza
McPherson Square
Mount Vernon Square
Union Station
Van Ness
Woodley Park
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2009 Winner--Landscaping

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Catherdral News

"The amphitheater has long figured in the Cathedral’s history, serving as a place for outdoor services in earlier days (see archival pictures). A functioning outdoor amphitheater was another part of Olmsted’s plan, and now, thanks to restoration, this beautiful outdoor space of curved stone walls and grass walkways is once again a perfect setting for worship, contemplation and performance."

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Cathedral News

"The amphitheater features prominently on a 1930 plan for the Cathedral Close by Florence Bratenahl, founder of All Hallows Guild."

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Home and Design

"Stone became the defining feature of the architecture, interior design and landscape. Decker designed the pavilions and stone columns with a split Western Maryland stone veneer. Fendrick used local Carderock in a grand lawn-and-boulder staircase that ascends from the house."

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Montgomery Parks

"The Seneca Stone Barn stands as an important and rare example of stone barn construction in Montgomery County. It is a highly significant example of a late 18th century or early 19th century English barn."

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Washington Home & Garden

"No job is too big or too small for Serra Stone -- whether it's installing a beautiful stone veneer on a home or building a brick walkway or creating a retaining wall to accent the landscaping."

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