Stone Steps in Southeast Michigan

Milford Limestone Steps
These stone steps are 4-5 feet wide and 2 to 3 feet deep typical. They are set on a crushed stone base that acts as drainage medium as well as a stabilizing surface. These steps are 6 inches in rise on average. After the steps were installed we ...
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Limestone Steps in Milford Michigan
We built these beautiful stone steps in June. They are 5’ wide typical and set on 6a round stone to accommodate drainage and stability. Additionally, with this installation we added layers of fabric beneath our base because the subsoil was peat based and we didn’t want any future settling. This ...
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Backyard Stone Steps Milford Michigan
Beautiful Limestone steps in Milford Michigan were built this past summer as part of a large backyard landscape renovation. 5-6' wide stone steps set on compacted crushed gravel. Each step is 6-61/2" in rise, typical. These natural stone steps are imported from Canada and are primarily a gray and tan ...
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Stone Steps in Milford Michigan
These stone steps were part of a large project that included a waterfall, stamped concrete, landscape lighting and beautiful new plant material. Here I am showing new 5' wide stone steps that twist from an upper stamped concrete landing to the new stamped concrete patio. As usual these large stone ...
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Guilotineed cut Stone Steps in Milford Michigan
These Stone Steps were installed to replace rotting timber steps in Milford, Michigan this summer. It was very important to the customer that we not damage the existing cast iron hand rail. We had to carefully take out the old wood steps and delicately install the new stone steps. Beneath ...
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Stone Steps in Walled Lake Michigan
These stone steps were built at the same time that we replaced the retaining wall here at this home. These steps will take you to a walkway of large Bluestone stepstones that lead to the back yard. The Limestone steps are 4-5’ wide typical and @ 61/2” thick. Each step ...
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Brighton Stone Steps
These beautiful steps replaced worn out railroad ties in the front of this Brighton home. These 4-5' wide steps are 6-7" thick typical and as always are set on crushed limestone base. The client had existing boulders in his landscape so we brought in additional boulders to complement what was ...
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Backyard Stone Steps in Highland Michigan
These guillotineed cut stone steps were the perfect choice for this customer who wanted the continuity of an exact step in dimension and rise. We combined these steps with large Bluestone Step Stones to create a beautiful new walkway in her backyard garden in Highland Michigan. These steps are 4' ...
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Timber Steps in Brighton, Michigan
These steps are 6' wide and are constructed with treated timbers that are tolerant of ground contact. We use 8" Timberlock screws that are completely concealed. All steps are level but allow for rain water run off. Typically, we build all timber step systems with a winding design that ...
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Stone Steps Through a Garden in Milford, Michigan
This job had an elevation change that allowed our clients to gradually climb their hill while enjoying the garden we created. We combined large Bluestone Flagstone Step Stones between the steps. These steps are 6" thick, typical and 4-5' wide by 3' deep. ...
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Stone Steps in Stamped Concrete Walkway in White Lake Michigan
These Limestone Steps were designed to be part of a Stamped Concrete walkway connecting the driveway to our clients new Patio in their ...
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Backyard Stone Steps in Milford, Michigan
Thirty five Stone Steps were needed to get up this hill in Milford, Michigan! We installed 4-5' wide random cut stone steps that were 61/2" in rise, typical. All steps are set on compacted stone base. We bordered the steps with 12-18" boulders to reduce erosion onto the steps. We ...
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Natural Stone Steps Combined with Stamped concrete in Milford Michigan
These natural cut Stone Steps were combined with stamped concrete on this job to provide a beautiful marriage of old and new technology. The steps were set first then the stamped concrete was poured to "melt" up against the steps to provide a seamless walkway. We added some 2' ...
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Doorwall Stone Steps Commerce Michigan
These six foot wide door wall steps are the perfect choice for these clients. They wanted a neat, clean exit and entrance to their new Bluestone patio that we also installed. These steps have matching limestone risers and are filled with compacted crushed limestone. The entire patio project was established ...
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Milford Michigan Stone Steps
These random stone steps are limestone, quarried from Canada. They are four to five feet wide three feet deep and typically 7" thick. This client had us install them for a new construction landscape which we also designed and constructed. These steps have support boulders to prevent erosion washing onto ...
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Limestone Steps in Orchard Lake, Michigan
Using four foot wide guilotinned cut stone steps we created a twisting staircase leading from an upper patio to the lower patio. The landings were made of the same pieces set on compacted base and seamed together with hardened polymeric sand. Once complete the entire stone stair system was ...
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Stone Steps in Holly Michigan
These three foot wide stone steps were built on a hill where the run is longer than the rise. This situation arises often. On this project, the client decided on landings made of compacted crushed limestone ( a low cost but effective surface ). We bordered the limestone with black ...
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Timber Steps in Milford, Michigan
This step project had to be constructed using treated wood timbers because the client had no access for a machine on this steep lakeside slope. We built these steps using 6 x 6 treated timbers sanded on four sides. The timbers are secured together with 8" Timber lock screws. We ...
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Stone Steps in Davisburg, Michigan
These five foot wide stone steps are part of a landscape project in Davisburg, Michigan. Set on crushed limestone as usual, these steps lead down to a large pond that we also installed. These guillotined stone steps are rock faced but have a smooth tread. Our treads are typically 14", ...
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Limestone Steps in Milford Michigan
This installation of random cut Limestone steps was one of the most difficult installs we have ever done. On this job we installed 18 steps that were at least 42" wide and 30" deep down a steep slope bordered by an existing boulder wall on one side and the clients ...
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Natural Stone Steps in Milford Michigan
Random cut stone steps are the big appeal for this client. They wanted stone steps that blend with the area and are very natural looking. These steps were built through a wall that we had to dismantle and then rebuild concurrently as we installed the ...
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Salt and Pepper Granite Stone Steps in Waterford, Michigan
This client wanted her mail! The problem was that her driveway is too steep. She felt uncomfortable walking up or down, especially if the pavement was wet or perhaps in the winter - icy. These solid granite guilotineed cut steps were the perfect solution. If you need a step system ...
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Highland Michigan Stone Steps
These 3' wide stone steps replaced rotten wood steps. Built through an existing boulder wall, we had to adjust the boulders in the wall to complement the new steps. Completed, you can't tell where the adjustments were made. These steps have a 14" tread and are 6" in rise. We ...
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Six Foot Wide Stone Steps in White Lake, Michigan.
These beautiful six foot wide Limestone steps are the widest steps we have installed in the guilotineed cut style! As you can see, they are the perfect size for this six foot wide doorwall. Installed as usual on 100% compacted crushed limestone base, these stone steps will never settle. Retaining ...
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Stone Steps in Sylvan Lake, Michigan
This step system was a real challenge. We had fixed factors that could not be altered. Such as the location of the driveway, the closeness of the porch to the driveway and the quick ascent we had to make to get from the driveway to the porch. Another factor was ...
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Patio Stone Steps in Novi Michigan
These five foot wide guilotineed cut stone steps were installed as part of a renovation completed this summer. These steps are straight out from the clients patio doorwall and lead directly to the back yard. Additionally we added a matching pair of beautiful 3' columns at the top of the ...
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Milford, Michigan Limestone Steps
These natural cut stone steps were installed this Spring at a home in Milford Michigan.Our client previously had only a slippery slope to get down to the back patio. They finally decided it was time for us to install some beautiful stone steps. To stay with the natural colors of ...
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Lakeside Stone Steps in Waterford Michigan
These 5' wide stone steps create a grand staircase to the lake. In addition to the guilotineed cut stone steps, we also installed large pieces of Ohio Bluestone for the landings. These steps are 6" tall which make it easier to climb. As always they are set on a compacted ...
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More pictures from Waterford Stone Steps
The four foot wide steps coming out of the water had to be set on additional buried steps beneath them to ensure zero washout from the constant wave action. These guilotineed cut steps are smooth on top and uniformly 6" tall. We put two layers of geotextile fabric beneath the ...
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Stone Steps in Howell Michigan
These five foot wide guilotineed cut stone steps were the perfect choice for these clients. There was simply an uncomfortable slope and access to the back yard was slippery at times. The solution was to add a set of steps. The client chose stone because of its permanence and beauty. ...
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Stone steps in Commerce, Michigan built to last.
These steps were constructed using 4' wide guilotineed Carmel Mint limestone. In- corporated right into a boulder wall that we also built, these steps were built to last forever. The natural stone will never rot and never fade. The material was quarried in Canada, guilotineed cut and hand rockfaced with ...
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Limestone Steps in Highland Michigan
Built 9 years ago this stone step system shows how the landscape plant material has grown in around these steps. The stamped concrete melts right up to the edges of the steps. Stamped concrete is the best choice next to steps in our area, because frost moves brick pavers and ...
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Guilotineed Stone Steps in Bloomfield Hills Michigan
This job required two separate step systems using Caramel Mint Limestone steps, guilotineed cut. One side was steeper,so we simply built the steps straight up here. On the other side the rise was the same but the distance was longer from top to bottom. Consequently, we had mini landings of ...
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Guilotineed Stone Steps in White Lake, Michigan.
These Chocolate guilotineed cut Limestone steps really match the color trim of this house. In today's market stone steps are available in several colors and styles. If you are interested in steps like these call me direct at 248.866.4887. After the steps were installed, we had stamped concrete installed. A ...
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Random Cut Stone Steps in Brighton, Michigan
Built in May, we had a difficult time getting these large random cut Carmel Mint Limestone steps set in place. These steps were chosen by the clients because they wanted a natural looking step system in their heavily treed back yard. These steps are 4-5' wide on average and about ...
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Granite Stone steps through a wall in Highland, Michigan
These random granite steps through this boulder wall allow these clients to walk from the lower stamped concrete patio to their upper patio and deck. These steps are 4' wide on average with a 7" rise typical. additionally we have lighted these steps with weathered brass pathway lights for safety ...
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Chocolate Limestone Steps in White Lake Michigan
Chocolate Limestone steps are becoming more popular. These 4'wide guilotineed steps are the perfect choice for this client. Smooth on top, 6 1/2 - 7" thick typically, the consistency of these steps are the big selling point of these steps. Here we have connected an upper lawn area with a ...
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Cut Limestone Steps in White Lake, Michigan
Guilotineed cut Limestone steps were the best choice for this door wall exit down to this stamped concrete patio in Commerce. We had to adjust the top step to accommodate the vent that could not be moved. These steps are otherwise 4' wide, 7" thick and about 18" deep. ...
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Backyard Stone Steps in Wixom Michigan
These stone steps are 4' wide and have a 2' tread. These steps worked perfectly for this installation because the client had a long run down and around a slope. These steps are like miniature landings. They make the climb more comfortable for young children and elderly people because the ...
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Hartland, Michigan Timber Steps
This client has a very steep hill separating his home from the lake. This step system was the only practical solution to get up and down this hill safely. Starting at the bottom, we cut 6x6" timbers to 4' lengths. These are treated to .60 capacity and sanded on four ...
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