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Rocky Mountain Stone Featured in Slippery Rock Gazette!

We are proud to share this article about Rocky Mountain Stone!  The Slippery Rock has become the most widely read stone trades newspaper in the United States, mailed directly to businesses and individuals working in the stone and associated trades.

Natural Stone Featured on Lifetime Network’s Designing Spaces

Natural Stone: Beyond the Kitchen Countertop We are excited to share this feature on natural stone that recently aired on Lifetime Network’s Designing Spaces.  Home renovations reach a new summit with genuine, durable, sustainable natural stone. According to a recent survey...

Rocktober Sale 2017

________ ONE WEEKEND ONLY ROCKTOBER SALE- WHOLESALE PRICING ON GRANITE & QUARTZ COUNTERTOPS Friday through Sunday, October 27-29, 2017 ________ What’s On Sale? Full Sized Slabs 10% Off Remnants Starting At $50 Fabrication & Installation 10% Off Landscape Materials...

Special Financing

Special financing options available with approved credit. Contact us to learn about current promotions, or click the image below to apply today.  

Rocky Mountain Stone Earns Esteemed 2016 Angie’s List Super Service Award

Rocky Mountain Stone has earned the home service industry’s coveted Angie’s List Super Service Award, reflecting an exemplary year of customer service to members of the local services marketplace and consumer review site in 2016. This achievement is particularly significant as...

Stations of the Cross Memorial

Rocky Mountain Stone was recently hired to create a Stations of the Cross Memorial for Angie Rodriguez.  We were honored!  Our team went to work with our laser machine on Oakwood Sandstone and the result is marvelous.

Rocky Mountain Stone donates $3,545.00 to The Rock at Noonday to benefit their Alex Fund which supports Homeless Children in Albuquerque.

Albuquerque, NM – November 4, 2016– When you think of the homeless you probably picture a man standing at an intersection, with an outstretched hand. You don’t see the nearly invisible homeless families right here in Albuquerque. They are mostly hidden, trying to sleep on streets...