Indiana Limestone

Stone Center stocks a variety of Indiana Limestone products for every type of commercial and residential new construction. Indiana limestone has been the Nation’s building stone choice for nearly 200 years.

What type of limestone?

Custom Cut Limestone

Indiana Limestone cut stone is available in a wide variety of colors, grades, and finishes for virtually every type of residential and commercial new construction.

Limestone Standard Products

We offer a full line of genuine Indiana Limestone standard trim and accent products to meet your design needs.

Indiana Limestone Classics Building Veneers

Our building veneers offer the same durability and endurance as other classic Indiana Limestone Buildings such as the Empire State Building, National Cathedral, and Biltmore Estate.

About Indiana Limestone

Our limestone provider, Indiana Limestone Company is unmatched as the only fully integrated supplier of Indiana Limestone. From raw block, slab material, and standard building products, they are a leading supplier of the Nation’s Building Stone. Since their founding in 1926, they continue to be the largest limestone quarrier and fabricator in the United States.

Located in the heart of one of the world’s richest limestone deposits, we own more then 4,500 acres containing over 100 years of reserves. Our extensive inventory offers the widest range of colors, grades, and products all readily available for quick delivery around the world. We combine modern technology with traditional crafsmanship to make the architect’s vision a reality. The size of our operation has allowed us to pursue both large and small construction and restoration projects, including some of the most prestigious works of American architecture – the Empire State Building, Pentagon, Yankee Stadium,  15 Central Park West, and National Cathedral – along with  36 of the 50 state capitol buildings.

Why Use Indiana Limestone?

Indiana limestone was formed around 300 million years ago and has been the Nation’s (and Continent’s) building stone choice for nearly 200 years. Approximately 80 percent of the dimensional limestone used in the United States is harvested in Indiana.

There are many benefits of using limestone because it was made naturally.

Find out why cast stone can’t stand up to Mother Nature.

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