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About Us

Welcome, and thank you for visiting the updated Prestige Brick & Stone website.

Apart from supplying unique and innovative masonry and landscape products to the retail consumer, Prestige Brick & Stone is the leading supplier of masonry and landscape products to the region's top commercial and residential builders, masons and landscapers.

Our manufacturer selection strategy is simple, we have aligned Prestige Brick & Stone with manufacturers that offer our clients a line-up of unique and innovative masonry and landscape products, backed by an industry-leading warranty.

It will certainly be our pleasure to personally show you all of the masonry and landscape products that we distribute in the region and to answer any questions you may have regarding our company, specific products, availability and pricing.

Please enjoy browsing our updated
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SHOP WHERE THE PROFESSIONALS SHOP FOR CONCRETE PRODUCTS!
"See why more and more contractors shop at Prestige Brick & Stone.

Try us once and you’ll see why our service is second to none. We give personal attention to each customer and hold ourselves accountable for every order and customer we work with, to the degree that we track deliveries and anticipate challenges before they have a chance to become problems.

In addition to our contractor advertising, referral and pricing programs, we offer you exceptional sales support which includes, our representatives, our indoor and outdoor displays, our product catalogs and brochures."

Andy and Gayle Derix - Owners

Hardscape Products
Brooklin
                          Concrete
Techo-Bloc
Pavers, Slabs, Walls, Caps
Steps and Outdoor Features
Pavers, Slabs, Walls, Caps
Edges, Steps and Outdoor Features

Hardscape Accessories









Paver Edging & Spikes Brickstik Glue
Work Gloves





Levels Screed Rails & Bars Concrete Chisels / Splitters







Combination Rubber Mallet Standard & Open Reel Tape Measure Straight Tin Snips





Nylon Brick Line Asphalt Blades Concrete Blades









Ultra Polymeric Sand G2 Polymeric Sand Aqua Rock












Polymeric Stone Dust Gator Base Gator Base Screws
















Gator Edge Rigid & Flex Sealing Roller Eco Seal High Gloss









Efflorescence Cleaner Shampoo Rust Remover









Rubber, Paint & Tar Remover Oil & Grease Remover Ultra Glue















GF5 Woven Geotextile
GF3.5 Non-Woven Geotextile
GG 30-30 Geogrid

Masonry Products
Techo-Bloc StoneRox
Full Size Brick and Stone Thin Brick and Stone
Boral
Thin Brick and Stone Thin Brick and Stone
Boral
Thin Brick and Stone


Bulk Products




Natural Cedar Mulch




Red Cedar Mulch





Black Cedar Mulch




1/4" - 1/2" Peastone




1" - 2" River Rock




3" - 6" River Rock




1/2" - 1 1/4" Brick Chip (Special Order)




1/4" - 3/4" Silica Pebbles (Special Order)




3/8" - 1 1/2" White Marble (Special Order)



Stone Dust



5/8" Minus Gravel



5/8" Clean Gravel



Masonry / Play Sand



Screened Topsoil



Recognized Contractors

Choosing a qualified contractor is as important as the choosing the materials themselves. The quality and durability of your project depends on a job well done and that means a job undertaken by specialists. Here are a few helpful tips on selecting the right contractor for you:

Be sure to ask for at least three references.

Ask to see examples of their work, making sure that the contractor has sufficient experience performing the scope and type of work you want.

Not every contractor is going to have a retail-style place of business; many, in fact, work out of an office in their home. This doesn’t make them any less qualified or skilled. More important are their credit references, years in business, and insurance status.

Speaking of insurance: ask to see their liability coverage and workmen's compensation insurance certificates.

Comparison shop: get at least two but preferably three estimates from different contractors.

Get a thorough proposal in writing. Be sure to include a complete description of the work to be performed, specific products to be used, warranty length and coverage, payment terms, and any other pertinent issues.

Do not allow the use of “substitute materials”, and be wary of any written stipulations or clauses that permit their use.

Especially important for larger jobs: have the contractor put in writing the stipulation that all code requirements will be met, and denote who will be responsible for obtaining the necessary permits.

If it seems to good to be true, it probably is. Be suspicious of bids that are unrealistically low, and don’t jump on a “bargain basement” price for materials, either.

You get what you pay for. The use of lesser-quality materials, no matter how insignificant it may seem, will only come back to haunt you in the end. Do not cut corners to save a buck; you will regret it.

Never, ever, ever pay in full for work until it has been completed to your satisfaction.

In the end, it is up to you to decide whether a contractor is suitable for your particular job.

Recognized Contractors.




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1420 Boundary Road
Cornwall, Ontario K6H-7P8 613-930-9001