Monday, January 6, 2014

Drystone mason Cecil Aguilar, along with his father Jesus Aguilar and brother Rigoberto Aguilar, make up Aguilar Stone Masonry.  They have been building and repairing stone walls in Kentucky (including the stone wall reconstruction on Paris Pike) and around the United States for over ten years.

Certified by the Dry Stone Conservancy, their award winning work has been featured in Kentucky Living magazine, The Lexington Herald Leader, The Georgetown News-Graphic and The Beacon Journal, in Akron, Ohio, and KET's Kentucky Life.  

They recently created the stone work around the Isaac Murphy Memorial Art Garden in Lexington, Kentucky, the stone work for an irrigation project for FEMA around the UK campus and an extensive project with The Parklands at Floyds Fork in Louisville, Kentucky, 

 
The Parklands at Floyds Fork

Let Aguilar Stone Masonry enhance your property with a classic stone wall, driveway entrance, mailbox or patio today.