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Excavation

We offer a full range of excavation services for your driveway including drainage, asphalt removal, and more.

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Masonry

Our masonry services include edging, walls, accents and landscaping.

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Paving

A well-built, well-maintained asphalt driveway adds curb appeal to your house. It’s the first impression of your home that people see and it should be inviting and clearly define the space.

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Stone Driveways

The process we specialize in is commonly called “Chip Sealing”. It may also be referred to as armor-coating, penetration, or simply oil and stone.

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Come home to an beautiful chip seal driveway from Stone Driveways of New England. We have been creating beautiful, functional, and affordable driveways for over 40 years. But we do more than just driveways! We also offer excavating, masonry and paving services to create the look you want for your home. Let us make the path to your home exquisite.

A driveway is an integral part of a home’s environment; adding elegance and grace, and increased value. Look through our gallery for inspiration then call us for a personal consultation and FREE estimate.

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  • Moving up and sometimes moving on

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  • Spring Cleaning!

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