Working with local suppliers is something we take seriously here at Stone Solutions Maine, as we see this as an integral part of our operation. That’s why we handpick the best of the best.

Just as we see it important that you get to know us as a company, we also want to take a moment to introduce you to the local businesses “behind the scenes” who are key in giving your home the look you desire.

Nearly 75 years, Gagne & Son produced their first concrete block in central Maine. Little did Alfred and Pete Gagne know, this was the beginning of a family business that continues to grow to this day.

Gagne & Son has become a go-to source when it comes to transforming a space. Covering most of the state from Holden to Kittery, the team makes it a priority to produce sustainable materials to help homeowners bring their landscape design to masonry projects to life. To keep up with demand, Gagne & Son operates a 35,000 square foot manufacturing plant and as well as a quarry to source top-quality stone.

Whether it’s concrete blocks to carry out a Pinterest-inspired creation, pavers to add a touch of hardscaping to your garden, natural stone for a retaining wall or another backyard idea that will transform your outdoor space, no project is too large or too small.

While decades have passed since Alfred and Pete were tinkering away in the garage, the legacy of their hard work and dedication lives on through Linda and Peter Gagne, the grandchildren of Alfred.

You see, the job of a master stonemason doesn’t just boil down to aesthetics. We certainly want to create the most breathtaking stone fireplaces and intricate walkways to the patio, but just as important is the partnerships created along the way. Working with Gagne & Son has allowed us to not only provide attention to detail with superior material, but also takes our level of service to another level. A special thanks to Ross Salovitch and Ben Cooper who have both shared their knowledge, given us their attention when needed on specific projects and have gone the extra mile.