Sticks-n-Stones has been servicing the San Francisco Bay Area since 1989, combining Old World craftsmanship with today’s technology to provide our customers with beautiful hand crafted stone at competitive prices.
At Sticks-n-Stones we have made exciting changes in the technological arena of stone fabrication and installation without compromising our dedication to the kind of customer service you want and expect.
With the acquisition of digital laser templating, Vein Match software, high-tech cutting and polishing equipment, we can lay out, cut, and fabricate your project quickly and with greater accuracy, saving you money. As with all our jobs, we stand by our work to ensure your satisfaction.
Beginning with a digital laser templater, we can quickly measure your project resulting in a perfect digital template. The stone is photographed and along with the digital template is downloaded into the Vein Match software, This allows us to superimpose the cuts on the stone and manipulate them so that veining and coloration is matched up with accuracy.
An image of your project and how it will look installed can be e-mailed to you for your approval. In this way, your project turns out to be exactly the way you want it to appear in your home. Adjustments are easily made to insure customer satisfaction. The approved information is then downloaded into our robotic CNC waterjet saw and your stone is cut.
Our highly skilled fabricators and installers finish off the project by hand so that your stone is a perfect match and perfect fit.
Owner David Walter and Project Manager Jacques Chetrit make up the management team. With a combined 40 years of experience in the stone business, David and Jacques oversee orders from simple bathroom vanities to multi-million dollar projects. Each year our company donates thousands of dollars in labor and materials to the charitable organization, Rebuilding Together, (previously known as Christmas in April). Additionally, Sticks-n-Stones has donated stone and labor to the historic estate of Filoli. Shop Philosophy: In the final analysis, the real satisfactions in life come not from money and things, but from the realization of a job well done. Therein lies the difference between the journeyman worker and a real craftsman.