Apache Stone Quarry is committed to creating a positive impact on the Texas community through active participation in various projects. Our dedication includes the construction and supply of natural stone for significant initiatives, such as the Extreme Makeover home in Salado, TX (builder credit - Tilson Home Corporation), the St. Jude’s Dream Home in San Antonio, TX (builder credit - Stadler Custom Homes), and the Boys and Girls Club of Austin. Furthermore, we have offered support and materials to numerous homes and churches affected by the Jarrell and Salado Tornadoes, as well as assisting during recent hard freezes and local brush fires.
Throughout history, natural stone has been a preferred material for constructing homes, schools, and commercial buildings due to its unmatched beauty and durability. Beyond its aesthetic appeal, natural stone is environmentally friendly. It's worth noting that General Contractors and Architects can earn LEED points if the stone is quarried within a 500-mile radius of their project, a practice embraced by many construction projects in Texas to achieve LEED points.
At Apache, we prioritize environmentally friendly production processes, incorporating practices like recycling water used in sawing. Our commitment extends to green office procedures, including electronic transmission of estimates and invoices, as well as accepting invoices from vendors. By emphasizing recycling and reusing supplies when possible, we contribute to enhancing Texas's beauty while keeping costs competitive for our customers and minimizing our environmental impact.
Locally Owned & Operated.