Ben Holmes

Rye Beach landscaping is now an exclusive New Hampshire StoneMakers dealer for a revolutionary new product that is reshaping the way landscape construction is done. StoneMakers is an exciting new addition to our landscape company service offerings because we can offer the look and feel of real stone, with the affordability and durability of concrete. 

StoneMakers has been perfecting its processes during the past 25 years to ensure the finished project looks as close to real stone as possible. The company uses certain finishing and coloring techniques that are patented by StoneMakers. The StoneMakers product is used to create a simulated stone effect that has the look and feel of real stone for only half the cost.  As an exclusive StoneMakers dealer, Rye Beach Landscaping can create retaining walls up to 7 feet high, free-standing walls, fire pits and water features. The applications are numerous. It is stronger than traditional retaining block, and it doesn’t shift, settle or crack.


After curing the concrete will exceed 10,000 psi, or three times stronger than a house foundation. We can face a vertical surface, inside or out, and shape it to look just like real stone. It is an economic solution for retaining walls, especially on work sites that are limited in space. Limited excavation is needed, and there is no need for extra space to store pallets and gravel. A wall can be completed within four hours. In no way is this meant to replace natural stone. Bennett Holmes’s own collection of antique New Hampshire granite is a signature of Rye Beach Landscaping. However, for home owners on a budget, this type of synthetic stone product offers a cost effective and attractive alternative to natural stone. 

Rye Beach Landscaping, LLC

P.O. Box 200

Rye Beach NH 03871

Office: (603) 964-6888

Contact: Bennett Holmes, (603) 964-6888

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