For over 65 years, Arriscraft has manufactured stone for commercial and residential projects using a unique process that eliminates the need for cementitious or artificial binders. Arriscraft pioneered its environmentally benign Natural Process technology in the 1950s and which it has continued to enhance and refine ever since. Unique blending and production technology produces stone with natural colors, textures and shapes. Low absorption, high density and common masonry requirements leads to design flexibility, durability and affordability. Headquartered in Cambridge, Ontario (60 miles west of Toronto), there is an additional manufacturing facility in Fort Valley, Georgia, and a dolomitic limestone quarry in Ontario.
Arriscraft stone products offer architects, builders and owners an opportunity of creating beautiful timeless projects that will create enhanced value without the costs normally associated with stone. Selecting Arriscraft stone is a sure way to bring success to your next project. What's more, Arriscraft products come with an industry-unique lifetime warranty. Our products have been in use for over 65 years, so we can support that warranty with very visible proof.
With quality service as appealing as its products, Arriscraft has been providing solutions to commercial and residential projects throughout North America for six decades. Two manufacturing facilities along with distributors in every major U.S. and Canadian city offer clients a wide variety of manufactured and quarry-stone products that are easily accessible.
What most clients like best about Arriscraft, however, is the service, support and quality. Value-added services like our complimentary Masonry Envelope Review, online CADD Library, and AIA Course offerings are Arriscraft's way of sharing the architects', designers' and builders' commitment to creating beautiful, long-lasting buildings.
Arriscraft is the stone products group of General Shale, the North American subsidiary of Wienerberger AG and a leading manufacturer of brick, one of the world’s oldest green building materials.