Welcome to Set In Stone

Our owner Rob Kirsch along with his team now have over 25 years of experience in the masonry and concrete trade. We are here to fulfill your needs or dreams and to put them into reality. We have built our company on a strong work principle, “Do what you say, and say what you do”. We believe that if you’re going to do something, you should do it right the first time.

We take pride in all of the projects we have done. We are constantly told by customers that our work exceeds their expectations. We have some of the best masons and concrete finishers in the industry. Let us work with you on your next masonry or concrete project that best suites you.

About Us

About Us:

Set In Stone, Inc along with the owner Rob Kirsch originated from Long Island New York. We have now been serving North Carolina, particularly the Lake Norman area  since 2005. We have some of the best masons and concrete finishers in the industry as we would look forward to doing your next project.

Who is the Better Business Bureau?

The Better Business Bureau (BBB) is a private organization that provides services  to assist consumers in hiring trusted companies for residential or commercial relationships. We are proud members of the BBB for whom we endorse and believe in what the organization stands for. For more information, feel free to click on the image below to search our company’s name “Set In Stone” to see our good standing history.

We are members of both the Lake Norman’s Chamber of Commerce and Mooresville’s Chamber of Commerce.



Is your existing wooden deck splintering, splitting, warping or rotting? Instead of spending more time and money in annual deck repairs, it may be time to invest in a paver patio design that will be of benefit from a cost and appearance standpoint over the long term. A concrete paver patio will offer you a number of distinct advantages over a wooden deck including your home value to be increased drastically.

Here are four major reasons why you should consider replacing your wooden deck with a paver patio:

1.  A paver patio is easier to maintain.

Wooden decks require annual maintenance that includes cleaning, staining and replacing worn or rotted deck boards. Once a paver patio is installed, little maintenance is required. A periodic resealing may be needed, but aside from resealing, an occasional light pressure washing should be the only maintenance necessary.

2.  Paver patios are more cost-effective over the long term.

Pavers are highly weather resistant and will hold up to the elements better than wood. This means less money spent on repair and maintenance over a period of several years. While you will need to budget for costs associated with the demolition of your existing deck, repairs to the house siding or masonry, and steps to connect your new paver patio to the exterior of your home; the long term value will override any short-term difference in cost. If you replace your wooden deck with a paver patio, you will experience a much better return on your investment when it comes time to sell your home as well.

3.  Masonry features can be beautifully integrated into a breathtaking design.

An outdoor Fireplace or Fire Pit creates a warm outdoor gathering place for the family and friends — for apparent reasons, wooden decks aren’t a good fit if you would like to incorporate fires into your outdoor living space.

4.  A paver patio can be designed to feel more connected to the rest of your landscape design and the exterior of your home.

Pavers, brick or stone are now available in a range of styles and colors that can compliment the exterior architecture of your home. We have some of the best masons in the industry and would look forward to doing any project for you!


Frequently Asked Questions:

Question:  What types of masonry, hardscape and concrete work do you perform?

We install, rebuild, or repair just about everything associated with brick, block, stone, pavers, travertine, retaining wall block and concrete. Additionally we do restorations on brick or stone mortar joints known as “Tuckpointing” which is grinding out the old deteriorated cement and installing new.  Along with waterproofing/sealing existing concrete and masonry structures.

Question:  Can you work in the winter?

Nearly all types of masonry and concrete work can be done in the winter months here in North Carolina. Given the proper preparation with safe additives such as anti-freeze protection which is added as needed.

Question:  Do you provide free estimates?

We provide one free consultation and a detailed estimate.


Contact Us:

Set In Stone, Inc is your premiere masonry and concrete contractor in North Carolina. Make sure you pick the right company for your next project. Give us a call for a free estimate. We are here for all your masonry, concrete and hardscape needs or desires.

Have additional questions about the services that we provide? Want to talk to a live person? If we are working on-site and can’t answer the call, your voicemail will be returned promptly. You also have the option to email or text us.

Phone: 704-502-0025

email: Rob@sismasonry.com