Siloam Stone Retaining Walls
Siloam slabs are great for steps, pathways, and patio stone when you want a natural look and durability that will last for decades. Siloam stone is a natural ledgestone native to the prairie outside of Canon City, Colorado. The stone deposit is part of the Dakota Formation, known for its high quality sandstone. Colors on individual pieces range from gray to beige to brown. The layered flat slabs range from 1″ to 24″ thick and lengths up to 6 feet long. Siloam stone retaining walls’ stone sizes are generally 2″ to 8″ thick and 8″ to 24″ lengths. Siloam stone is more time-consuming to install than other stone materials, but the layered earth-tone appearance adds a classy aesthetic to any project.