Kansas City provides comprehensive water feature design, installation, and repair services throughout the Greater Kansas City area. Water Feature Design for Enhancing Your Natural Environment. Waterfalls. Fountains. Bubbling Rocks. Ponds. Designing a custom water feature that fits your style
From massive public fountains to miniature private water features, many people are choosing to include a water feature in their residential or commercial landscaping design. As the premier Kansas City water feature installer THE MASONS CO is able to create wonderful water features that will amaze and captivate … Water Features Installation and Design , serving …
The Keeper of the Paris of the Plains,’ is the Midwest’s premier custom fountain builder. We are proud to include KU Medical Center and Benedictine College as past clients. Having created and built fountains and water features for numerous companies, organizations and for many private residences, The Masons Co. implements the type of skilled masonry craftsmanship that is pivotal to a long-lasting fountain whose magnificence is timeless.
Kansas City Masonry / The Masons Co is revitalizing yet another majestic fountain in Kansas City!
J.C. Nichols’ remarkable development of the Country Club residential district was unique in that he used irregular lots with shapes that were defined by curving streets that followed the terrain, instead of the usual grid plan of rectangular blocks. Landscape architect George Kessler provided a street plan that incorporated small parks and triangles into his Nichols’ ideal design.
Feeling incomplete because of missing stones or bricks? Troubled by bowing or bulging walls? Plagued by mortar joints or vertical corner cracks? The answer is to hire an experienced, reputable and smart Kansas City masonry company. But the answer is two-fold and the second part of the answer is to make
“Life is short, art long, opportunity fleeting, experience treacherous, judgment difficult.” This phrase comes from the first two lines of Aphorismi , which was written by the Ancient Greek physician, Hippocrates. What he meant by these lines is: “It takes a long time to acquire and perfect one’s expertise