Fort Pierce Natural Stone Products
Pebble Junction has been supplying natural stone to Fort Pierce since 1986 and is your one stop rock shop for all your needs. We maintain over 15 acres of premium stone inventory as well as a knowledgeable staff that is ready to help you find the perfect rocks for your landscaping project.
Our parent company, Delaware Quarries, has over 60 plus years of experience in the stone industry and is our main provider of our natural stone. To meet the needs of our customers and supply you with an uninterrupted source of quality stone products, we receive daily shipments of building stone, flagstone, garden steppers, boulders, and decorative gravels.
We are proud to sell to retail customers, commercial contractors, custom homebuilders, masons, landscapers, and pool contractors. We understand that every landscaping project requires a unique type of stone, whether it is a certain shape, size or color, and that is why we are proud to offer the following types of stones:
- full veneer building stones
- thin veneer
- landscape boulders
- decorative gravel
- wall blocks
- Concrete Stepping Stones
Pebble Junction wants you to find the perfect rocks for your stone project in Fort Pierce. We pride ourselves on service, quality and competitive pricing.
Contact us at today at 407-323-3838 or to purchase natural stone products direct from the quarry.
Fort Pierce is a city located in St. Lucie County, Florida with a population of around 41,590. The city was established in 1838 by the U.S. Army. It served as a main supply depot during the Second Seminole War and the city was named after the army installation of Fort Pierce. Fort Pierce is also known as the sunrise city.
Fort Pierce Resources
St. Lucie County Chamber of Commerce – The St. Lucie County Chamber of Commerce strives to be the voice of businesses in St. Lucie County, Fl. The chamber also aims to expand the economy in the area by helping businesses prosper through advocacy, education and exposure.
The National Navy UDT-SEAL Museum – The National Navy UDT-SEAL Museum explores the history of the Navy SEALS. The museum also educates the public about the Navy SEALS by exhibiting equipment, uniforms, and vehicles.
Fort Pierce Oyster Fest – The Fort Pierce Oyster Fest is an annual event that celebrates the waterfront with oysters, seafood, live music, arts and more. The event also uses all oyster shells for their Oyster Reef Restoration Projects"