Rumford Stone-tile store-Pembroke, NH
Rumford Stone is a fabricator of fine interior stonework, conveniently located nearby to New Hampshire’s capitol. We serve clients in New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Maine, Rhode Island, Connecticut, Vermont and Eastern & Central New York.
Since 1995, Rumford Stone has been creating works of art in stone for the most discerning of tastes.
In the kitchen ~ counter and island tops, stone sinks
The bath ~ vanities, shelves, shower walls, spas
Dining and other areas for living ~ fireplace surrounds, bar tops, furniture tops, grill station
As far as your imagination takes you
Rumford Stone works closely with homeowners, designers and architects to ensure that our stonework meets the highest of standards, ours. While our work is of the utmost importance to us, we realize that for our customer it is but one piece of the final picture ~ your home. That is why we have someone to help you, every step of the way.
Rumford Stone is owner operated by the Trento family and employs over 50 local workers and continues to grow and refine its processes. The owners, Vincent, Todd and Tom Trento are available simply by calling.
We hope you enjoy visiting our website and showroom. We welcome your comments and suggestions. The owners and staff of Rumford Stone look forward to meeting and serving you.
95A Sheep Davis Road (Route 106)
Pembroke, NH 03275
Monday – Friday, 9am until 6pm
Saturday by appointment, 9am until Noon
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