Back in 1978, the idea of selling fireplaces to homes in South Florida must have sounded just about as crazy as trying to sell ice cubes to Eskimos – but our founder (Lyn Sr.) evidently saw the bigger picture as a construction trend was beginning to emerge.

Done with the cold, clinical, sleek, white Formica interiors of the 1970s, Floridians sought a warmer, more inviting atmosphere for their homes and businesses. Transplants from the Northeast missed their stone, brick, exposed wooden beams and cozy fireplaces. We brought the stone and coral inside to reflect the natural beauty of Florida outside by seamlessly integrating indoor stone-designs , crafting facades in the grand entrances, gatehouses-

and clubhouses of South Florida’s most fashionable residences including Harbour Isles, Admiral’s Cove, Old Palm Golf Club and the Bear’s Club in Jupiter. Today, we're proud to say that Fireside's stonework dominates the industry from Martin County to Miami.

We consider our work art, masonry It’s not just building just anything with your hands. You have to have the right mindset before installing. You have to see the right pattern laid out before you choose natural coral or coquina rock. Stone is a representation of not only your wall or your room, it’s a representation of your house, not just, ‘What is the inside going to look like?  but rather: How do you want it to feel?