23 Trolley Crossing Road ~ Charlton, MA 01507

Situated at 23 Trolley Crossing Road in Charlton, MA, just off Route 20 in Trolley Crossing Plaza, our location is surrounded by notable neighbors such as Savers Bank, Webster First Credit, Rain for Rent, The Children of Tomorrow, and Miniature Tool and Die.

Established in 2004, Charlton holds special significance for the Camosse Family as our hometown. During the booming local real estate market of the time, the area proved to be a fitting location for a material supply business. For the initial decade, we operated alongside Howlett Lumber, a family business that proved to be an excellent neighbor, fostering connections with customers.

Our distinctive masonry building serves as a showroom and office, constructed using masonry insulated forms. The exterior features a veneer comprising 4″ concrete blocks tied to an interior wall with reinforced anchors. The cavity is solidly filled with grout, and horizontal and vertical rebar enhances structural integrity. Over the last six years, we’ve added two warehouses for equipment and material storage.

Inside the showroom, we proudly showcase natural thin stone veneer in installations such as customer counters, grill islands, and pergolas. Our extensive selection includes equipment, tools, and vacuum and compactor rentals from reputable brands like Bon-Tool, Pave Tool, EZG Manufacturing, Trow and Holden, and more.




Our outdoor exhibits undergo regular updates and meticulous maintenance. Recently, we completed the Techo-Bloc display, and a new Genest Concrete display, featuring in-stock products, has been installed.

While the inventory in Charlton closely mirrors that in Worcester, there is a smaller quantity of each item in Charlton. The Charlton yard played a pivotal role in launching our reclaimed and salvaged stone business. What began with the purchase of a single well stone from town quickly evolved into a rewarding aspect of our day-to-day operations. We take pleasure in the pursuit of old granite and express gratitude to the early customers and friends who provided suggestions and support, fueling our continued quest for unique stones.

Operating year-round, we boast heated warehouse space that facilitates educational classes and order preparation.

64 Southwest Cutoff ~ Worcester, MA 01604

Situated at 64 Southwest Cutoff in Worcester, MA, for nearly 80 years, our longstanding presence has made us a cornerstone in the community. Our neighbors include The Registry of Motor Vehicles, Chuck-E-Cheese, The 99 Pub, Spirit Gymnastics, Ferguson Water Works, and ABF Freight.

Established in 1948 by Henry Camosse and his son, this location has been the heart of our company for the past 75 years. For the majority of our time here, we occupied both sides of Route 20. From 1948 to 2012, we proudly manufactured concrete blocks on this site. Following the decision to cease manufacturing, we consolidated our operations to one side of the street, streamlining interactions for both coworkers and customers.