Add Style and Definition With Beautiful Stonework in Waltham, Massachusetts

Adding an attractive retaining wall or other stonework is an excellent way to give your landscape definition and character. You can count on TopRank Roofing And Masonry for truly unique stonework that perfectly matches your home’s look and feel.
When you have us add retaining walls or other hardscaping elements to your property, we use 8-inch blocks and other high-quality materials. If you’d prefer, we can vary the design, materials, and sizes of stone we use to create a more traditional look.
  • Brick
  • Stone
  • River rock
Our owner-operator is present on every job, and we bring over 10 years of experience to the task. We stand behind our work with a workmanship guarantee. For your free estimate on residential or commercial stonework, retaining walls, and other hardscaping installations, please call us today.

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(617) 685 9267

Waltham, Massachusetts Overview

Waltham ( WAWL-tham) is a city in Middlesex County, Massachusetts, United States, and was an early center for the labor movement as well as a major contributor to the American Industrial Revolution. The original home of the Boston Manufacturing Company, the city was a prototype for 19th century industrial city planning, spawning what became known as the Waltham-Lowell system of labor and production. The city is now a center for research and higher education, home to Brandeis University and Bentley University as well as industrial powerhouse Raytheon Technologies. The population was 65,218 at the census in 2020.

Waltham has been called “watch city” because of its association with the watch industry. Waltham Watch Company opened its factory in Waltham in 1854 and was the first company to make watches on an assembly line. It won the gold medal in 1876 at the Philadelphia Centennial Exposition. The company produced over 35 million watches, clocks and instruments before it closed in 1957.

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