In 1987, Chad Jantz teamed up with his master stonemason father, Kirby Jantz. Using a truck and wheelbarrow, the two formed Heartstone and set out to make Kirby’s vision of becoming a top concrete paver in Kansas and the Midwest a reality.
30 years later, with concrete pavers and integrity at the core of our business, Heartstone has become a leader in the Midwest hardscaping industry for commercial, residential, and government clients in Kansas and Oklahoma. Our custom brick, natural stone, and pavers are designed with enduring beauty to withstand the “hard” elements of exterior features for public spaces and homes.
Heartstone has the grit and determination of a Midwest family-owned company that finds life in a competitive market. We’ve earned our reputation as “hardscape artisans” the honest way with innovation, persistence, and cultivating good people as our stepping stones to success.
From planning at the approach, to the efficiency and master craftsmanship throughout the project, we’ll set your project apart from other Kansas and Midwest hardscaping. Always done right and on time.
We’re an experienced group of true tradesmen with a sole focus on hardscaping. Our multiple skilled crews give us the flexibility to be on your project when you want us there.
When your project owner or insurance company requires it, Heartstone can provide a performance and payment bond with ease. Our goal is the best experience and a smooth process for our clients.
“Heartstone presented with longevity in the business, the ability to view previous work done and an attitude that they were interested in working with and for us. We would utilize Heartstone again for future projects and absolutely would recommend them to anyone considering a stone/paver project.”
“The professionals at Heartstone considered my needs and my ideas and executed a project more beautiful and exciting than I had first imagined possible.“
“I just wanted to let you know how pleased we are with the job you guys are doing. We really appreciate your honesty, integrity, and craftsmanship. Everything is beginning to come together and it is looking great. I appreciate your extra effort and watching out for us. Your ideas and suggestions have been very helpful.”