Thank you for considering Flawless Masonry for your new porch, stoop and/or steps. Our services extend from Western Nassau to Eastern Suffolk County (including the Hamptons). When it comes to masonry, we are a top choice for residents and businesses across Long Island.

Masonry Design & Installation

Flawless Masonry’s design and installation team has installed many stoops and porches on Long Island. We know the importance of your front entry. Not only do many new homes include stone porch entrances, but homeowners are adding stone porches to existing homes. There are small porches, corner porches and porches that wrap the front of your home or run the length of your home. Porches are the perfect spot for a bench, chairs, a porch swing or a set of rockers.

If you’re looking for a large porch, you can create a series of small living spaces that can be designed with furniture. Potted and hanging plants are a great touch to a porch as well. Have an old stoop and want to give it a face lift? Contact your Long Island Stoop and Step Company, Flawless Masonry.


Working with Existing Stoops

In most cases, Flawless Masonry can enlarge or reface your existing stoop. Some of the materials we use for stoops, steps and porch construction are brick, paving stones, cultured or natural stone veneer, stucco, bluestone, travertine, sandstone, and more. If you are considering changing the foot print of an existing stoop or porch and are unsure on how it would look, be sure to ask about our free 360 degree digital imaging.

Leave it up to your Long Island stoop and step contractor, Flawless Masonry, to make sure that everything is done to meet town and county codes. Tread depth riser heights and drop off heights are all taken into consideration. If a railing is going to be needed we can include it in our price or recommend outside contractors as a courtesy.


Browse our photos below to get ideas and inspiration for your new front porch, stoop and steps!

stoops and steps installed to connect with patio and driveway
stone stops and steps extending to meet asphalt driveway
gray stone stoop with three steps with matching pillars and flower pots
beige stone stoop with two steps down
multi level steps and stoops leading down to a stone driveway
stoop with four steps
rectangular stone porch leading down to stone walkway and driveway