Masonry works include stone steps, chimneys, fireplaces, patios using dry stone technique or with mortar joints.



Sal Pilato has decades of experience in Connecticut’s Fairfield County and New York’s Westchester County.  He and his team are respected for their quality craftsmanship and attentive client service.  Value, precision, and material selection set their work apart from other masons.  After discussing material, site specifics, taste, budget and other considerations, Sal Pilato ensures his projects are carried out as planned.

Masonry projects include walkways, entrance steps, patios, stone paths.  Sal’s experience and attention to detail make him a valuable resource.  When excavating a hillside, creating a retaining wall, creating an outdoor kitchen, Sal knows how to avert potential problems.  As a result, his thoughtful considerations add tremendous value to his client’s homes.

Masonry Technique

The team has a critical eye.  They are experienced in various masonry technique. Whether it is dry stone, with mortar joints, using polymeric sand or set in stone dust.  Most importantly, the masons on the team are highly skilled stone cutters.  Moreover, they truly enjoy their work.  You can hear it in their whistle while they cut, shape and sculpt stones with precision. 

When Sal is away from his mason work, he is probably in his vegetable garden, making wine or playing bocce. Maybe he is watching Italian soccer, entertaining family and talking about how Ischia (his hometown) is the most beautiful island in the world.  Sal’s biggest passion and favorite toys are probably pizza ovens. His ovens are efficient and high functioning, many can be found on the brick oven and stone oven page.


At a masonry site in Greenwich, CT, part of the Pilato’s Artscape masonry team: Liborio, Segundo, Pasquale and Juanito.