About


Evergreen Cast Stone is the product of a diverse mixture of experience and creativity.  We are a family run business with over 40 years of combined experience designing and fabricating with decorative concrete, manufacturing and renovation projects.

All our creations are designed and cast in our shop in Gormley, Ontario, just a few minutes drive north Toronto.

The company continues to grow, with a unique opportunity to focus the business on our values and commitment to the environment.

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Hand-Crafted Concrete Sinks

At Evergreen Cast Stone, our focus is on creating environmentally responsible products without compromising functionality, durability or design integrity..

Every sink at Evergreen is made by hand. Our concrete products mirror the character and raw beauty of whichever texture we are recreating. From the earth to our molds to you, only concrete allows you to display the varying imperfections and irregularities of nature itself.

Environmentally Friendly and for Evergreen

Not only are we passionate about what we do, we are just as passionate about how we do it and what effects our products and processes have on the world. We are heavily influenced by our environmental values and beliefs, taking great pride in being able to provide such a durable and versatile product using eco-friendly materials. Our mix designs incorporate the use of organic colours, recycled ingredients and natural binders reducing our use of Portland cement and lessening our carbon footprint on the planet.

Our casting techniques and mix designs undergo continuous improvement which focus on LEEDS compliance( Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) This is a rating system which was created by the US and the Canadian Green Building Councils.

The use of concrete for lavatories is relatively new, originating in California in the mid 1970’s. Today, with technological improvements in mix designs, sealers and fabrication techniques, concrete has become the material of choice by designers, architects and builders across North America looking for non-commoditized eco-friendly alternatives.