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Stone Veneer

Stone Veneer – Inspired by nature, designed by you

Whether you prefer the rugged look of a western lodge or the regal style of an Old World castle, there is a stone veneer designed with your next project in mind. Concrete stone veneer is a cost-effective, easy way to capture the beauty of stone inside and outside your home.

Application of stone veneer

Interior surfaces

  • Fireplaces
  • Interior walls
  • Bathrooms

Exterior Surfaces

  • Old Chimneys can be given a facelift
  • Cover up old Brick or Wood
  • Dress up a concrete wall
  • Columns

The best way to decide on the correct blend of shapes, sizes, grout thickness, and stone color is by laying the stones out on a small area and adjusting the different variables.

It’s so easy for you to choose what’s best for your project. A few things to keep in mind, though:

Stone Veneer Cost

One of the most debated advantages to thin stone veneer is the overall cost savings that homeowners and contractors will reap by using stone veneer. Most important is the fact that it is faster and easier to use so you get your job done quicker.

Stone Veneer Weight

Because stone veneer weighs less than natural stone, it is easier and faster to install and, in most cases – more economical to use than traditional, full-dimension stone. Because stone veneer is lighter weight, this means that homeowners and contractors can haul and install it that much faster than the heavier, full-depth stone. Also, thin veneer can be a beautiful way to bring a stone look to non-load bearing walls, as well as help architects and engineers in the overall design. One of the main advantages of the thin veneer is that, when weight is a problem (like veneering an entire two-story house), how that weight is distributed throughout the building and projects down the walls and into the footings is essential. This is an engineer’s nightmare and they like the thin stone veneer for that very reason.

Stone Veneer Size

Another main advantage of thin stone veneer is how little space it takes up. Traditional, full-dimension stone masonry can range anywhere from two inches and up depending on the structure and building needs. For that reason, thin stone veneer’s slimmer profile, ranging from only 3/4-inch to two-inches, can be a remarkable alternative for projects with limited space or other special considerations.