Because it is made from natural stone patterns, cultured stone veneer looks and feels like natural stone. With colors and textures that are carefully controlled, and the reduced weight and costs compared to natural stone, cultured stone has become the most desirable stone on the market. With many patterns, hundreds of colors and a complete line of accessory items, cultured stone products offer endless possibilities.
Benefits of Stone Veneer
Stone veneer adds character to a home’s exterior or interior for a reasonable price. It is typically used to accent traditional exterior siding materials like wood, stucco, aluminum or vinyl.
When coupled with vinyl siding, manufactured stone veneer delivers a virtually maintenance-free exterior that is architecturally enhanced, durable and environmentally friendly — at a terrific value.
These products provide a practical way to enhance interiors, bringing the rustic warmth of the outside to the inside, including bathrooms, basements, kitchens, entries and more.
Why Choose Stone Veneer?
At 10-15 lbs per square foot, masonry veneer is more lightweight than natural stone — the thin surface material can be applied directly to a solid facing without special engineering or footings.
While full-dimension stone or brick masonry can be four inches or more in depth, thin veneer stone is just 3/4” – 1-1/4” thick.
Its lighter weight, ease of installation, variety of styles and colors, and affordable cost makes stone veneer the choice preferred by homeowners, builders and remodelers over conventional masonry and natural products like thin stone veneer.
Once installed, cultured stone veneer is virtually maintenance-free, requiring only an occasional light washing to remove dust and dirt. Require no painting, coating or sealing.
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