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Three Common Applications For Adding Stone On A House

10/7/20 9:00 AM / by Noah Dempsey posted in Homeowners, Installation, Outdoor Design, Thin Stone Veneer, Thinstone Veneer, Stone siding, modern design, Residential Projects, Square & Rec, home design, Home Renovations, Home Decor, new home, Sustainable Products, Design Trends, Exterior Design, Design Ideas

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Using natural stone in any capacity can make a sizeable impact on the exterior design of any new or existing home. Stone has often been used for exterior home design projects not only for the appeal it brings but it's longevity throughout different climates. There are many ways to include natural stone in a exterior home project. Here we detailed three of the most common applications.

Greenwich Blue natural stone siding

Greenwich Blue Squares and Rectangles Siding

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Two Different Applications When Installing Ledge Stone Veneer

6/3/20 1:00 PM / by Noah Dempsey posted in Installation, Ledgestone Veneer, Natural Stone Veneer, Stone Veneer, Thinstone Veneer, Stone siding, home design, Design Inspiration

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There are multiple factors that contribute to the appeal of natural stone. Some include the unique and natural yet customizable aspects to any project that calls for the use of natural stone. Depending on the desired look, the most common stone veneer patterns : Mosaic, roughly Squares and Rectangles, Ashlar, Strip, Ledgestone and Rounds. These patterns can then be applied by masons/contractors using different techniques that offer yet another variable to the project. The Ledgestone projects below show two different ways this pattern can be used to transform any indoor/outdoor or landscape area. Harbor Mist  natural Ledge Stone Driveway

Harbor Mist Ledge Stone Wall

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What’s the Difference Between Sawn & Split Flagstone?

4/10/20 10:15 AM / by Noah Dempsey posted in Home Improvement, Installation, Landscape Design, Natural Stone Pool, Flag Stone, Unique Products, natural stone flagging, flagstone, pool coping, Patio Stone, Liberty Hill, Saw Shop

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The Saw Shop opened earlier this year and we introduced a new line of landscape products, including our sawn flagstone (flagging). As with the introduction of any new product we often receive questions asking for clarification on the difference between the standard “split” flagging and the new sawn flagging.

Liberty Hill Natural Stone Veneer Flagstone

Saw Shop Cutting Liberty Hill Flagstone.

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How to Install Stone Veneer Panels (Thinstak Veneer™)

6/22/18 9:25 AM / by Mike Wolfe posted in Installation, natural stone resources, stone panels, thinstak veneer

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We are excited to introduce our newest natural stone educational resource, a guide on how to install stone veneer panels. Earlier this year we introduced our Thinstak Veneer™ product line. These natural stone panels are great for exterior and interior applications but it's important they are installed properly. 

Installing Stone Panels

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Stone Veneer Installation & Technical Guide

5/9/18 11:27 AM / by DelgadoStone posted in Installation, Thinstone Veneer, natural stone education

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One of the most common questions we receive is about thinstone installation and care. We considered putting together our own guide but as a member of Natural Stone Institute (formerly BSI) we have access to their guide... and it's pretty awesome. Instead of wasting our time on something they have already worked hard on, we have decided to share their guide. 

Thinstone Veneer Installation 

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