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How to Install Stone Veneer Panels (Thinstak Veneer™)

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

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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

Picture of Sea Island Interior Installation

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Stone Veneer Installation & Technical Guide

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

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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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Understanding Natural Stone Veneer

11/13/17 6:28 AM / by DelgadoStone posted in Installation, Natural Stone, Natural Stone Veneer, Real Stone Veneer, Stone Shapes

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Before you place your order for natural stone veneer it's important for you to understand what you are buying. Natural stone, or real stone veneer, is beautiful because it's not perfect. It's from the Earth and shaped into rough patterns so the owner of the project can make it look the way they want it to. Unlike stone veneer panels or faux stone, our stone veneer arrives on a pallet in layers of individual pieces. Each pieces is unique and distinct.

Stone Veneer Packaging The top layer of a CT Blend Ashlar Pallet
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How to Install Natural Thinstone Veneer

9/24/16 10:52 AM / by DelgadoStone posted in Installation, Masonry, Natural Stone, Thin Stone, Thinstone

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The majority of masons and contractors know how to install natural thinstone veneers but if it’s your first time or you are a homeowner, you may have some concerns. People hear the words “natural stone” and think it’s a heavy and complicated process. While we often recommend working with a mason or contractor there are some brave enough to attempt this on their own. This article is for you.

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