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.
A common question we receive is “what is the difference between Full Bed Veneer and Thin Stone Veneer”? We’re fortunate enough to create both Full Bed and Thin Stone here and while thin stone is more popular, there are those who prefer the full bed veneer for their project.
Natural or man-made… that is the question? Whether you’re a homeowner looking to renovate part of your house or a commercial contractor designing the the lobby of an apartment building, the decision must be made on whether or not you will use natural thin stone or faux stone.
You may not be familiar with “thin stone veneer”, but there is a good chance you have come across it at some point. At first glance, you may have seen it used for a fireplace or chimney. Now, it’s common to see the interior or exterior of both residential and commercial structures using thin stone veneer during construction.
Whether it’s a residential or commercial project, selecting the right thin stone veneer can seem overwhelming. With so many products and and styles, you could go on for days trying to decide what you’re going to use. It is, after all, something that will last you a long time if done properly.