Manufactured Stone Collection
Manufactured stone veneer is also known as man-made, architectural, fiber-cement, cultured, or simulated stone siding. According to the home improvement television network HGTV, fiber-cement siding has grown in popularity among homeowners in recent years. Our low cost cultured veneer does not require much maintenance, and it's non-flammable and resistant to termites. Cultured stone-veneer siding is less expensive than natural stone and also comes in an array of styles.
Each cultured manufactured stone veneer is the light weight exact replica of the corresponding real natural stone. Our stones are modeled from natural stone, which was used as the inspiration when creating manufactured stone version, to truly capture its natural beauty, texture and style. Manufactured stone veneer is usually made of concrete and Portland cement mixed with natural or artificial pigments or extremely dense polyurethane that is poured into prepared molds. HomeAdvisor notes that fiber-cement siding can create the look of wood, stucco or masonry, making it a versatile option capable of creating various looks. In addition, fiber-cement siding is known for its durability, with some products coming with warranties lasting as long as 50 years.
Our lightweight, versatile, durable, and multi-purpose cultured manufactured stone siding allow you to easily add luxurious stone finishing to almost any indoor or outdoor surface. Our product styles and color blends can interchange between rustic to contemporary style treatments and formal or traditional applications as well, making it suitable for any type of residential or commercial wall siding project. Replacing exterior siding is one of the most significant home improvement projects homeowners can undertake. Stone siding project can give homes a completely new look, which is why choice of siding is such an important decision.
All stone siding veneers are equally suitable for interior and exterior wall application on almost any surface. Many homeowners fall in love with the natural appeal of manufactured stone. Additional benefit of architectural stone siding is the improved insulation value (as much as R-4.5) - which is helping you save money in the long run. Stone siding options are so extensive that homeowners are urged to discuss each veneer option with a siding professional (mason) before making their decisions.
Length: 4" - 20" x Width: 1.5" - 8" x Thickness: 1" - 2"
Length: 7.5", 6", 2.5"x Width: 1.5" - 6" x Thickness: 1" - 2"
- Frost resistant
- Lightweight design
- Architecturally unique
- Backed by a 50-year warranty
**However, the Shipping & Handling fees are 100% rebatable if you place the actual order. In that case we would credit the total of your order and deduct the cost of the samples you purchased.
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Where can I find the number of pieces in a box or both flat and corners? Other sites have me using linear measurements to figure out the amount I need. Basically...how do I determine what I need for a post roughly 24.5" x 24.5" 11 ' tall?
Discount Stones sells stone veneer by quantity in feet and not by boxes (the number of pieces per box varies for each veneer). We round up the ordered quantity to the nearest ft or box.
You need to calculate your post surface in square feet. 24.5 inches is 2.04 feet
To calculate square footage for one side of the post, you'd need to multiply 2.04 ft (width) x 11 ft (height) = 22.44 square feet. Now you need to multiply 22.44 by the number of sides to get the total square footage of veneer needed for your project. If the post has 4 sides, that would be 89.76 square feet total.
Corners are calculated by linear foot. 11 (height) x 4 (corner sides) = 44 linear feet for 4 post sides. One linear foot usually covers 0.7 square feet of surface. In your case, 44 linear feet of corners would cover approx. 30.8 square feet. That mean you will subtract the total surface 89.76 sf - 30.8 sf (corners) = 58.96 sf quantity of FLATS
You'd need 59 sf of flats and 44 linear feet of corners. Please keep in mind that masons recommend to ad 5% to your footage calculation to cover for cuts and fitting during installation.