Natural Stone siding Collection
As stone siding gained popularity, more and more companies began producing natural stone siding that was cut to a standard thickness from quarried stone or field stone. The most obvious advantage associated with real stone siding is that it is the authentic stone. When properly installed and cared for, stone siding will last indefinitely and stand the test of time.
Natural stone veneers feature extraordinary strength and everlasting beauty, making it the perfect choice for all types of exterior and interior projects. By installing stone siding veneer, home owners ensure that a smart long term investment in their home translate into good resale value.
Lifetime warranty and low maintenance requirements make natural stone veneer a favorite choice for any residential or commercial project.
This highly durable low cost veneer works great on both interior and exterior applications.
Remarkable strength and resilience
Architecturally unique and ageless design
Time-tested performance against extreme temperatures, stains, fire and chemicals
Mitigates moisture and increases energy efficiency
Backed by a lifetime warranty!
Length: 4" - 16" x Width: 6" x Thickness: 1.5"
Length: 4" -8" x Width: 6" x Thickness: 1.5"
**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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Hello ... I'd like more information about this produce: Rustic Moon - Rough Cut Slate What is the material? How is it installed? What is the cost per sq ft?
We try to provide as many details as possible for each product. As stated, the material is Slate, natural stone pieces, and that means that each piece of natural stone is unique and has different dimensions (within the provided specs).
At the bottom of each page there is a link pointing to the Installation Guide, and you can also check the "Frequently Asked Questions" page.
The stated price is per square foot for flats, and linear foot for corners (this is also written as a note below the price on each product page).