Ledgestone features a detailed pattern of stones that vary in height and width for a tight, sleek look that’s perfect for small areas or contemporary spaces.
Classic Ledgestone has specific heights created by sawing the tops and bottoms of each stone to create a more contemporary feel.
Ashlar is comprised of bigger rectangular and square stones for a rough, rugged aesthetic. Because of its oversized elements, Ashlar is often used on expansive exterior surfaces.
Like panes in a stained-glass window, our Mosaic pattern features a mix of veneers in different sizes and shapes. The finished look is rustic and random, making it a natural choice for rugged spaces and exterior applications.
Stack Ledge features the precise detail of smaller, hand-laid stones in an easy-to-install panel system. These panels are perfect for large runs where the pattern can be repeated and quick installation is key.
What is manufactured stone veneer?
You’ve likely seen and admired stone veneer — even if you didn’t realize it.
The stunning entryway of the home down the street, the amazing outdoor fireplace pictured on your favorite home-design website, or the accent wall in your friend’s in-home bar — stone veneer is all around you!
Stone veneer is made from lightweight aggregates mixed with iron oxides for color, and poured into molds to create pieces that mimic the look of real stone. From there, they’re made into individual “stones” or panels.
Stone veneer is cost-effective, light, and easy to install on any surface, making it a smart solution for your home or building project.