Architectural Concrete Masonry Products from Echelon Masonry

Cordova Stone™ From top to bottom, Cordova Stone™ can economically supply you with the look and feel of natural limestone or cast stone. Cordova Stone units are high-density, pre-finished architectural concrete masonry units that achieve the look of natural stone by incorporating all-natural aggregates, delivering the prestigious appearance which has remained a desired look for centuries.

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Veneer Brick | Largest selection - Wall Thin Brick | BRICK-IT

Brick It™ provides the most convenient way to build your own thin brick wall. We offer the largest selection of thin brick colors, textures and sizes. The Brick-It™ panel systems make the installation of brick veneer easy, economical and durable. With less time and money you can increase the value and beauty of your house or building.

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Natural Facing | You Can't Fake Natural

You Can't Fake Natural. Enjoy the unending quality and beauty of nature’s most durable building material with sawn thin stone from Natural Facing. Our Stone Blends. Perfected by Nature. Our product comes from a quarry, not a factory. Natural Facing is 100% real stone and naturally weather proof. It doesn’t chip or wear like manufactured stone.

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Thinset for Stone Veneer Installations Explained | Surface

Thinset mortar is a blend of cement, very finely graded sand, and a water retention compound that allows the cement to properly hydrate. Tile and stone set by the thinset method is adhered to the substrate with a thin layer of “thinset” cement. The terms thinset cement, thinset mortar, dryset mortar, and drybond mortar are synonymous.

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Retaining Wall Blocks | Landscape & Patio Stone Retaining

Landscape Wall Project Ideas. In addition to retaining walls, project ideas include outdoor fireplaces, fire pits, stone mailboxes, stone water features, outdoor kitchens, built-in seating, built-in planters, pillars and garden walls of various heights. Our wall blocks can also

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Manufactured Stone and Stone Panels | Native Custom Stone

Unlike natural stone or brick, our manufactured faux stone veneer does not need a concrete base for support, making it ideal for remodeling projects as well as for new construction. Using the proper manufactured stone installation techniques Native Custom Stone will adhere to almost any surface which opens up a world of design opportunities.

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The Cost-Effective Alternative—Formliner ... - Custom Rock

Whether your design involves natural shapes and textures or more geometric or linear designs, you can trust the creative talents and quality customer service that we bring to every project. Contact industry-leading Custom Rock Formliner to find out more or to schedule your concrete formliner project today. Call (800) 637-2447.

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How to Install Faux Stone and Brick Veneer - Home Stratosphere

A stone or brick home has a timeless elegance that many love but redoing your siding to be made of stone or brick is expensive, time-consuming, and you need to hire a contractor. However, faux stone and brick veneer gives you that timeless elegance for a significantly lower price and you can install it yourself.

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Large Selection Brick, Stone - Indiana Brick | Top Masonry

Indiana Brick is Indiana’s leading brick distributor offering the widest selection of brick and stone from the largest and most respected manufacturing partners. In addition, we carry block, landscape and hardscape products, masonry supplies and tools.

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Veneer Stone vs. Natural Stone - Before You Buy

For a veneer-style cover, natural stone is quarried and then cut into slices with an industrial-size, similar to a wet tile saw. Though veneer, this is still 100-percent natural stone and measures about 3/4-inch to 1 3/4-inch thick. Face sizes for natural stone depend on the type of stone, but tend to stop at around 18 inches in diameter.

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Manufactured Stone

Today's manufactured stone combines Portland cement, lightweight aggregates, and mineral oxide colors, to duplicate the color palette of building stone common to most U.S. regions. The process utilizes a variety of molds, which create textures and shapes that replicate natural stone. Units can be hand-tooled and hand-finished at the jobsite. Installing veneer units is virtually as easy as tiling a wall.

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