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About Manufactured Stone
Manufactured Stone or “Cultured Stone” mimics the look of real stone, but improves the consistent color, quality and weight. Boral is a leading manufacturer of Cultured Stone, which we carry. Boral blends the best of art and science to elevate Cultured Stone.
Whether you have a residential or commercial need, large scale or small, interior or exterior; Cultured Stone is a great option.
How it’s made
Made from lightweight aggregate materials, Cultured Stone veneers are approximately one quarter the weight of natural stone and easily adhere to most wall surfaces.
Over the past 50 years, Cultured Stone has produced over 750 million square feet of stone veneer. When Cultured Stone is created, it has a 63 point inspection process to ensure quality.
There are many different types of forms or “cuts”; country ledge stone, cobble field, profit, dressed fieldstone, and southern ledge stone.
These cuts, shapes, and colors have been made to replicate and represent real places around the world. Aspen Southerland is made to look like stone from Aspen. They are made to replicate real stone from real places.
Cost advantages – There are 30-year warranties on all of our manufactured stone products.
Manufactured stone can be applied just about anywhere! This lightweight affordable foe stone is an excellent option for either inside or out. From backsplashes to bedrooms, manufactured stone adds character to any room. We always recommend using a professional mason, but for those of you who have the time, patience, and mechanical skill give it a try. Manufactured stone is available in either flats or corners. These outside corners are used to create a unique full stone appearance. Each stone is mortared on the back and applied to either metal lath or cement board. The stone can either be laid in a dry stack formation or with a mortared joint. Colored mortar may also be used to fill the joints.