Frequently Asked Questions
What is natural thin stone veneer?
Natural Thin Stone veneer is made from real, nature stone that is sawn on the back to a depth of roughly one inch thick. Oftentimes it is also referred to as thin veneer, thin cut stone, and sawn back veneer.
What is manufactured stone veneer?
Manufactured stone veneer is man-made product consisting of a concrete mix that is molded and colored. This lightweight, versatile product has many names including: architectural stone, concrete veneer, engineered stone, cultured stone, faux or fake stone.
Do you offer shipping or delivery?
We offer nationwide shipping on any amount of stone. And when you order a full truck load or more, we offer special pricing that can’t be beat!
How is stone veneer delivered?
Our stone veneer is packaged in safe and secure crated pallets and gets offloaded by the customer at the job site. Depending on total quantities needed depends on the amount on each pallet. Natural stone usually weighs one to two tons per pallet.
Do I purchase the stone in certain increments?
Natural stone can be purchased in the exact quantities needed, it is recommended that you order 10% to 20% extra. Manufactured veneer, clay bricks and blocks are sold in full pallet increments, which varies per product.
Are these stone veneer panels?
No, our natural thin veneer and building stones consist of individual stones.
How long does it take to receive an order?
It depends on how much stone you are ordering. Smaller quantities could be available as quickly as one to two weeks. Larger orders may take up to six weeks or more to complete with loads being shipped out on a regular basis as they are ready.
Should I order extra material?
We recommend ordering 10% to 20% extra to allow for waste and cuts. Actual amount of waste will vary between installers and installation techniques. Natural stone is often field trimmed and more or less trimming may be required depending on the desired look.
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