Shopping for Stone
Round Veneer Overview
Description: Our Round Veneer is known for its traditional New England look. It is available as both a Thin Veneer (1 inch thick) and Building Veneer (3-6 inch thick). There are 3 different sizing options available for the Building Veneer. This video gives a complete overview of all the options available as well as some great finished photos.
Product: New England Fieldstone Boston Blend Round Thin Veneer and Building Veneer
Ledgestone Veneer Overview
Description: Ledgestone is one of our most popular shapes. It is know for its beautiful colors and graining. It is available as both a Thin Veneer (1 inch thick) and Building Veneer (3-6 inch thick). There are 5 unique color options for this shape: Boston Blend, Greenwich Gray, Colonial Tan, Yorkshire Granite, and Sapphire Blue. This video gives a complete overview of all the options available as well as some great finished photos.
Product: New England Fieldstone Ledgestone Thin Veneer and Building Veneer in all 5 colors
Natural Stone Veneer "5-2-5" Overview
5 Shapes, 2 Thicknesses, 5 Colors
Description: Mike Bangs discusses all of the natural stone veneer options available through Stoneyard.com. These include 4 additional colors to the popular Historic New England Fieldstone Boston Blend.
People: Michael Bangs
Product Line Overview
Description: Introduction to New England Fieldstone and the products we make from it.
People: Mike Bangs, Dealer Rep
Real Stone vs Artificial
Description: Customer submitted video about why real stone represents a lower cost of ownership.
People: Stuart Murr, Designer, Architect and Builder, Smart Designs Inc., Springfield, Missouri.
The Five Shapes of Stone Veneer
Description: David Croteau of Stoneyard.com explains how Stoneyard.com creates natural stone thin veneer from fieldstone gathered from farms throughout New England. This green architectural stone siding is available in Ledgestone, Ashlar, Mosaic, Round and Square/Rectangular shapes for residential and commercial construction.
People: David Croteau
Thin Veneer vs Building Veneer:
Description: David explains how Historic New England Fieldstone Thin Veneer is made from full thickness Building Veneer
People: David Croteau