Adding Stone to a Cement Foundation

Adding stone veneer to a foundation can transform the look of a home and make it stand out in a development of similar homes. The process involves applying thin pieces of natural stone to the surface of the foundation, creating an elegant and timeless appearance.

One popular option for stone veneer is Boston Blend Square and Rectangular Thin Stone Veneer from This type of veneer features a mix of grays, tans, and browns that blend together beautifully to create a cohesive look.

To apply the veneer, first, the foundation must be prepared by smoothing out any rough protrusions on its surface. Then two coats of Laticrete Air & Water Barrier are applied to prevent efflorescence – water behind the stone that causes natural stones to “bleed” from salt or other minerals either in the water or naturally occurring in the stone.

Once this preparation is complete, thin pieces of Boston Blend Square and Rectangular Thin Stone Veneer can be applied using mortar. The corners should also be covered with thin veneers on all exposed sides plus granite capstones for added support.

The result is stunning: wooden columns appear supported by beautiful stonework while adding depth and texture to your home’s exterior design. Additionally, because natural stones vary slightly in coloration and pattern from piece-to-piece, each installation will have its unique character making your home truly one-of-a-kind.

In conclusion, adding Boston Blend Square and Rectangular Thin Stone Veneer from can elevate your home’s curb appeal significantly while providing long-lasting durability against weathering elements such as rainwater runoff or snowmelt during winter months.

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