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Stoneyard’s David Croteau Describes how to Cut a Miter Corner for use with Natural Thin Stone Veneer.
David Croteau from Stoneyard.com describes local stone delivery for Natural Stone Thin Veneer and tours a project using Boston Blend Ledgestone for stone siding.
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What is recommended to attach soapstone to a vertical surface? Can I use Laticrete Hi-Bond with shims to prevent the stone from sliding or moving. From: “Gilles D. Bignolas” <firstname.lastname@example.org>Date: January 27, 2021 at 8:14:50 AM ESTSubject:Soapstone Laticrete Hi-Bond will be suitable for soapstone, it seems to be a pretty dense stone so the installer will most
How to protect the surface of natural stone hearths, mantels, caps, pavers or steps with a textured or smooth finish. Use a stone sealer to repel water, enhance stone color, and/or add gloss to the stone surface. Prosoco Stone Sealer SLX100, Color Enhance WB, Gloss N Guard. David Croteau explains and shows the different uses
Stoneyard’s David Croteau tours the 16 acre stone yard in Littleton, MA to show used granite and bluestone pieces, slabs, blocks, building veneer, chucks and curbing. These pieces can be cut to size for hearths, mantels, fire pits, steps, retaining walls, thin veneer, building veneer, hardscape, landscape and many other architectural applications.