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How to install Thin Stone Veneer Columns

In this video David Croteau explains how Darren Blackwell of Blackwell Landscape Construction has planned and prepared for the installation of Boston Blend™ Square & Rectangular flats and corners for an interior column project at Stoneyard®. If these columns were outdoors they would require a waterproofing barrier on the cement board prior to installing the thin veneer. Blackwell Landscape Construction Corners for New

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HOW TO CALCULATE THE EXPECTED WASTE FACTOR FOR THIN STONE INSTALLATIONS

How to Calculate Your Waste Factor Performing the Calculations: 1.) Multiply wall height (step 1) X wall width (step 2):   ____________  X  ____________ =  ____________  Total square feet of surface area 2.) Multiply height of all corners (step 3) X 75% coverage gained per lineal foot of corners:  ____________  X  0.75  =  ____________ Total suface area

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Boston Blend Mosaic DIY Roger Parker Lake Winnie Cottage

Boston Blend Mosaic DIY Parker Lake Winnie Cottage

DIY Cottage Boston Blend Mosaic Hi Dave, Thanks to everyone at Stoneyard for helping me get some of the DIY projects completed at my Lake Winnie cottage. First I replaced a faux rock fireplace backing with Boston blend Mosaic veneer. Then I tackled a basement redo into a veneer/ antique wood bar area needing a

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Aquaphalt

Aquaphalt Driveway Repair

A Permanent, Eco-Friendly Asphalt Patch. Picked #1 by Consumer Reports! Revolutionary permanent asphalt and concrete repair material for pothole repair, pavement repair, utility cuts, walkways, tennis courts and driveway repair — it works even in wet and cold conditions. Aquaphalt 4.0 is used for repairs less than 1 inch in depth. Aquaphalt 6.0 is used for repairs

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