Trying to decide on a color for our fireplace that will be built this spring….I was wondering if you would have any pictures of fireplaces done in Greenwich Gray in … Read more
Our thin veneer Certification classes are conducted in English.
Brian Post of The Stone Trust demonstrates the use of tools to shape stone for dry-fit stone walls.
Use this a tool like the Bon Tools Wet Film Gauge. Watch this instruction video.
A customer writes: “I’m hearing various answers from masons as to whether this product (Laticrete Hi-Bond) can be applied to a foundation that is painted.” The answer directly from Laticrete: … Read more
Natural Stone Edge Finishes
A customer writes… In your showroom you have a fireplace (see below), with a lot more tan colors than the Boston blend in the other samples. Is this random based on … Read more
The “tighter” ashlar stone displayed in our showroom was in fact more carefully crafted for a dry-fit installation by our stonemason resulting in tighter joints. What we try to show … Read more
Stoneyard Thin Veneer is a natural product, not man-made from concrete. The stone is at least one million years old, has been through countless freezes and thaws so there will be … Read more
The Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Green Building Rating System™ The Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Green Building Rating System™ encourages and accelerates global adoption of … Read more
Industry sales of stacked stone panels have been rising steadily each year for the last five years. While we cut and split individual natural thin stone from New England … Read more
All natural stone veneer is “real” stone that has been split and sawn to be approximately one (1) inch thick. It is used as a wall covering for exterior and … Read more
Stoneyard.com’s New England Fieldstone was created by Mother Nature, making it one of the greenest building products available. In addition, all of our stone comes from within a 75-mile radius … Read more
David Croteau, owner and mason at Stoneyard™, explains the steps needed to create a full-scale mockup for customer approval prior to installing thin veneer in this 4-part video series on … Read more
The temperature needs to remain at 40 degrees or higher for 72 hours to cure. We can recommend Laticrete Hi Bond Rapid which will speed up the cure time, but … Read more
No masonry shelf is needed. Stoneyard™ Thin Veneer can be installed directly on cement board or brick.
Yes with LATICRETE MVIS Premium Veneer Mortar.
With the LATICRETE system you do not need to point.