Stoneyard’s David Croteau Explains Small Boston Blend Round Thin Veneer Sizing
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Stoneyard’s David Croteau Explains how Boston Blend Round Thin Stone Veneer Corners are Cut from large pieces of Select Round New England Fieldstone
David Croteau Co-Founder of Stoneyard.com explains how Boston Blend Round Thin Veneer is cut from whole pieces of Round New England Fieldstone.
As New England Nor’easter snow storm dumps over 10 inches of snow David Croteau shows the inside of Stoneyard’s 40,000 SF warehouse where our New England Thin Stone Veneer products are stored, warm and dry, ready for pickup or delivery to your job site.
BY LAURA ROTE gbdmagazine.com The Empire State Building, the Pentagon, the Lincoln Memorial. Polycor’s natural stone can be found on some of the most beautiful, iconic buildings in the world. But it’s not just historic buildings where you’ll find Polycor. The Canada-based company with quarries across North America and Europe has more than 1,200 employees worldwide and has brought
From: CADdetails Building a home or any residential area requires careful planning and meticulous building. Different materials will yield different results. No matter what homeowners are looking for, materials like wood and stone have numerous possibilities — by themselves and by combining them. These are the five most durable building materials that have withstood the
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
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
When working with natural stone, some cutting, splitting, and trimming is required to get the stones to fit together in the desired fashion. How closely you would like the stones to fit together is just one of the factors that will dictate how much material will be lost during installation. For more information on some
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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by Giovani Ricetti The first thing that most people think about when they hear the word porcelain, is their mother’s or their grandmother’s china sets. The assumption is that it is a fine, decorative form of pottery, but in reality it is so much more complex and a material unique to itself. With a long
Key things to keep in mind with tips from Tim Carter of askthebuilder.com So you have decided to take the leap and FINALLY cover that old brick fireplace or include a natural stone fireplace in your new home. Here are three tips to help you make the perfect stone choice, some tips from Tim Carter