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Stone Veneer

Stone Veneer

Masonry has been around for thousands of years and people have been building houses, walls, and many other things out of bricks and stones. Modern day masons still do plenty of stonework and bricklaying but in the past decade and a half something that is becoming quite popular is stone veneer. Stone veneer can be put together in factories and is much thinner and easier to work with so it is easily transportable, unlike stone and brick work of the past that had to be laid on the spot. You can purchase stone or brick veneer as well and have it cut to the sizes you need in order to put it up yourself. Brick and stone veneer looks as realistic as having the actual stone or brick laid down the old fashioned way, but being much thinner and easy to work with it is becoming very desirable, the prices are much cheaper as well.

Stone veneer is one of the best things to achieve the look of real stone without having to spend the time and money on a full masonry project. Stone veneer is available in sheets of pretty large sizes and many people are starting to buy stone veneer siding or even just a brick veneer fireplace face. Many of the larger home supply stores carry all kinds of veneer and usually they can deliver it right to your home after they cut the sheets to the sizes you need.

Foundation Stone Veneer

You can also hire someone to come do this all for you and it will still be cheaper than having the traditional masonry done, and when it is finished no one will be able to tell the difference. When getting real stone veneer it is still going to cost a bit, and an even cheaper route could be getting artificial stone veneer which looks just as nice as the real deal.

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