Stone Siding


USA: Stone Siding Manufacturers





Stone siding is a thin layer of stone which can be applied to the surface of an exterior wall to give it the decorative look of stone. Natural stone siding is typically available in two thicknesses: Thin Veneer Stone Siding and Full Veneer Stone Siding. Thin Veneer is around one inch thick. Full Veneer Stone Siding is around four inches thick. In both cases the stone is fixed to the wall, with mortar then applied in the joints.


As cheaper alternatives to natural stone siding, there is cast stone siding, and plastic stone siding. Cast stone siding is made from concrete mixed with stone dust. Plastic siding is typically made of polyurethane cast from a stone-shaped mould and colored to resemble natural stone. Although more economical, neither cast stone siding nor plastic tone siding give the authentic appearance of natural stone siding.



The Rock Shoppe: stone siding. The Rock Shoppe, based in Plymouth, Michigan, is a leading supplier of natural and artificial stone veneer siding. It supplies the Buechel range of natural stone siding. It is available in two thicknesses: Thin Veneer, which is between 3/4 inch and 1.25 inches in thickness, and Full Veneer, which is between 3 and 5 inches in thickness. Buechel stone siding can be used for interior applications, such as fireplaces, as well as for external stone siding. The Rock Shoppe also carries Semco natural limestone, as thin veneer stone siding, and as full veneer stone siding.


Champlain Stone: stone siding. Champlain Stone, based in Warrensburg, New York, supplies natural stone, including stone siding, from its six company-owned quarries in the foothills of New York's Adirondack Mountains. Champlain's range of natural stone include Corinthian Granite, South Bay Quartzite, Summit Granite, Great Meadow Limestone, American Granite, and Adk Mountain Fieldstone. In addition to natural stone for stone siding, Champlain supplies natural stone for a wide range of residential and commercial applications, including residential fireplaces.


NextStone: faux stone siding. NextStone, based in Denver, Colorado, is a manufacturer of faux stone, including faux stone siding, manufactured with specially formulated polyurethane combined with fire retardants and UV inhibitors. To give a realist surface form, NextStone faux stone siding is cast from actual stone and rock. NextStone faux stone siding panels are 48 inches wide, 15 1/2 inches high, and 1 1/2 inches thick. They are designed to interlock, with a vertical recessed lap at the top of each sheet. The stone siding panels are available in six colors from buff to dark brown.



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