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Games or Dining

NSVI Stone Product: Cedar Creek
NSVI Collection: Dimensional

To compliment all of the basement entertainment areas, this dining alcove's walls were clad with the same stone found in the billiard room, Cedar Creek, a dimensionally cut natural limestone in gray, and buff.
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http://www.nsvi.com/products/dimensional/cedar-creek/

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courtz29 wrote:
How much would that wall cost for 10 meter's of it? - Hi, I am currently in grade 12 and we are doing an assignment about creating an entertainment area, and I was just wondering how much of that sandstone type stuff would cost if I wanted to create two walls both being 5 meters long? Thank you
   Comment   April 18, 2012
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tjaklitsch
Hi -- we installed El Dorado stone veneer on the exterior of our home. The price was about $6.00 sq. ft. for the flat stone, corners were more, but I don't recall the number plus an additional approximately $7.00 sq. ft. for labor (sorry - we don't use meters here).

You could also call the contractor's desk at Lowe's and see if they could give you a ball park figure for your project.

Good luck!!
April 18, 2012 at 5:11AM   
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Natural Stone Veneers International, Inc.
Good morning courtz29, and thank you for your inquiry! Pictured is our "Cedar Creek" product, a dimensionally cut stone limestone quarried in the Midwest (USA) and cut to approximately 1 inch thick. Sawing three specific heights adds cost to bring this real stone to market. As for retail pricing, most of our products will be competitive with artificial veneers that are similar in size, shape, texture and color, however, I can provide dealer contact information if you need more specific dollar figures: http://nsvi.com/contact.iml. Labor rates will vary across the nation (union vs independents). Many experienced masons will charge $15.00 - $25.00 per square foot. The installation practice is almost identical to artificial veneers. If someone is able to charge as little as $7.00 per square foot for labor, that's an incredible bargain and I'd be wary of their credentials, bond status, etc. Keep in mind that many thin veneer projects can be DIY.
April 18, 2012 at 7:41AM   
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