hand-crafts New England Stone Veneer made from real stone right here in the USA.

Our New England Stone Veneer product line consists of both quarried and weathered natural stones that have been cut thin (1 inch thick). The beauty and durability of this real stone is light enough to be installed on both interior and exterior surfaces. It can be used as stone siding, on fireplaces, chimneys, foundations, interior accent walls, columns, or any other architectural construction project that demands the finest surface covering.

Services Provided
All Natural New England Real Thin Stone Veneer. Light as Man-Made Veneer BUT with the Beauty and Durability of REAL Stone.

Perfect for both commercial and residential projects. Applications include: fireplace stone, foundation covering, stone siding, chimneys, columns, wine cellars, outdoor kitchens, and more.

Areas Served
Masonry and building supply centers throughout the USA.
To find your local dealer, please visit:
Contact: David Croteau
Location: 265 Foster Street
Littleton, MA 01460
Commented: In what areas of the US are thatched roofs permitted? Thank you for your question. I am not sure about the laws country wide, but this project is located in Massachusetts.
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Commented: Boston blend mortar color Thank you for your question. Yes, customers do use darker mortar to give the illusion of more depth. Although I dont have a darker mortar image to show you, here is a picture of our Boston Blend Round...
October 2, 2014 in Photo Questions  
Commented: What is the color/name of the stone used on this exterior? Thank you for your question. The product used was the Boston Blend Ledgestone Thin Veneer. You can view more information about it including photos here:
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