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Jayden Boyd
Hi, would like to use stacked stone for end of entrance hall way, we have normal plaster wall, can anyone tell me if you can directly glue the stacked stone onto plaster or do I need to apply another board for bracing to support the weight
   
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Realstone Systems

this is from my technical director "You would need to install cement board over the plaster, screwed to the studs then thinset mortar application." for more information feel free to contact him directly 866-698-5066

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Debbie Snider

Please note the updated link for Norstone USA:

http://www.norstoneusa.com/products/stacked-stone-cladding/

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