Example of a large classic gray two-story mixed siding gable roof design in DC Metro

Oakton Curb-Appeal

Traditional Exterior, DC Metro

Water-damaged stucco was replaced with stone veneer, fiber-cement siding, composite trim & moldings and a variety of architectural elements.
Example of a large classic gray two-story mixed siding gable roof design in DC Metro - Houzz

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marybuild wrote:December 13, 2011
  • Greg Sproles
    7 years ago
    It is a 2" thin veneer laid with grout joints. Nothing special, just a typical jointed veneer installation
  • cstylists
    7 years ago
    last modified: 7 years ago
    Greg thank you so much for being nice enough to answer my question. I really appreciate your time to do so . May I ask just Two more question ? Do you remember what color grout you used in this home ? I love the house and we are getting ready to build and I defiantly want this stone on my new home. Hopefully mine will turn out as beautiful as yours. Do you do the scratch coat over your wire lathe ? When I laid the stone around our foundation , I laid the rock directly over the lathe which had concrete block under it. I put plenty of concrete mix on the rock and worked each piece on to the lathe It would grab the stone fast with spacers in between. We have been here 15yrs. and the rock is tight and no cracking of grout seams. Why is the scratch coat done ? Is it for another moisture barrier ? Would you know where they Purchased the Juliet balcony railing ? I am looking for that type in composite ,
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