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Installing Manufactured-Stone Veneer

Made from cast concrete, so-called phony stone is good looking, affordable and easy to work with, but best of all, gravity is not required

This article explains how manufactured stone veneer, which is really cast concrete colored to look like natural stone, is applied to a substrate of metal lath with mortar. The author describes the different versions of this product on the market and includes a list of suppliers.

Installing Manufactured-Stone Veneer
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