Hard scape projects require planning, skill, and the right materials. E.P. Henry pavers are known throughout the northeastern part of the United States for providing the Cadillac of concrete pavers. With over 100 years under their belt, precision and detail of hard scape materials are their specialty.
Old and outdated fireplaces are an eyesore and a safety concern. Bringing your home fireplace up-to-date with a new thin stone veneer surround is a rewarding and fun project you can do during winter.
Thin stone veneer sounds like something you would use to cover an ugly mailbox or use on the outside of a house, or in landscaping projects. Yes, it can be used that way. But thin stone veneer can be used so many ways. Let us show you the ways!
If you have been looking high and low for the most believable stone veneer available to add a touch of sophistication and elegance to the exterior of your home, to liven up a patio, or add luxury to an existing space, then Eldorado Stone veneer is what we as a trusted stone supplier recommend.
Thin stone veneer can be seen as part of the Roman Coliseum, the Segovia aqueduct in Spain, and many buildings in the Roman Empire. That stone veneer has changed much and has become a common feature of many landscapes. Additionally, it has become thinner, thus the name “thin stone veneer.” If you have been in New England, many of the homes use thin stone veneer.
Most experts agree, thin stone veneer has many advantages to regular stone veneer. It is more economical in price, is lighter in overall weight, and is simpler to install. So if this were true, wouldn’t it have already replaced regular stone veneer in all applications? Not always.
Imagine owning a home of timeless beauty, a place with a feeling of grandeur that commands respect at first glance. Adding a natural stone house front is a relatively inexpensive way to create the impression of wealth and luxury.
Have you seen any of the Home & Garden magazines lately? They’re filled with pictures of outdoor kitchens and free-standing fireplaces. Without a doubt, these backyard creations are the hottest things on the patio/landscaping market right now.