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Stone Exterior Siding

Making Your Home Memorable - Stone walls have surrounded some of the most elegant and timeless structures throughout history. Towering castles, old-world cities, and intimate gardens are a few of the images that a stone exterior brings to mind. Today, you can obtain this same look for your home through the use of stone siding.

There are two main variations in stone siding, natural stone and manufactured or architectural stone.

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Stone Exterior Siding

Natural Stone

Natural stone can be called rock siding, stone siding, and stone veneer, among others. It is typically limestone or granite, but can also come in quartzite sandstone and slate veneers. The stone is cut into different shapes with a planed thickness of 3 to 5 inches. Each ton of the stone that is purchased will cover 30 to 40 square feet, somewhat less for granite siding. View stone siding images.

Although natural stone is more expensive than manufactured stone, choosing this siding provides uniqueness to your home. No two buildings sided with natural stone will ever look exactly alike.

Manufactured Stone

There are many different varieties of manufactured stone, a few of which are highlighted below:

Stacked Stone

Stacked stone is a collection of rectangular simulated stone panels that are "stacked" to create a wall. The stone panels are manufactured to provide the same beauty, value, durability, and warmth as real stone, but are much lighter and available in a variety of colors and shapes. They can be purchased in square or interlocking shapes, and are typically 2 feet by 4 feet, one inch thick, and weigh about 5 pounds. Once the stone panels are stacked, the edges are sealed with caulking, leaving you with natural looking stone siding.

El Dorado Stone

This manufactured stone is made in a mold using natural stone and infused with color that will not fade with time. The stone is created using Portland cement, iron oxide pigments, and lightweight aggregates. It is manufactured nationwide and adheres easily to concrete, blocks, brick, or walls. Additionally, the price of El Dorado Stone is 1/3 to ½ as much as natural stone.

Advanced Rock

Advanced Rock is an artificial stone made of polyurethane panels. Each panel is several square feet each, quick to install, and are suitable for interiors or exteriors.

Other varieties of manufacture stone include simulated rock, stone façade, cultured stone, synthetic stone, faux stone, or fake stone, just to name a few. Manufactured stone offers a few advantages over choosing natural stone. It provides a similar look, while being less expensive and more readily available. Manufactured stone is surprisingly lightweight and can be installed easily by the handy homeowner. Its design can be arranged easily and stacked permanently into place.

Choosing the correct house siding for you depends on your personal preference and your cash flow. Regardless of the choice, stone siding will not only increase the value of your home but it will also bring it that timeless look and feel, making your home memorable.

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