Manufactured stone comes in a wide variety of styles, and colours from various manufacturers. Made to look almost identical to natural stone masonry it is a cost effective way to add some permanence to your home. Add some classic details to make the product look centuries old or choose a more modern style for a cleaner more contemporary look.
A reproduction of an Ontario Cottage. Elliptical arch over the front door and jack arches over the windows. Almonte Ont.
A.typical skirt wall on a custom home. Ottawa, Ont
Built in the 1960’s this home got a major renovation, including removing all the original dated brick and having this stone installed. Ottawa, Ont
Another reproduction of an Ontario Cottage with slightly different proportions . Note the elliptical arch over the front door and segmental arch over the dormer window. Almonte, Ont
Arriscraft Citadel, heritage grey. 4 size
A stone from Brampton brick, Artiste series
A post and beam, European inspired home done in Brampton stone, Vivace series
Thanks for not calling it ‘lick and stick’.
Thanks Matt, however, while the stone in this section is manufactured, it isn’t “lick & stick” All these stones are 4″ thick and sit on a “brick” ledge. I do have a thin veneer section as well.
Whoops! Manufactured stone to me is another name for cement molded ‘cultured stone’. Still a sweet job