Monday, August 22, 2011

New England Home using Colonial Tan Mosaic Stone Siding



What better a way to spice up your home than to add a natural stone facade. The front entry, column accents, and siding were faced with Stoneyard.com Colonial Tan Mosaic Thin Veneer. White columns and trim really pop against the light beige, gray, and rust colors in the Colonial Tan mix. The dark wood door really pulls your attention to the beautiful statement piece surrounded by a warm blend of stone.



Monday, August 15, 2011

Hi-Way Concrete Products Uses Boston Blend Round Thin Veneer on Entrance Sign



Special thanks to Hi-Way Concrete Products for using our natural stone Boston Blend Round Thin Veneer on their new company sign. You can visit Hi-way Concrete Products at:

2746 Cranberry Highway (Rt. 28)
Wareham, MA 02571
508.295.0834

Monday, August 08, 2011

Ledgestone Home Natural Exterior Stone Facade Focal Point


This Massachusetts home was faced using New England Fieldstone Boston Blend Ledgestone Veneer. The stone was laid to give the dry stacked stone appearance with no exposed mortar. The beautiful mix of colors in the Boston Blend works well with the pale yellow color of the home. Corners were not used on this project because white trim enclosed the stone area. Trim, without the use of stone corners, is a cost effective construction option and it enhances the real stone veneer by drawing your eye to this well crafted focal point.

Monday, August 01, 2011

Wheaton College Selects Ledgestone Boston Blend Building Veneer for New Science Center


Local, natural stone stays in line with Wheaton's commitment to environmental sustainability.


A new science center is under construction at the Norton, MA school Wheaton College. What began in April 2010 is coming to an end and the final bells and whistles are being installed. This includes some amazing freestanding stonewalls that were made using the Boston Blend Ledgestone full thickness Building Veneer.

Approximately 2,000 square feet of stone was purchased and used throughout the landscape. This local stone was sorted and split right here in Littleton, MA. Why is this so important? It keeps in line with "green" building and enables the building to earn LEED certification credits.

This $42 Million dollar project is set for completion in Fall 2011. 

Check back soon to see pictures of the final project. Can’t wait and want to see the progress? Take a look at the construction web cam feed! It has pictures and a time-lapse video of the project.



For more pictures and info please visit the Wheaton College Project Page.