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Natural stone veneer is made from various stone but usually slate, quartzite, sandstone which quarried from the earth. The large pieces are then sliced into thin profiles to create veneers. You can find many stone veneer products at affordable prices on the Stonecontact.com website.

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What is natural stone wall veneer?

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Natural stone veneer wall cladding is made of real natural stone extracted from the quarry. Large pieces are then sliced into thin profiles to form veneers.

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Is stone veneer cheaper than natural stone tiles?

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Yes, can say it is slightly cheaper and easier to application. Natural stone veneer wall panels, though cut thinner than solid stone, will still cost anywhere from $15 to $30 per square foot. Manufactured stone is available for a fraction of that cost, from $8 to $12.50 per square feet.

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Is stone veneer wall tiles expensive?

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Stone veneer can vary from $6 to $9 per square foot, compared to natural stone siding costing $15.00 to $30.00 per square foot. Obviously, the larger the area you're covering, the higher the cost will rise.

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What is the stacked stone?

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Also known as stacked stone, ledgestone is a type of natural stone tile used for walls, fireplaces or borders. It is made of all kinds of rectangular stripes of natural stone arranged uniformly on a mesh to form a veneer.

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How to clean ledger stone wall panels?

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We recommend using a soft-bristled brush to get rid of dirt and debris, then scrub the panel with warm water and a cleaner specifically made for stone products. Do not use bleach or acidic cleaning products as this will damage your stone accent.

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