Choose an Installer
Stoneyard.com's historic New England thin stone veneer is installed by some of the most talented masonry contractors in the country. First, stonemasonry is an art. The same exact stone veneer put up by two different stonemasons can look very different. After finding a Stoneyard® Certified Thin Stone Mason Installer in your area, review photos of previous installations by that installer. It is important to have a mock-up made prior to installation to verify the mason can achieve the look you desire. Know that Stoneyard Certified Installers have the knowledge and skill set to install stone veneer properly.
The STONEYARD® Certified Thin Stone Mason Installer program provides masonry professionals with tools and important tips for the most efficient and effective install. Classes are held regularly at our Littleton, MA training center. Choosing an installer is an integral part of any masonry project. Customers are looking for natural thin stone veneer experts who are experienced and knowledgeable about all aspects of the installation.
Let us help you connect to more customers. Stoneyard Certified Thin Stone Mason Installers benefit from having a dedicated showcase on Stoneyard.com. We encourage all installers of Stoneyard veneer stone to send us descriptions and photos of completed projects. No matter where the project is in the U.S., a local list of installers is readily and easily available to Stoneyard.com customers and visitors seeking stone veneer installers.
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Stoneyard Premier and Certified Installers. See their completed projects!
As with every industry at times it is hard to find a person or a company that you know will do good work. These Premier and Certified Installers are companies who will. Premier Installers are companies that we know have completed projects and can complete yours. Certified Installers have completed our in-person course on the preferred techniques for installing thin stone veneer. Please look at photos of completed projects. Consider each mason as an artist. If you like the style of their previous work, give them a call!