Featuring New England Stone Veneer
Videos are the best way to gather information and see a project in depth. We have an extensive collection of New England all natural, REAL Thin Stone and Building Stone Veneer videos. Check out our project tours, installation video help, shopping for stone, testimonials, and TV appearance videos!
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This amazing project features our brand of New England Stone Veneer called the Boston Blend Round. The foundation, stairs, walls, chimney, columns and impeccable archways are all faced with this prefect blend of stones. The mason took the time and carefully selected each piece for a tight, dry finished look. Read More...
What New England home is complete without the finishing touch of local all natural, real stone? This beach town residence looks picture perfect with Stoneyard.com Boston Blend Square & Rectangular Thin Veneer. The natural mix of colors works harmoniously with the gray siding, white trim, and red shingled roof. Read More...
This tranquil water fountain features the New England stone Greenwich Gray Ledgestone. The blue/gray coloring with subtle stripes of green & white complement the stucco and green foliage that surround the piece. Beautiful palm trees and the soothing sound of water trickling...Read More...
Even on a rainy day, this home in Illinois looks amazing with natural stone accents by Stoneyard.com. The foundation, siding and chimney were all faced with a mix of the Boston Blend Round and Mosaic Veneer.
This home stands apart from the rest with a cedar shingle roof, copper finishes, and white trim. Read More...
This Colorado home is the perfect ski getaway! The wood beams and cedar shingle accents look beautiful against the reclaimed barn wood siding. The white trim pops against the antique gray of the house and really accentuates the perfect mix of colors that is in our Boston Blend Ledgestone Thin Veneer. Read more...
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. Read more...
Who wouldn’t want to spend summers here? This seaside New Jersey home has an historic appeal with great modern perks! 1,700 SF of natural stone veneer was used throughout the project. The foundation, walls, stair risers, siding, and garage were faced with Boston Blend Ashlar Thin Veneer. Read more...
Round Veneer Overview
Our Round Veneer is known for its traditional New England look. It is available as both a Thin Veneer (1 inch thick) and Building Veneer (3-6 inch thick). There are 3 different sizing options available for the Building Veneer. This video gives a complete overview of all the options available as well as some great finished photos.
Fieldstone Home with Square & Rec
David Croteau tours a private residence in Massachusetts that used New England Fieldstone Boston Blend in the Square & Rec Pattern. David explains the installation of building veneer, a cavity weep system, anchored veneer ties, stone sizing, corners, and the advantage of thin veneer and why it was chosen for a portion of the project.
Thin Veneer vs. Building Veneer
Description: Thin Veneer is natural stone siding that adheres directly to the wall. David explains how this is an advantage over traditional techniques for using stone in building construction.
People: David Croteau, VP of Sales
Watch as David Croteau of Stoneyard.com walks you through the steps of installing our New England Fieldstone Thin Veneer. From choosing the stone to grouting the joints, this instructional video is a great way to get started with your Thin Veneer do-it-yourself project.
Product Line Overview
Description: Historic New England Fieldstone. Five patterns. Two matching product lines.
People: Michael Bangs, Dealer Rep
The Five Shapes of Stone Veneer
Description: David Croteau of Stoneyard.com explains how Stoneyard.com creates natural stone thin veneer from fieldstone gathered from farms throughout New England. This green architectural stone siding is available in Ledgestone, Ashlar, Mosaic, Round and Square/Rectangular shapes for residential and commercial construction.
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Thin Veneer Vs. Building Veneer
Shipping Natural Stone:
This video will walk you through the steps of building a Fieldstone wall. Click here for a full written description of using New England Fieldstone to build a stone wall.