We produce custom address stones various sizes for all standard uses. Each stone is precision cast and ships next business day.
Installation in thin veneer masonry is relatively simple, as you'll follow the same process you use for the pieces of veneer you've been installing.
First, measure out your location. Check your spacing and make sure it's level, then mortar it in just as you do with the brick or stone. Our 1 ½” thick address stone is the correct size for thin veneer.
Full-Depth Masonry - 2-1/2” x 7-5/8” x 15-5/8” Address Stone
For full depth masonry, i.e. bricks, you'll basically treat our 2 ½” thick address stone just as you treat a brick. The stone is sized appropriately so that it will time out properly with your bricks. Simply measure out your location and mortar it in just as you do with brick, cutting partial bricks as necessary to keep your timing correct. Check to make sure it is level.
This is the same process for DIY brick mailboxes, and you'll use our 2 ½” stone for all full depth brick applications.
Thin Brick - 3/4” x 7-5/8” x 15-5/8” Address Stone
For this brick, you guessed it: measure out your location and mortar it in just as you do with the brick or stone. You will want to check to make sure it is level. You will use a ¾” stone for the thin brick application.
Siding - 3/4” x 7-5/8” x 15-5/8” Address Stone
Address stones also look fantastic when placed in siding. Get started by measuring out your location. Cut back the vapor barrier on the sheeting. Using a climate appropriate adhesive, you will attach the stone directly to the sheeting. You will then J-channel around it to seal it and finish it off.
For siding use our 3/4" thick address stone.
The last application we'll cover is Stucco. After measure out your location, attach address stone with climate appropriate adhesive right to mesh underlayment. If you want to install before applying the mesh you should cut back the vapor barrier and attach directly to the sheeting.
For Stucco use our 3/4" thick address stone.