Our thin stone veneer has a sawn back that allows for quick and easy installation in Toronto.
At Maxwell Stone, we are committed to providing a variety of custom stone solutions for builders, homeowners, contractors, and businesses looking for ways to ensure that every project is a success. Whether you are adding a unique fireplace accent, you’re remodeling your home’s exterior, or your customer has a landscaping project requiring natural stone in Toronto, Ontario, you can find what you need with us at Maxwell Stone.
One option that many of our customers enjoy and that we recommend is our thin stone veneer. Typically used for application in the interior/exterior of houses, fireplaces and other wall applications where weight and installation time are factors, our thin stone veneer is 3/4”-2″ thick stone and is lightweight (generally less than 15 lbs. per square foot), reducing the need for a weight-bearing foundation.
Thin stone veneer from Maxwell Stone is available in two product categories:
- Hand Select Series – Naturally split for 3/4” to 2″ thickness, as it occurs in the quarry, this option is fairly flat in appearance and available in flats and corners.
- Diamond Select Series – Sawn thin using full thickness building stone, this option provides a more textured appearance and is available in “L” shaped pieces that wrap around corners and give the appearance of a full thickness (4″-6″) veneer stone.
Our thin stone veneer has a sawn back that allows for quick and easy installation, and your project will have beautiful and long-lasting results. Contact us at Maxwell Stone today to find a showroom, order sample boards, or inquire about our wholesale options of thin veneer stone. We look forward to working with you.
At Maxwell Stone, we offer thin stone veneer products to residents of Toronto, Newmarket, Aurora, Vaughn, Innisfil, Barrie, Collingwood, The Blue Mountains, Thornbury, Muskoka, Orillia, Southern Georgian Bay, Grey County, Meaford, Owen Sound, Orangeville, Thornhill, Scarborough, Woodbridge, Mississauga, Brampton, Caledon, Mono, and Bramalea, Ontario.