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Pavers are a great building material for a patio. A concrete paver differs slightly from brick pavers. Paver installation can be done with sand or mortar on a concrete slab.

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Limestone is very common in the Cincinnati area. Limestone rock is used in many foundations. Some Indiana limestone has been used on facades in Washington, DC. Mammoth Cave is a great example of limestone caves.

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Tim Carter demonstrates how to use recycled cobblestones. Cobblestone can be used to edge gardens, driveways and walkways. These paving stones make a great border. Tim shows a method for installing paving stones.

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Natural stone is a highly desired construction material, but one that can empty the wallet with high labor and shipping costs. Cultured Stone® has been used for over thirty years and is much improved from its early days. Even with close examination, today's manufactured stone, made from concrete, can be very difficult to tell apart from natural stone. Except for the lack of weight and sans the hole in your pocket, cultured stone veneer products will fool the most discerning eye and can be used to create many exciting projects in and around your home.

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Cultured Stone® is basically concrete mixed with aggregate and color pigments and shaped in special, detailed, molds to produce a real stone look and feel. Quality stone veneer products are, therefore, durable and made with solid color to avoid discoloration over their long service span. Maintain and clean artificial stone with common sense and these tips, and your Cultured Stone® projects will outlast you.

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Achieve a natural stone look at a fraction of the price with Cultured Stone®. Some manufactured stone companies will customize colors as well to suit your special individual tastes. Artificial brick, pavers, cobblestone and wall cap stones are some of the other innovative products to make your project spectacular.

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Stone veneer manufacturers can provide you with man-made stone that looks real. I have been personally amazed by the realistic natural stone look of some of these manufactured stone products.

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Installing Cultured Stone® is fairly simple. Only basic tools are needed with mortar, and galvanized mesh and nails if your manufactured stone project is an exterior one. Have a mason build a test panel of your chosen stone veneer to see in advance the overall look, and follow these guidelines for a sensational real stone look from artificial stone.

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Get a real stone look with Cultured Stone® prices. Use stone veneer for a fireplace, manufactured stone for a cobblestone walkway, or try manufactured stone veneer wainscoting or a concrete wall with artificial stone. The possibilities for a natural stone look with Cultured Stone® veneer are exciting!

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Manufactured stone is a revolutionary material. It is made from concrete and special colored pigments. But to ensure it stays on a wall permanently, the stone mason who installs it needs to make sure they mix the stucco just right. It also helps to use a little cement paint as an extra bonding agent.

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