SPC TLB and Mobile 1-4-2016

Weathered-Stone

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355 Commercial Park Drive
Fairhope, AL 36532
About Weathered-Stone
  • Weathered Stone™ the World’s First Bendable Stone is a hand made stone and leather replica covering that is only 1/32nd of an inch thick. Weathered Stone™ can be adhered to practically all solid, interior spaces.
    “Weathered Stone™ can be installed over a multitude of surfaces with minimal prep work. We have installed over bare sheetrock, painted sheetrock, textured walls, walls with small holes, wood paneling (without filling in the grooves), cinder block, brick walls, concrete, plastic laminate, inside cultured marble sinks, metal, floors, and much more. Weathered Stone™ has a Class-A fire rating, the product is safe to use on gas or electric fireplaces”, said Sean Howard, President and Inventor of Weathered Stone™.
    Weathered Stone™ is produced on a canvas backing; the texture is primarily plaster, and has 15% additives for strength and durability. The product is then cut, cracked, and colored by hand. Weathered Stone™ has 22 standard colors, and custom colors are available. The product is manufactured in pre-cut sizes, and can easily be cut down to any size or shape.
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