Split Face / Rubble / Ashlar Natural Building Stone Veneer
Natural building stone veneer is 3½” to 5” deep, and is laid on and supported by a foundation. Split face, also called ‘rubble’ or ‘ashlar’, is a building stone laid to expose the split side of the stone as it would naturally lie in the quarry. Split face building stone veneers yield an elegant and refined look of colors and textures.
Stone Center’s large selection of split face natural building stone veneer includes: American Granite™ Ashlar, American Granite™ Ledge Stone, American Granite™ Thin Ledge Stone, Apple Creek, Apple Creek Ledgerock, Aqua Grantique Ledgerock, Bear Mountain Ledgerock, Beaver Creek, Brown County™ Rubble, Charcoal Cobble Creek, Chilton Country Squire, Chilton Ledgestone, Confederate Gray Ashlar, Corinthian Granite® Ashlar, Corinthian Granite® European Ashlar, Corinthian Granite® Ledge Stone, Corinthian Granite® Thin Ledge Stone, Fond du Lac Country Squire, Fond du Lac Ledgestone, Gray Cobble Creek, Great Meadow Limestone® Ashlar, Hamilton, Indiana Brownstone™ Rubble, Indian Hill™ Rubble, Mill Creek Country Squire, Ozark Chop, Rustic™ Rubble, Sandy Creek, Sandy Creek Jumpers, Sandy Creek Kings Blend, Sandy Creek Ledgerock, Sierra, Silverdale Palace Blend, South Bay Quartzite® Ashlar, Stoneybrook, Stratford Cross, Stratford Cross Cobble Creek, Summit Granite® Ashlar, Vail, Van Tassel Granite® Ashlar, Van Tassel Granite® Ledge Stone, Van Tassel Granite® Thin Ledge Stone, Whispering Pines Ledgestone, White to Gray™ Rubble, and Winfield Split-Face.
Located in Indianapolis, Stone Center of Indiana delivers to many nearby cities including but not limited to Anderson, Bloomington, Columbus, Evansville, Fort Wayne, Marion, Muncie, Lafayette, Louisville, South Bend, and Terre Haute. Please contact a Stone Center sales professional at (855) 211-9100 for more information.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGARDING MOLD PREVENTION:
Protect yourself from the potentially devastating damage that can be caused to your structure by moisture intrusion and mold. Consult with your Stone Center building materials provider about the importance of proper stone installation techniques and use of a recommended vapor barrier designed to prevent mold damage.