Owens Corning Cultured Stone®

Stone Center of Indiana offers the complete line of Owens Corning Cultured Stone® for your building projects. Cultured Stone remains the leader in manufactured lightweight stone veneers. With an array of shapes, sizes, textures and colors Cultured Stone is sure to have the look you desire.

Stone Center’s lineup of Cultured Stone includes: Country Ledgestone in Aspen, Black Rundle, Bucks County, Caramel, Chardonnay, Eucalyptus, Honey, Mohave, Red Rock, Shale, Walnut, and White Oak; Drystack Ledgestone in Caramel, Cedar, Chardonnay, Mist, and Suede; Pro-Fit® Alpine Ledgestone in Autumn, Chardonnay, Harvest, Mohave, Pheasant, and Shale; Pro-Fit® Ledgestone in Autumn, Gray, Mojave, Platinum, Shale, and Southwest; Southern Ledgestone in Aspen, Bucks County, Chardonnay, Fawn, Fog, Gray, Rustic, Walnut, and White Oak; Weathered Edge Ledgestone in Silverado and Wisconsin; Cobblefield® in Austin, Chardonnay, Cypress, Desert Blend, Gray, Ohio, San Francisco, and Texas Cream; European Castle Stone in Bucks County, Chardonnay, Golden Blend, Gray and Slate; Rockface in Bucks County, Dover, Granite, Romanna, and Stirling; Limestone in Buckeye, Bucks County, Cedar, Chardonnay, Lake Erie, and Suede; Coral Stone in Fossil Reef; Dressed Fieldstone in Aspen, Brandywine, Bucks County, and Chardonnay; Old Country Fieldstone in Pheasant, Piedmont, Riviera, Romana, and Tudor; Stream Stone in Spring, Summer, and Winter; River Rock in Earth Blend, Lake Tahoe, Lakeshore, Mackinac, Michigan, and Whitewater. Stone Center also carries the Owens Corning line of Cultured Brick® including: Used Brick in Antique Red, Bucks County, California Drift, Chardonnay, High Desert, Horton Bay, and San Francisco.

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.

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.