Hackett Stone - Desert Sand SAMPLE
When it comes to your home renovation or building project, we know and appreciate how important it is to choose the right product. While we do our best to offer high quality images of all of our products, sometimes you need more than just images, which is why we now offer samples of all of our brick veneer and stone veneer! Our samples, on average cover a 6"x6" area and are actual product. Our samples allow you to see and touch the product and get a good understanding of weight, thickness, color and color variation, etc.
We encourage all of our customers to test our samples to ensure they meet your standards and expectations, and of course if you have any questions please let us know, we are more than happy to help you!
And as an added bonus when you purchase Mountain View Stone samples we cover the shipping (applies to the continental USA. For orders shipping to Canada, Alaska, Hawaii and Puerto Rico please contact us for shipping rates.).
Try before you buy, order a sample of hackett stone desert sand today!
Our samples, on average cover a 6"x6" area.
Mountain View Stone samples are produced by combining Portland cement, lightweight aggregate, and iron oxide mineral colors.
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Can the hackett stone be installed on cement board without lath and scratch coat?
Thank you for your question and interest in our stone veneer. Our installation instructions can be downloaded at https://mountainviewstone.net/pages/post-purchase-support. For the surface prep, which is the most important step, you will need to install a moisture barrier and then install wire lath over that. Make sure the nails or screws for wire lath hit studs to ensure a good foundation. Your scratch coat goes over the wire lath and then the stone veneer. We recommend our stone veneer and brick veneer be installed with Type S mortar. Mortar is recommended for installation opposed to an adhesive as mortar is cheaper than adhesive, and when installing with an adhesive you must hold the stone in place until the adhesive sets which really slows down installation time, whereas mortar instantly holds. Please let us know if you have any more questions.