Window Sill

Mountain View Stone

  • $9.00


Finish your brick veneer or stone veneer siding project off with Mountain View Stone accessories. With three colors to choose from: Adobe, Buff and Slate you're sure to find exactly what you need to complete your renovation.

Window Sill: 18" x 2.5" x 3"

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  • Are the sills flat on the bottom or do they have a 3/8” or so drip edge? Do you sell direct or through Houzz.com?

    Thank you for your question and interest in our stone veneer. Our sills measure 3" deep, by 17.5" long, however you will most likely have a grout joint in between them so for measuring purposes please use 18", by 2.5" tall in the back and 2" tall in the front as our sills have approximately a 1/2" slope from the back to the front for water runoff. Installation is easy, simply install the back flat to the wall, no need to tilt or angle them down. Also, our sills have a drip edge groove cut into the bottom side so water cannot run behind the stone veneer installed underneath the sills. A selection of our best-selling designs are available on Houzz.com: https://www.houzz.com/products/siding-and-stone-veneer/seller--mountainviewstone. Please let us know if you have any more questions.

  • What type of material are your stone veneer widow sills made of? Cement, plastic, polyurethane foam? To be clear on the measurements of your window sill: 18" x 2.5" x 3" is that 2.5" in high by 3" deep?

    Thank you for your question and interest in our stone veneer. Our stone veneer is not real stone, it is man-made and made of Portland cement. Mountain View Stone strictly monitors every step of the production process for quality control. Made with Color Lock Technology, the face color has bonding agents in it to help protect against fading from harsh environmental conditions, cleaners, and even pressure washing (see our installation and maintenance documents for more information). Our sills measure 3" deep, by 17.5" long, however you will most likely have a grout joint in between them so for measuring purposes please use 18", by 2.5" tall in the back and 2" tall in the front as our sills have approximately a 1/2" slope from the back to the front for water runoff. Installation is easy, simply install the back flat to the wall, no need to tilt or angle them down. Also, our sills have a drip edge groove cut into the bottom side so water cannot run behind the stone veneer installed underneath the sills. Please let us know if you have any more questions.

  • How long are the sills?

    Thank you for your question and interest in our stone veneer. Our sills measure 3" deep, by 17.5" long, however you will most likely have a grout joint in between them so for measuring purposes please use 18", by 2.5" tall in the back and 2" tall in the front as our sills have approximately a 1/2" slope from the back to the front for water runoff. Installation is easy, simply install the back flat to the wall, no need to tilt or angle them down. Also, our sills have a drip edge groove cut into the bottom side so water cannot run behind the stone veneer installed underneath the sills. Please let us know if you have any more questions.

  • Are the tops of these sills sloped to provide water runoff or do I have to tilt when installed?

    Thank you for your question and interest in our stone veneer. Our sills measure 3" deep, by 17.5" long, however you will most likely have a grout joint in between them so for measuring purposes please use 18", by 2.5" tall in the back and 2" tall in the front as our sills have approximately a 1/2" slope from the back to the front for water runoff. Installation is easy, simply install the back flat to the wall, no need to tilt or angle them down. Also, our sills have a drip edge groove cut into the bottom side so water cannot run behind the stone veneer installed underneath the sills. Please let us know if you have any more questions.

  • Wondering how close a match your slate sills are to the stack stone black forest? The sills look much lighter than stack stone black forest and more towards the cool gray in color.

    Thank you for your question and interest in our stone veneer. Our slate sills are a little lighter than the base color in black forest. If you are ok with a little contrast, they work great. We offer three accessory colors in stock (adobe, buff, and slate) because usually one of them will work with any color of stone veneer we offer. Please let us know if you have any more questions.