Indiana Limestone veneer is used to clad all types of buildings and walls. Whether it is applied to the entirety of a residence or cladding a retaining wall, Indiana Limestone veneer makes the project standout. The consistency in the color allows for subtle movement in the natural material. It shows standout design as an alternative to other cladding products such as brick or siding. The Indiana Limestone veneer holds an above average resistance to sound travel. The material also maintains strong thermal storage, reducing the heat flow to it’s structure. The veneer can be cut to shop drawing specified sizes to make large panels or smaller ashlar pieces that the mason assembles in the field.
Rockfaced: Typical finish for ashlar but can be applied to larger pieces. However, larger height stones have larger projection tolerances.
Smooth: Honed finish which can be applied to small veneer pieces or large panels.
Bush Hammer: Distressed finish can be applied to small veneer pieces or large panels.
Waterblast: Distressed finish popular with restoration pieces. Can be applied to small veneer pieces or large panels.
Tool Cut: Striated linear finish typically in a vertical direction. Usually spaced in grooves per inch.
The Indiana Limestone veneer can be anchored to different wall types. The veneer can be cut in the mill to easily accept different types of anchoring. The veneer can easily be drilled or slotted in the field by the mason to line up with studs.