Cedar Fort Ledgestone is a thin strip style ledgestone comprised mostly of rectangular pieces with a few angled edges. Featuring natural edges, while maintaining a tight fit, this stone is ideal for those that want a clean looking ledgestone. The color range includes subtle tans, light browns, and hints of cream. This stone is traditional installed in a dry-stacked style, although it can be installed with a mortar joint.
Cortland Ledgestone is a large format, lineal style ledgestone. It has a rough textured face and features shades of grey with intermittent warm rust tones. Its natural, somewhat irregular edges allow for a thin mortar joint. It may also be installed in a dry-stacked style with additional cutting and fitting.
Diamond Point Ledgestone is a sawn edge ledgestone designed to be installed in a tight-fitted pattern to create a clean lineal look. It contains color tones of light to medium grey with occasional rusty brown pieces. It is ideal for dry-stacked style installation.
Fawn Grove Ledgestone is an irregular style ledgestone featuring subtle tans and light greys, giving it a very neutral color palette. It has a rough, split face texture and a wide variety of sizes. It is traditionally installed with a thin mortar joint, but it may be installed in a dry-stacked style with additional cutting and fitting.
High Point Ledgestone is a lineal style ledgestone featuring dark greys, blacks, and subtle rust and brown tones. With elongated pieces and a rough textured surface, this stone is stunning when installed in a dry-stacked style. It can also be installed with a mortar joint.
Kingston Ledgestone is a medium sized, linear style ledgestone. It is predominantly light to medium grey with some very subtle white and rusty veining. It is traditionally in a dry-stacked style, but it may be installed with a mortar joint.
Sheridan Ledgestone is a large format ledgestone similar to a small ashlar style stone. It has elongated rectangular shaped pieces that are typically installed with a mortar joint. It has a very creamy grey color range that imitates the appearance of older style limestone buildings.
Silver Bay Ledgestone is an irregular style ledgestone with a split face texture. It features a range of blueish greys as well as a small range of cream colors. Its diverse range of sizes, textures, and shapes give it an authentic old world feel. It is typically installed with a thin mortar joint, but may be installed in a dry-stacked style with additional cutting and fitting.
Stony Point Ledgestone is a small, irregular ledgestone meticulously pieced together to create a tight fitting, intricate look. It features a range of medium to dark browns and rounded natural edges to create a rustic, craftsman feel when installed in a dry-stacked style. This stone requires cutting and fitting to create a gapless tight fitted look.
Timber Lake Ledgestone is an irregular style ledgestone with predominantly rough pieces and a small percentage of smooth pieces. It features golden tans, occasional dark brown pieces, and subtle veining. It is usually installed with a thin mortar joint, but can be installed in a dry-stacked style with additional cutting and fitting.
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