Ply Gem Stone
Molded from real stones, but lighter weight, Ply Gem Stone is an affordable, easy way to add lasting curb appeal and character to your home or project's exterior or interior. The craftsmanship and care put into Ply Gem Stone, as well as its' many styles, make it a versatile and attractive alternative to solid rock and an ideal complement to traditional siding. Compare Ply Gem Stone to other options and you'll see nature's finest hues, unique textures, and authentic details that enhance your living or working environment with charm and warmth.
*Most styles are sold in boxes of 10 square feet of coverage with a half inch mortar joint. Drystack applications will yield 8.5 square feet of coverage. True Stack cartons cover 10 square feet with no mortar joint.
This versatile style works well with all types of architecture, especially contemporary settings.
Cobblestone offers a more refined old-world style stone than its Cut Cobblestone counterpart.
Cut Cobblestone mirrors the old-world style of Europe's traditional cobblestone streets.
Fieldstone offers a casual mosaic of irregular shapes, hues, and textures that merge to form quaint, homegrown character.
The flat, smooth edges of the Ledgestone design provide a clean and modern look.
This rustic style combines field and ledge stones with a smooth, split face.
Identified by of its shiny appearance and smooth shape, Riverstone is an appropriately popular choice for both interior and exterior designs.
Stacked similar to a ledge stone, Ridgestone offers the added subtlety of rippled edges for a rustic appearance.
Shadow Ledgestone reveals the look of tailored stacked stone, but with the added flamboyance of serrated edges.
This unique pattern features textured, interesting shapes, combined with the look and feel of old world craftsmanship.
Lightweight and easy to install, Ply Gem Stone’s brick veneer are nearly half the depth of standard bricks, but with the same charming appearance.
True Stack is the easiest way to achieve the rustic, stacked stone look on any home or office, interior or exterior.
Stone is at its best when finished with stone accessories that complement the look and support other exterior components, like utility vents, shutters and windows.