Launches New Design Tool: Online Project Visualizer

Customers can now upload a picture of their home or stone project and try all of’s New England Stone Veneer options. Once customers do this, a before-and-after image is produced that highlights their choices.

Littleton, MA, February 04, 2012 --( Natural New England Stone Veneer producer, released a new online visualization tool for contractors, retailers, homeowners, architects and other stone professionals. The online Project Visualizer is a tool that will easily show potential stone consumers what their project will look like with their choice of stone before they buy.

“One of the hardest things for stone purchasers to figure out is whether a color and shape will look good on their fireplace, on their house, on their wall, etc. Now they can see how it will look in their space before placing even one stone!” says David Croteau, vice president of sales at “Just upload a picture of your potential stone project, select the location, choose from the many different New England Stone Veneer product options, save and view your before-and-after picture. It’s that easy!” says Mr. Croteau.

This virtual mock-up can help narrow the choices for buyers, making the stone purchasing process less complicated. This tool will not only show buyers different colors and shapes but also which stone will look best on their project.

For more information, to see an example of how this tool works or to try the new Project Visualizer, visit

About is the leading manufacturer of all-natural New England Stone Veneer. The company reclaims stone from New England farms and fields to craft a signature blend of colors called the Boston Blend into six shapes of stone siding for interior and exterior projects. Four additional colors complete the family of veneer products: Greenwich Gray, Colonial Tan, Vineyard Granite and Yorkshire Granite.'s natural stone has been used on commercial and residential projects and featured on This Old House, HGTV and the DIY Network, as well as in Stone Business magazine. It is available through building and masonry supply locations nationwide. Product photos, videos, specs, and free samples are available at

Aimee McGarry