Littleton, MA, November 13, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Stoneyard™, a natural New England thin stone manufacturer, is pleased to announce the release of a new 3 Part Specification which offers not only detailed product information for New England thin stone veneer, but also installation instructions using the globally trusted and warrantied system, LATICRETE® MVIS™ (Masonry Veneer Installation System).
“We take pride in crafting only the best New England native stones into our thin veneer line of 5 different shapes and 6 different colors. It only makes sense to recommend a guaranteed system of installation. Our customers want to be able to appreciate their fireplace, home siding, chimney, or outdoor kitchen for many years without issue. With a 25 year or 15 year material and labor warranty, LATICRETE® MVIS™ is the system that we recommend for both interior and exterior applications,” said David Croteau, VP of Sales at Stoneyard™.
A 3 Part Specification is a pre-formatted document that architects and designers use to insert relevant details into project plans. “We want to make it as pain free as possible for Architects to be able to spec not only our products, but the MVIS™ system as well,” said Mr. Croteau. Stoneyard™ has been recommending the system for years and has now taken the step to include it in their 3-part specification. It is available for download at www.stoneyard.com/specification.
For more information about this document, photos, videos, installation guides, and project tours, please visit www.Stoneyard.com.
Located in Littleton, Mass., Stoneyard™ specializes in all-natural New England thin stone veneer, which can be LEED certified. Stoneyard™ products are made from both quarried and weathered real stones that feature earth tones from such New England states as Connecticut, Massachusetts and New Hampshire.
Stoneyard™ is a third-generation company delivering the traditional building stone of New England to a nationwide clientele through the company’s network of building and masonry supply yards. Project owners, architects, designers and masons are invited to evaluate these building materials through photos and videos found at www.Stoneyard.com. Free samples are also available.