Brock White Stone
Brock White Company’s Cultured Stone® collection of stone products has everything you need for innovative and unique applications. With an unmatched variety of colors and textures to choose from, you’ll have countless ways to create awe-inspiring, custom looks.
Enhance the aesthetic and tactile appeal of your project with the natural textures and authentic color palettes of high-performance architectural stone veneer. The menu of color choices in our Country Ledgestone and Southern Ledgestone textures were thoughtfully designed to complement James Hardie Siding.
Cultured Stone veneer is light weight and has quick adhesion properties. This allows for fast, easy installation without additional footings or wall ties. Each piece of stone is applied individually with mortar and attaches permanently to the wall surface. Stone veneers are virtually maintenance-free. When working with a material like stone, what you need is a skilled hand, patience and know-how.
“The Name That Built An Industry”
Cultured Stone offers a ruggedly attractive appearance, backed by superior protection and years of reliable performance. Created by the finest master craftsman, a thoughtful selection of sizes and colors offer the flexibility to meet the design needs of today and tomorrow.
Dutch Quality Stone
“Craftsmanship Rooted In Age-Old Tradition”
Created by local artisans, Dutch Quality Stone exhibits all the unique qualities of nature in a range of dependable, easy-to-install options for your home. Dutch Quality Stone veneers capture the complex character of natural stone because special care is taken in creating the original master molds that replicate the traditional stone used in past eras.
Whether pulling into your driveway or catching a glimpse in your review mirror, the character and charm of a stone exterior makes a lasting impression. Realtors call it “curb appeal”. You’ll call it utter perfection.
Long-lasting, durable, maintenance-free building materials are often as eco-friendly as it gets. And while natural stone would seem to fit the bill, it’s important to keep in mind that stone quarrying has both aesthetic and environmental impacts on the earth, including erosion. It can also require a good deal more energy to transport to job sites because of its weight. Plus, as a natural product, it’s also a finite resource.
As a result, manufactured stone can provide an eco-friendly building alternative. Unlike much heavier natural stone, manufactured stone may not require concrete footings for support. Cultured Stone, for example, has stone veneer products that look like natural stone yet weigh as little as eight to 12 pounds per square foot.Stone veneer products by Cultured Stone have a sustainable manufacturing footprint and a minimum average recycled content of 58%. Architects and builders using Cultured Stone can earn LEED® credits for indoor air quality and recycled content. Cultured Stone also uses low-emitting materials and manufacturing processes in the production of its products, including a closed-loop system for water consumption. Between 2006 and 2009, Cultured Stone’s North American plant saw a 50% drop in water consumption.