Dutch Quality Stone™ Lightweight Veneer
Stone Center of Indiana has a complete selection of Dutch Quality manufactured veneer stone. Amish craftsmanship, combined with state of the art production techniques, explain why Dutch Quality Stone has become an industry leader in lightweight manufactured veneer stone.
Stone Center’s large selection of Dutch Quality Stone manufactured stone veneer includes: Cobbled Limestone in Cypress, Ohio, and Sienna; Country Manor in Cypress and Sienna; Drystack in Cypress, Pennsylvania, Prestige, and Sienna; Fieldstone in Cypress, Grey, Kentucky, Pennsylvania, and Tan; Weather Ledge in Cypress, Grey, Missouri, Natural Blend, Pennsylvania, Prestige, Sagewood, and Tan; Stackstone in Brown, Prestige, and Saddlebrook; Ledgestone in Cypress, Missouri, Natural Blend, Pennsylvania, Prestige, and Sagewood; Limestone in Autumn Blend, Charcoal, Columbus, Cypress, Great Lakes, Grey, Kentucky, Missouri, Ohio Tan, Ohio Whits Vein, and Pennslyvania; Top Rock; Michigan Split Granite; Buckeye River Rock; Kentucky River Rock; and Michigan River Rock.
Located in Indianapolis, Stone Center of Indiana delivers to many nearby cities including but not limited to Anderson, Bloomington, Columbus, Evansville, Fort Wayne, Marion, Muncie, Lafayette, Louisville, South Bend, and Terre Haute. Please contact a Stone Center sales professional at (855) 211-9100 for more information.
PLEASE NOTE: Stone is a naturally occurring product. Variations in color and texture are expected. This is a characteristic which makes stone a unique building material. Please use the photograph on this page as a guide only. We cannot guarantee an exact color and texture match to any photographs. Product specifications and available stone cuts are subject to change without notice. Please contact your Stone Center Sales Consultant for our most up-to-date inventory and current product information.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGARDING MOLD PREVENTION: Protect yourself from the potentially devastating damage that can be caused to your structure by moisture intrusion and mold. Consult with your Stone Center building materials provider about the importance of proper stone installation techniques and use of a recommended vapor barrier designed to prevent mold damage.