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Wanaka Stone Lightweight Veneer

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Lightweight Stone Veneer is a great options where space or weight restrictions mean traditional stone is problematic to install. Lightweight Veneer is producted by cutting stone through a guillotine and then using a diamond bladed saw to cut the face off at 40mm thick. The stone is glued to a backing board in a similar manner to tiles, allowing it to be used wher. Using L shaped corners ensures the stone looks genuine. This product is often used in conjuction with traditional full sized stone. 

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Lightweight Stone Veneer is a great options where space or weight restrictions mean traditional stone is problematic to install. Lightweight Veneer is producted by cutting stone through a guillotine and then using a diamond bladed saw to cut the face off at 40mm thick. The stone is glued to a backing board in a similar manner to tiles, allowing it to be used wher. Using L shaped corners ensures the stone looks genuine. This product is often used in conjuction with traditional full sized stone. 

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Wanaka Stone Lightweight Veneer

Lightweight Stone Veneer is a great options where space or weight restrictions mean traditional stone is problematic to install. Lightweight Veneer is producted by cutting stone through a guillotine and then using a diamond bladed saw to cut the face off at 40mm thick. The stone is glued to a backing board in a similar manner to tiles, allowing it to be used wher. Using L shaped corners ensures the stone looks genuine. This product is often used in conjuction with traditional full sized stone. 

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