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Natural Stone – Traditional or Full Thickness Installation

Do you have a question regarding stone or the use of stone? The following links and downloads may provide just the information that you need.

For more detailed technical consultations, please contact our technical advisors at 440-250-9222.

COMMON NATURAL STONE SPECIFICATION DETAILS


From BSI

BSI Recommended Practices for the use of Natural Stone in Construction 
(3rd Edition © 2002 BSI) 
 
Also available in hard copy from BSI contact BSI


From Ceramic Tile and Stone Consultants

Free Installation Guidelines

Expert Answers Blog Site


From Hohmann and Barnard
Adjustable Anchor System for Rubble & Ashlar Stone


From the Indiana Limestone Institute of America (ILIA) 

The Indiana Limestone Handbook, 22nd Edition

Contractors Handbook

Stain Prevention


From Masonry Technology Incorporated

Moisture Control Wall Details/Specs


From the International Masonry Institute 

A No Fee Library for Quality Masonry Construction Details

 


INDUSTRY INSTALLATION CASE STUDIES

International Masonry Institute

Natural Stone Council

 


TECHNICAL ARTICLES on NATURAL STONE INSTALLATION

Bryan Imhoff, Imhoff Engineering:
 Weather or Not

Attaching Stone Anchors to Steel Studs

Cold Formed Steel Studs in an Exterior Wall

Paving in a Wet Environment

Jim Owens, Indiana Limestone Institute:
 Cast Stone “Sales” Effort Backfires

 

Masonry Technology Incorporated – Hyper Specs Wall Details
Thin Veneer Stone
Full Veneer Stone


From the Marble Institute of America (MIA) 

MIA Position on Sealing Stone

The Truth About Granite and Radon

Countertop Edge Profile Details

Homeowner’s Guide to Countertop Installation

 


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