Stone Cladding Systems – Part 1: Adhered Masonry Veneer

There are many ways to incorporate natural stone into a building cladding design but Adhered Masonry Veneers are one of the most commonly used methods. From home and commercial building facades to outdoor kitchens and fireplace surrounds, natural stone veneers are ideally suited (and have been for centuries) to this type of installation. There's no other siding material that can compare to the beauty of natural stone, nor come close to matching it in terms of durability or performance.

This in-depth course covers the in’s and out’s of Adhered Masonry Veneers (AMV), or more commonly known as natural stone veneers. This form of cladding system covers a wide range of building construction applications from commercial projects to residential renovation and new construction, providing long-lasting and aesthetically pleasing results. The ease of use when installing these systems makes natural stone a viable option not just for seasoned masons, but also for contractors with light masonry or tile setting experience. Join us as we take a deep-dive into the world of natural stone veneers and how to achieve winning results with the greatest efficiency.

Not Enrolled

Course Includes

  • 1 Lesson