Mountain Ledge

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The contemporary look, warmth and texture of Eldorado Stone’s Mountain Ledge series is available in a variety of versatile earthen tone palettes. Proportioned to complement fascia accents and custom residences alike, these stones are sized to facilitate selection and reduce installation cost with incremental heights from 1″ to 4″ and lengths from 4″ to 18″.

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Mesa Verde

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Walnut Ridge

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Choosing the Right Stone

Eldorado Stone’s extensive line of products - from individual manufactured stone veneers to brick veneers to panelized stacked stone veneer - are designed to complement a variety of architectural styles.
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Stone Grout Techniques

Grout (and sometimes the lack of grout) has an amazing impact on the look and authenticity of stonework. Selecting the desired grout technique and grout color is often as important as selecting the stone. Here we will expore expert stone grout techniques that can be used in a variety of stone projects.
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Here are some answers to some of our most frequently asked questions. A great resource for answers about care, maintenance, installation and best practices for our stone.