We sell 3 types of building stone
- Full Size Natural Stone Veneer
- Thin Natural Stone Veneer
- Thin Manufactured Veneer
Full Size Natural Stone Veneer
Typically range from 3 - 5" in thickness depending on the stone. Needs a foundation shelf to accommodate the bed depth of the selected stone. We sell Full Size Natural Stone Veneer from two sources of supply - our own in-house stone suppliers - typically the result of us splitting raw stone on our in-house stone guillotine and from 3 primary outside quarriers.
From Our Quarriers & Internal Supplies
We frequently get unique stone that we can process into full size building veneer products. One example is Indian Hill Splitface - show to the right from our bins and as a finished panel which show the internal beauty of the stone. We may have additional stone choices at any time so we urge you to call us to see what is available. You will often find unique building stone if you contact us or stop by.
From Our Hand Picked Suppliers
Adirondack Natural Stone in New York State is a supplier of Adirondack Granite Full-size building stone. They offer a number of different products and we feel strongly that they offer a superior product. To learn more please visit their site at adirondacknaturalstone.com
Rolling Rock is a Pennsylvania supplier of a wide range of building stone including full size and thin veneer. They offer a unique series of products and we are proud to represent them throughout the New Jersey market. To learn more please visit their site at rollrock.com
Champlain Stone in New York State is a supplier of a range of building and landscape stone products. In business for over 35 years they have helped us supply building stone projects for a number of years. To learn more please visit their site at champlainstone.com
2. Thin Natural Stone Veneer
Thin Natural Stone Veneer typically ranges from 1.25 to 2" in thickness. Most thin veneers are cut to thickness and offer cut corners to resemble a full size stone. Some thin veneers are selected from raw stone piles based on thickness - they are not cut. Thin veneers do not need a foundation shelf. Great for remodeling. We carry thin veneers from four primary suppliers.
Apple Thin Veneer Natural Stone offers a full line of stone for indoor and outdoor building applications. With a wide range of colors and styles we've found that Apple stone has a stone choice for virtually any construction project. Apple Natural Stone does not have a web site, to see the full line of stone please stop by our New Jersey location.
Real Stone Veneer is another valued Thin Veneer Building Stone choice at Wicki Stone. With a range of styles and colors and the beauty of real stone we've found customers can arch a stone to their unique building style and application. Real Stone Veneer does not have a web site so please stop by for a brochure and to see the sample stone panels in our showroom.
Natural Stone Veneers International offers over 30 Thin Stone Veneer Building Stone choices in the 3 basic shapes of veneer - Ledge, Ashlar and Mosaic. With a range of colors there are numerous options that cover a full range of indoor and outdoor building projects. To learn more please visit them at nsvi.com
OSTV is a division of Rolling Rock one of our most valued full size stone veneer suppliers. Their Thin Stone Veneer Building Stone options include 19 stone choices in a range of style and color options. Mined and processed in Pennsylvania OSTV offers choices for both indoor and outdoor building projects. To learn more please visit them here.
3. Manufactured Thin Natural Stone Veneer
Manufactured Thin Natural Stone Veneer is man made stone that typically ranges from 1.25 to 2" in thickness. Thin veneers tend to cost less than natural stone but we strongly recommend them for indoor use only. Thin veneers do not need a foundation shelf. Great for remodeling. We carry manufactured thin veneers from two primary suppliers.
Dutch Quality Stone is based in Amish country Ohio and has created a unique line of manufactured Thin Veneer Stone that we recommend for indoor building projects. They have a varied line of stone in different shapes (Mosaic, Ashlar and Ledge) in a range of colors. To learn more please visit them here.