If you want to enhance your home’s exterior surface with a low-cost upgrade that looks elegantly natural, consider stoneface siding. Stoneface captures the natural beauty of real stone without the hefty cost or weight. We sculpt custom stoneface in your personally chosen style, with options that include Field Stone, Ashler Stone, Castel Block, and Ledgestone. Every style offers elegance and strength. If you’re a homeowner in New Jersey, New York or Pennsylvania and you’re interested in stoneface, call us today!

Stoneface is a masonry application that creates the look of real stone and offers an endless number of custom possibilities. We can create almost any color, and even match existing stone. Stoneface can be installed over wooden surfaces, real brick, cinder block, or any other surface on which a galvanized metal lath can be installed. The finished installation is attached to the metal lath and composed of a three different cement plaster layers. Plaster sands (Portland, Masonry Type N, and white) are mixed with iron oxide pigments at the job site, creating the strongest, most natural-looking stoneface possible.

  • Uniform and maintenance-free
  • Unlimited palette of finish colors to choose from
  • Abuse, impact and fire-resistant
  • Never needs to be painted or stained
  • Endures wet/dry and freeze/thaw cycles
  • Withstands extreme desert heat
  • Limited avenues for extensive creativity
  • Less natural appearance than brick or stone

All products installed by Tri-State Brickface & Stucco are maintenance-free. However, if you want to maintain an absolutely pristine appearance, you may want to occasionally perform basic cleaning to keep the dirt and dust away.

  • Maintenance Tip #1:  Power wash your exterior finished product to remove any dirt, dust, etc. Power washing is typically only needed every few years, depending on your surrounding environment and your personal definition of dirty.
  • Maintenance Tip #2:  Clean your window sills. If your window sills are dirty, dirt marks may show on the bottom portions of your stucco/molding. This can occur when rain drips into the window sill, and then runs down your exterior.
  • Maintenance Tip #3:  Either have your gutters cleaned or install gutter screens to prevent buildup. If your gutters build up with debris, water can seep behind the exterior facade and cause structural problems.

If you’re a homeowner in New Jersey, New York or Pennsylvania and you’re interested in Stoneface, call us today.

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