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Old 06-30-2012, 08:23 AM
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Hydraulically blown on lime surfacing

This seems to be a relatively new product. Anyone have experience with it and how it holds up in the long haul.

Looks like a cool way to give a property a face lift.

http://stonecoat.com/services/residential/


I am thinking I could do some partial application on the west side of my house just to lower the cooling bill some.
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I have seen a similar product done around here its refered to as Jewel Stone. Its a real art and not for the average joe. if done correctly it can look great and really like natural stone, if not it turns out like a bad stamped concrete job.
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Old 07-05-2012, 07:34 AM
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I have seen a similar product done around here its refered to as Jewel Stone. Its a real art and not for the average joe. if done correctly it can look great and really like natural stone, if not it turns out like a bad stamped concrete job.
I was not considering going into the business. I just wondered how it actually held up if applied over a brick veneer.
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