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Boulder Blend . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Fieldstone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Ledgestone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Limestone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Old Mill . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Quick Fit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 River Rock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Rustic Quick Fit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Splitface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Cut Limestone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Desert Stone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 European Limestone . . . . . . . . . . . 14 European Cobble . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Rustic Ledgestone . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Mountain Rubble . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Installation Instructions . . . . . . . . . 16 Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18

Index

Index

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Boulder Blend

Boulder Blend An eclectic assortment of Split Face, River Rock, Flint Rock, Mountain Rubble and Fieldstone product lines offering a unique look of large asymmetrical stones with many face contours.

Tribal Tan

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• Stone sizes range from 2” to 16’ in length & height • 1” to 3½” in depth


Fieldstone Fieldstone The settlers used these to build their homes and retaining walls. A traditional flat stone offering large irregular shapes & sizes with weathered faces.

• Stone sizes range from 5½” to 14” in length & height

Tribal Tan

• 1” to 3” in depth

Corner Profile

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Ledgestone

Ledgestone A contour filled array of rounded edge stacked stones with various depths and sizes creating slight shadows among its faces.

• Stone sizes range from 6” to 17” long, 1½” to 3½” high

Ojibway Heights

Corner Profile

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• Depths are 1 to 2½”


Limestone Limestone An aged stone profile with various rectangular shapes offering an epic look into the past.

• Stone sizes range from 5½” to 14” in length, 2½” to 8” in width

Mohawk Valley Bronze

• Depths are 1” to 1½”

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Old Mill

Old Mill Hickory

We combined Cut Limestone, Limestone, Stack Stone, Ledgestone, European Cobble, Fieldstone and Weatherface with one another to give a truly unique linear appearance. • Stone sizes range from 4½” to 18” long with widths of 1½” to 9½” • Depths are 1” to 3”

Blend Ash

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Quick Fit Quick Fit Named for its “quick” installation, this is a sharp edged stacked stone with multiple bridges grouped together on one unit making application of this stone quick and trouble-free.

Ash

• Unit lengths vary between 5” & 17” with heights of approximately 4” • Depths are 1” to 2”

Hickory

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River Rock

River Rock You can almost hear the trickling water as you immerse yourself in this rustic look of large and small circular stones made smooth over time at the bottom of a freshwater creek.

Erie Beach

Corner Profile

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• Stone sizes range from 3” to 12” in width & length • Depths vary between 1 & 3½” inches


Rustic Quick Fit Rustic Quick Fit Quick Fit’s older and smoother cousin… look for a softer finish, but they still carry the magnificent surfaces increasing attention to any vertical surface. • Lengths are 8” to 14” with heights of approximately 4”

Hickory

• Depths are approximately 1”

Mohawk Valley Bronze

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Split Face

Split Face In providing you with the look of split stones we reveal the sharp stone faces in various shapes & dimensions. • Stone sizes range from 2” to 16’ in length & height • Expect the depth of the stone to be 1” to 1½”

Georgian Bay

Corner Profile

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Create a castle like theme with these weathered stone faces neatly cut to stack one on top of another, forming broken linear lines. • Stone sizes range from 4½” to 15½” long by 2” to 9½” high

Colonial Fort

• Depths are 1” to 1½”

Desert Stone & Cut Limestone

Cut Limestone

Desert Stone A rugged stacked stone with magnificent textures and sharp edges. Heights vary giving this stone a unique look.

• Stone sizes range from 4½” to 18” long with widths from 1” to 9”

Tribal Tan

• Depths vary between 1” & 1½”

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European Cobble & Limestone

European Limestone A taste of old Europe with this mixture of small & large square cut stones. This style will provide you with neatly stacked and carefully planned linear stonework. • Stone sizes range from 4” to 15½” long with heights from 1½” to 6”

Ash

• Depths are 1” to 2”

European Cobble This popular stone has a contemporary appearance with an old world feel. Stones are linear shaped and weathered. • Stone sizes range from between 5½” & 13½” long with heights from 2” to 8½”

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Winter Grey

• Depths are 1” to 1½”


Rustic Ledgestone With a rougher more jagged appearance than Ledgestone, look for darker shadows and more irregular edges creating multi-layered lines in your design. • Stone sizes range from 6” to 18” long with heights from 1½” to 3”

Ojibway Heights

• Depths from 1½” to 3”

Mountain Rubble Have your guests get caught up in the tranquil mountains as they gaze upon this mixture of smooth edged round and broken stones revealing sharp & irregular features. • Stone sizes range from 3” to 13” in length & height

Tribal Tan

• 1” to 1½” in depth

Mountain Rubble & Rustic Ledgestone

Hickory

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Installation

Installation Step 1 - Preparing Surface

Native Stone can be easily applied to any structurally sound surface without the use of wall ties, footings, sills or special foundations. Install the stone directly to clean (unsealed, unpainted or untreated) brick, block, concrete or other masonry surfaces. On wood surfaces, a 2.5 gauge metal lath must be installed prior to install of Native Stone. Nail the lath six inches on center hitting studs whenever possible using 1 1/2” electroplated galvanized roofing nails. Sections of mesh should be horizontally lapped bottom over top a minimum of 1 inch with a similar lap at end joints. Always attach lath right side up with small cups pointing upward. This will allow good mortar encasement and eliminate the tendency for stones to slide during mortar set up period.

A weather resistant barrier such as waterproof building paper or asphalt felt should be applied to wood sheathing on exterior applications prior to lath. We also recommend a 10mm airspace between the stone veneer cladding and the sheathing membrane.

This can be achieved by installing a perforated aluminum J-channel over the weather resistant barrier at the starting elevation point of the stonework using 1½” electroplated galvanized roofing nails. Next, install Benjamin Obdyke Home Slicker 10 Stone Sheathing and Stucco rainscreen drainage mat over the Vapor Barrier top of the weather resistant barrier and slide 10mm Airspace mat into J-channel to create a bugscreen. Metal Lath Lastly use 13mm staples to secure Benjamin Stone Veneer Obdyke Home Slicker 10 Stone and Stucco rainscreen drainage mat to sheathing and begin applying metal lath.

Step 2 - Applying Scratch Coat

Begin by mixing mortar to manufacturers specifications taking care not to mix to wet as this condition weakens mortar and causes difficulty in application. We recommend using any “Type S” Masonry Cement.

SHEATHING AND WOOD STUD WALL

Lathed surfaces should be covered with a thin coat of mortar raked back with a notched tile trowel to leave a grooved surface (scratch coat) and be allowed to set prior to installing Native Stone. Scratch coat should be allowed to dry up to 24 hours before applying stone. After mortar sets, prior placed scratch coat must be dampened with a mixture of water and/or bonding agent, (read bonding agent instructions prior to use as they react differently to weather conditions) to strengthen the bond between mortar and stone before moving to step 3 and 4 and applying stone. Note: Experienced installers find that they can apply stone to the wall before initial scratch coat begins so as to allow completion in one procedure.

Step 3 - Mortar the Stone

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Before install of Native Stone, lay out stones randomly near your work area making sure to include all colors and sizes. Select a stone, dampen the backside of the stone using a masonry brush and water, and apply a ½ inch thick layer of mortar evenly on back of stone.


Step 4 - Applying Stone

Press the stone firmly into place using enough pressure to cause mortar behind the stone to extrude around its edge. Also, firmly wiggle the stone while applying pressure to ensure a good bond. Install corner stones first for easiest fitting (let them set before proceeding with flat stone) and remember to keep shapes, sizes, colors, thicknesses and textures balanced throughout application. Apply remaining stones by working from the bottom up. Joints between stones should be fitted to the customer or architectural specifications to achieve desired finish effect. Note: When necessary Native Stone units can be cut and shaped with a grinder using a 4 to 4½ inch masonry blade.

Step 5 - Remove and/or Dressing Excess Mortar

Be careful not to work the joints too soon or the mortar will smear. Once mortar begins to set (approx. 1/2 hour), remove excess mortar around joints of stone by tooling back joint to desired depth using a wooden or metal striking tool which allows for a stronger bond between the stone & mortar. Doing this forces the mortar into the joints to thoroughly seal the joint edges. Sponges work well at the end of this step as they prevent accidental movement or jarring of recently placed stones.

Installation

Installation

Step 6 - Brush Joints

Allow mortar to set for 2 hours before using a whisk broom, to brush mortar joints until smooth and all loose mortar has been brushed away from joints and face of stones.

Step 7 - Clean Stone / Completion

Clean any remaining grout off the stone using a sponge or small soft bristle brush. Do not use a wire brush for cleaning. We recommend cleaning the same day of installation as it becomes difficult and problematic to clean once mortar is left to set beyond 2 hours on the face of the stones.

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Accessories

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XL Hearthstone Lg. Hearthstone Md. Hearthstone Sm. Hearthstone Lg. Deep Keystone Lg. Keystone Sm. Keystone Trimstone Soldierstone Lg. Water Sill Sm. Water Sill Corner Water Sill

Approximate Size 17½” 19” 17½” 17½” 11½” 11½” 8½” 8” 7½” 21¾” 17¼” 22”

x 25½” x 20” x 17½” x 8½” x 9½” x 9½” x 7½” x 6” x 3½” x 2¾” x 2½” x 2½”

x 1¼” x 2” x 1¼” x 1¼” x 3” x 1½” x 1½” x 1¾” x 1½” x 4” x 2¼” x 2¼”

Units each each each each each each each each 8 pack each each each


Notes

Notes

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Originally launched as “Mohawk Rock” in 1989 by founder David Smith Sr., Native Stone® (a division of Smith Industries) has been producing natural looking, environmentally friendly stone veneer for almost a quarter century. With its rich appearance of natural stone, “Native Stone®” will beautify any indoor or outdoor project for substantially less. Providing a light weight, water-resistant fire proof wall facing that is virtually maintenance free and meets all building codes. It can be applied to any structurally sound surface made from any of the following:

• Block • Metal

• Brick • Wood

•Concrete •Wallboard

Native Stone® requires no additional brick ledge or additional costly foundations for support. The return corner installation process creates an appearance of natural stone. Native Stone® is sold direct to our customers from the manufacturing facility in Ohsweken, Ontario, where it is made by hand and ISO 9001:2008 certified. (Certificate # FM 544003) Our vast inventory allows us to provide most customers requiring stock styles and colours with same day service. Custom orders are welcomed as we can match any colour with any style you wish in a matter of weeks. Usually within 10 business days! Do-it-yourselfers love using Native Stone® as it is easy to apply and we provide a detailed set of instructions. We can provide you with excellent “recommended” installers that have a tremendous track record installing Native Stone® for those larger, more involved projects that you may not want to tackle on your own. Backed with a 30 year guarantee, Native Stone® is Canada’s oldest and highest quality stone veneer manufacturer. So if the project you are working on is as small as stone pillars for a fence, your dream home, or a vast residential / commercial project, we look forward to helping you create your masterpiece.

Native Stone®

2121 Fourth Line, Ohsweken Ontario N0A 1M0 Tel. 1(519)445-3040 ~ Fax 1(519)445-3045 www.nativestone.ca

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