Versetta Stone Frequently Asked Questions
Here are our customers' most common questions regarding Versetta Stone mortarless siding.
Where can I find Versetta Stone near me?
We have 23 US warehouses where you can pick up material. See all of our will-call pick-up locations below:
- Spokane, WA
- Tacoma, WA
- Portland, OR
- Santa Rosa, CA
- Ontario, CA
- Great Falls, MT
- Billings, MT
- Rapid City, SD
- Sioux Falls, SD
- Detroit Lakes, MN
- Minneapolis, MN
- Eau Claire, WI
- Schofield, WI
- West Branch, MI
- Stuart, IA
- Iowa City, IA
- Limon, CO
- Rochelle, IL
- Jacksonville, IL
- Kansas City, MO
- Murfreesboro, TN
- Raleigh, NC
- Baltimore, MD
Can I get a sample of Versetta Stone?
Unfortunately, we are no longer are able to provide samples of Versetta due to manufacturing backorders of the samples specifically.
Find the Versetta Product Gallery here >
What is the cost of Versetta Stone per square foot?
Versetta Stone costs $18-$21 per square foot on average.
Is possible to have Versetta Stone shipped to me?
Yes, we do ship Versetta within the Continental US. By default, all orders are designed and priced for local warehouse will-call, so we will need to get a custom freight quote for material to your area and work with you to arrange freight.
Do you have a recommendation for a local contractor who can install this for me?
We do not have a contractor referral network. If you are in need of someone to install this then any licensed general, siding, or stone contractor would be able to perform the installation. The beauty of Versetta Stone is that in many cases the installation process is easy enough that handy homeowner can do the install.
What is Versetta Stone made of?
Versetta Stone is made of pressed concrete panels measuring 8" tall and 36" long. Every panel has a metal flange lining the top with fastener holes made for quick mortarless installation.
Each Versetta Stone color has over 75 face design variations to provide a varied natural look and make it virtually impossible to see a repetitive pattern scheme.
How much material do I need for this project?
Please fill out the Versetta Quote Request form with the details of your project and we'll assist in providing the right amount of material for your project needs.
If I order too much material can it be returned to the warehouse?
The warehouse will not accept Versetta Stone and accessory returns except in the case of defective material. A typical project will have anywhere between 5-10% scrap extra to address any situations of mis-cuts, or where panels accidentally break during installation.
My project is less than your 72 sq ft minimum square feet will you sell me less than the minimum?
We are not able to sell less than our 72 sq. ft. minimum.
Do you know of any finished projects in my area where I can go see it installed?
Sometimes our clients will send us pictures of their completed projects, but we do not have a list of projects to view in person as the majority of projects are private residences.
What's the difference between the Ledgestone and Tight-Cut Styles?
Versetta comes in both the Ledgestone and Tight-Cut styles.
Ledgestone offers a more natural appearance having more variation in both stone sizing and staggering than the Tight-Cut option. Some clients have mentioned that it reminds them of a more rustic look.
Tight-Cut is a sophisticated style having a more uniform and put-together look. The stones are less varied and could be considered more formal than Ledgestone.
View the Mainline Help Desk Blog to read more on the differences between the Versetta styles
What colors are available for Versetta Stone?
- Mission Point
- Plum Creek
- Northern Ash
- Terra Rosa
- Midnight (Available in Carved Block only)
- Sea Salt (Available in Carved Block only)
Can I install Versetta on around my fireplace?
Versetta is commonly used around fireplaces. Here is an article that describes the installation process for Versetta for fireplace applications.
How much does a Versetta Stone panel weight?
Each panel weighs approximately 17 lbs and covers 2 square feet.
How do I install Versetta Stone?
Many installation videos can be found online here is a link to the official Versetta Stone Installation Guide>
If you're preparing for a remodel or planning your next project then Versetta Stone veneer paneling is for you. As a more cost effective option than traditional stone siding it installs fast and is DIY friendly. Read on to see if Versetta is right for you.
Versetta stone can add a rustic, hefty-looking charm to your indoor fireplace. This construction stone is concrete based on a galvanized metal extension. Unlike other veneer stone products, Versetta is a made of a concrete stone base and not cheap vinyl plastic material.