Creemore Estate Blend - Weatheredge Limestone with Tan Accent - Tumbled - Full Bed Building Stone

$12.71 $13.38

Price shown above is per square foot (PSF)

3-5 inches thick; average ~50 lbs PSF 


In our pricing model we are assuming an average of 40 square feet of coverage per ton of full bed stone. In reality, square foot coverage achieved will vary dramatically from project to project. Variables such as whether or not your mason is trimming on site, mortar joint thickness, as well as variations in thickness of the stone, and general waste, will impact the final resulting square footage of coverage. Our full bed stone has an average thickness of 4 inches, with range of 3 to 5 inches. Normal/standard overage is usually +/- 20%, but if you're trimming on site, or dry stacking for example, you'll need to factor a much larger % for overage. Please call us if you have questions, or need help understanding these metrics, to determine how much overage is recommended. If you are looking to purchase “X” tons of full bed stone, please multiply the number of tons desired by 40, and enter (add to cart) the resulting #. A general rule of thumb is 1 standard skid weighs ~1 ton or 2,000 lbs, and coverage can range from ~25 SF to as much as 50 SF +/-, depending on various factors. A full load truck is typically 23 tons (46,000 lbs), which in our site, equates to 920 SF. So if you are purchasing 1 full load of full bed stone, add to cart 920 SF, but note that the actual square footage of coverage achieved on your project will vary. When we ship your stone, we reserve the right to pallet the skids as we see fit (heavier or lighter, more or fewer pallets), for safe, economic, and sensible transport. 

Creemore Estate Blend is a mixture of:

  • 40% Weatheredge Limestone Bedface, Squared
  • 25% Weatheredge Limestone Bedface, Random
  • 20% Guelph Buff
  • 15% Weatheredge Limestone Ledgerock Splitface 

NOTE: In the pictures shown here, this particular mason applied thick flush mortar joints using a light beige tinted mortar, and to a small degree, a slurry effect while applying the mortar. This creates a look similar to what many refer to as whitewashing or lime washing, to whiten the overall look. Joint thickness and depth, as well as the mortar color and any addition wash-techniques can have a dramatic impact on the final look of the project. We found this particular project to be quite inspiring, and the final result is truly captivating.

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