Stone veneer

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Old 02-09-17, 07:39 AM
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Stone veneer

I'm thinking about doing a little updating to a portion of the front of the house. I like the looks of some of the stone veneer products out there. The issue is that I want to cover a 5' X 20' area that is currently brick. - the kind of brick where the faces look "broken off" instead of a perfectly smooth surface.

Can I still put (screw) the veneer panels over an uneven surface without it looking half-a$$ed?
 
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Old 02-09-17, 12:14 PM
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I would surmise that you could use a long straight edge and drag it across to surface to identify any trouble spots that may need attention. High spots can be chipped away with a cold chisel. you will want the panels to lay relatively flat or you will not see veneer, you will see panel breaks of the individual sheets.
 
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