Cultured Stone Announces Drystack Ledgestone Panels

Cultured Stone Announces Drystack Ledgestone Panels

Drystack Ledgestone Now Comes In Panels

Cultured Stone, a company that manufactures stone veneers and other hardscape solutions, has announced the launch of a panelized version of their Drystack Ledgestone Series. The panels address a need for faster and easier installation at a time when labor shortages in the building industry are at an all-time high.


  • Drystack Ledgestone panels install quickly and easily
  • Panels provide same textural variations as non-paneled version; captures both light and shadow
  • 3 color options: Rubicon, Melrose, and High Plains

What Cultured Stone Has to Say About the New Panels

“The process of creating a panelized system is a deliberate and purposeful response to the current labor shortage. By creating solutions that alleviate jobsite pressures, we’re hoping to underscore our commitment to providing dependable and versatile products.”

—Ramsay Hawfield, Vice President of Marketing and Product Development at Cultured Stone

Tell Us About the Cultured Stone Drystack Ledgestone Panels

A recent survey commissioned by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce found that 91% of contractors, construction managers, builders, and trade contractors reported having trouble with finding skilled workers. Understanding that a shortage like this would also include difficulty in finding skilled stonemasons, Cultured Stone developed a way to make a panelized ledgestone product that saves time and energy on installation.

The Drystack Ledgestone panels provide the same textural variations as the non-panelized designs. The interplay of selected and shaped stones helps the panels capture both light and shadow, and the tight-fitted stones make installation simpler. The texture and color variations blend well with both contemporary and traditional design styles.

Three color options are available. Rubicon is the darkest palette in the profile and presents a blend of deep grays and carbon-inspired tones. Melrose features more neutral shades that focus on more light gray hues. High Plains showcases earthy grouse colors with tan undertones.

For more information about Cultured Stone, the Drystack Ledgestone Panels, or the rest of what the company has to offer, check out their website at You can also use the site to find a dealer, or just get some great ideas for your next project.

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