Stone sills can be a hassle to install—from propping them up while waiting for mortar to dry to dealing with wasteful breakage. No matter what type of stone you’re installing, Versetta Stone sills can provide a simple solution.
Like Versetta Stone stone siding, Versetta Stone sills feature a panelized format that installs easily with nails or screws—no more holding them in place with mason ties while you wait for the mortar to dry.
Simply follow these steps:
- Remove the alignment tab from the bottom of the Versetta Stone sill product with a masonry chisel or hammer.
- Apply a layer of mortar to the top of your installed veneer stone with a mortar tube or trowel.
- Secure the Versetta Stone sill to the wall with nails or screws, ensuring the bottom of the sill is in full contact with the layer of mortar below. Lap the weather barrier over the flange.
The sills’ simplicity doesn’t mean sacrificing aesthetics. Versetta Stone offers an authentic look and feel in a range of color options—Taupe, Stone Grey, and Charcoal—to perfectly accent your choice of stone veneer. And since Versetta Stone sills come in longer 3’ lengths, there are fewer seams than traditional sills.
Stone sills measure 36” by 3.5” with a 2.6” exposure and 3” thickness.
Stone Facades Made Easy
Stone sills offer the same convenience and aesthetics as Versetta Stone stone
siding. Along with panelized installation accessible to siding contractors or
carpenters, the lightweight stone siding panels feature a tongue-and-groove
system for perfect spacing and a built-in rainscreen. The siding carries a
Class A fire rating, passes freeze/thaw testing, and is wind resistant up to
Along with sills, Versetta Stone accessories include light and receptacle boxes, J-channels and starter strips, and universal corners. Together, Versetta Stone accessories make it simple to create a fully finished look without extra hassles or wasted time. Every component works as a system with the stone siding panels and is made with the same premium materials and in coordinating styles, colors, and textures.
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