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Stacked Stone Veneer changed how my house feels  Stacked Stone Veneer: I have always been someone that needs to have a project.  I built my own house back in the 70s and I haven’t stopped messing around with it since then.  I recently read an article about stone and brick houses standing up to wild fire better than wood houses.  I guess it doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure that one out.I live in the mountains of Colorado, so there is always the threat of wildfire.  I put a metal roof on my house several years ago because I thought that it would protect against fire, because I liked the look, and because I needed a project.  Those are the...
Stacked Stone Panels
Stacked Stone Panels An easy do it yourself project for the weekend  Stacked Stone Panels: So often, there are large scale projects that need to be done around the house, but we never get to them because they seem overwhelming or just too expensive to be done on our own. That can cause discouragement, and lead to a decision to not take on any do it yourself projects around the house, just assuming that we can’t do them well or that we won’t be successful if we try our hand at updating the house on our own.But there is a long list of really easy and inexpensive projects that can be done in a day or a weekend, and that can add...
stacked stone veneer
There have been a lot of changes to the Black Forest subdivision since I left there about a decade ago.  Most of those changes stem from the wild fires that have devastated the area over the last couple of summers.  All lot of the houses that I remember from my youth have burned down.  So much of the forest itself has burned down.  The black toothpicks and black charred ground has made the name “Black Forest,” somehow more fitting.As a result of the fires, many of the home owners, including my parents have searched for ways to mitigate the dangers of living in such a dangerously fire prone area.  All the houses seem to be in a state of...
Stone Panels Will Improve Any Room In Your Home
 Stone Panels Will Improve Any Room   In Your Home. STONE PANELS GUIDE:  Are you and your family currently seeking an inexpensive way to dramatically improve the aesthetic appeal and natural beauty of your home? If so, you should consider using faux brick and faux stone veneer materials so improve any interior or exterior space of your home. Faux brick and faux stone materials have seen an increase in popularity as of late as more and more home owners in the Denver Colorado and surrounding regions begin to witness the beautiful benefits for themselves. Forever, beautiful stone and brick work has been associated with very high costs and many homeowners have traditionally turned down these projects as a result. With inexpensive faux materials you...
Stacked Stone Tile - Stone Care
Stacked Stone Tile Stone Care   Stacked Stone Tile: When purchasing a new fabricated stone, follow the procedures listed below to protect and keep your stone looking its best. Cleaning: Clean your stacked stone surface daily with the included Marbamist; Spray Cleaner. Gently remove any loose debris from the; surface then spray Marbamist on the surface of your stone and; wipe it clean. Do not use any abrasive cleaners or harsh chemicals; to clean your stone. Protecting:  Apply Polish weekly for maximum protection; of your stone. Shake the bottle thoroughly then apply the; polish with a clean dry cloth, spreading it liberally on the surface.; Allow the polish to dry to a haze, then wipe with a clean soft; cloth. Wait 30 minutes prior to placing food or drink on the stone; surface.
The Noh Dramatheater
The Secret of the Dragon and the Mysterious Urns    Kansai Council page on special features in Japanese architecture The painted dragon on the ceiling "roars."On the ceilings of such halls as Shokokuji Temple, Tenryuji Temple and Myoshinji Temple in Kyoto are drawings of dragons. In Shokokuji Temple, when you clap your hands, a long reverberating echo, traditionally called the "roaring dragon", is heard. This sound is in fact caused by the ceiling. A sound produced between two parallel planes, the floor and the ceiling, repeatedly bounces between them, causing acoustic reflections and subtle overlapping of echoes. The result is unique sound waves, the roar of the dragon.The phenomenon is more likely to happen when one side of the plane is slightly...
Living room RUGS
Living Room Rugs - From Jennifer Hello there and welcome to Stacked Stone Tile! I hope you had a fantastic weekend! It was a good one here – I got SO much done. And had some fun. Just the right mix. ;) I’ve been creating some improvements to the living room in the last year or so and I am really love how it looks like right now. I comprehend living rooms are generally more “fancy,” but I don’t really need fancy in our house. It’s a tiny, open space living room so we invest quite a bit of time out in it. Glen plays in the living room much more than he does in any other room downstairs, so it...

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