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Jewel Stone

Jewel Stone is the most preferred acrylic modified cement-based coating for transforming concrete into a desired beautiful decorative stone-like finish. Jewel Stone can also be used to restore old cracking concrete and add a touch of beauty.

Jewel Stone, typically, are standard white. However, several colors can be mixed together for a decorative effect. Jewel Stone can also be textured and patterned by a masonry specialist to look like stone, brick, tile, slate etc. Earth Stick & Stone specializes in jewel stone installation services for residential and commercial buildings.

PROFESSIONALTIP: Jewel Stone is impermeable to water, making it a preferred material in areas where water is present or frequently present. They are durable, low cost, and add a unique design element.

Jewel Stone Adds Durability & Beauty

Jewel Stone was developed as a cost-effective way to restore the surface integrity of damaged concrete. They are created from blends of select silica aggregates and mineral additives, which produces a stone-hard cast of thin concrete.

  • Jewel Stone coatings are a water-based acrylic modified with cement
  • It was designed for use over existing concrete and masonry, mainly for repairs
  • It is applied in both interior and exterior masonry design projects

Jewel Stone applications are durable, have lower costs, and add an element of design.

Jewel Stone

Adding strength, durability & beauty

Earth Stick & Stone is a certified Jewel Stone installer, trained in the latest technologies and applications.

Jewel Stone Weathers Well in Outdoor Areas

Earth Stick & Stone is a certified Jewel Stone installer, trained in the latest technologies and applications.The resistance of polymer cement overlays to attacks from the freeze and thaw cycle is what makes Jewel Stone a great outdoor landscape design solution in Ontario. Tiles and real stone are great for the resurfacing of porches, decks and patios, but they can crack in a freeze- thaw environment. When water or moisture gets under stone tiles they lose their structural integrity, breaking the bond between the tile and its substrate.