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Refacing stone is the process of overlaying or replacing masonry with a stone veneer. This can be necessary because of the deterioration of the underlying masonry, to improve the performance of masonry, or for aesthetic reasons. It can be carried out internally, for example to give a fireplace a more rustic appearance, or externally to enhance exterior walls.
Common types of refacing stone include:
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