Hand-Split Wallstone is quarried building stone that has been hand-split to various thicknesses. These products are irregular in shape and are commonly laid as a facade in a mosaic style, but can also be laid in a stack (drystack) or semi-stack fashion. Available in thin, medium and heavy (full-bed) thickness.
Snapped Wallstone is broken (or snapped) on mechanical guillotines, yielding a roughly rectangular block in a medium or heavy (full-bed) thickness. These products are commonly laid as a facade in an irregular ashlar style but can also be laid on edge in a stack (drystack) or semi-stack fashion.
Fieldstone Wallstone has a worn (or weathered) appearance caused by natural forces, such as wind and rain, and is typically used on projects where a more rustic or weathered look is desired.
Smoothed by the forces of water and friction, River Rock has somewhat rounded edges and a relatively smooth texture. It is often used in projects where a more natural look is desired.
Tumbled Wallstone is mechanically tumbled to replicate the naturally-smooth look and feel of river rock. These products are irregular in shape with little to no sharp edges. Available in a thin, medium or heavy (full-bed) thickness.