Updating your home can be expensive. However, if you’re looking to create a space you genuinely love, updates can be well worth the investment. Fortunately, veneers can provide a budget-friendly alternative that gives you the look you’re hoping for without the cost.
Veneers for your home allow you to cover any surface without needing to complete a major renovation project. These veneers can help you cover eye sores or create a unique space without emptying your bank account.
Here are a few different kinds of home veneers, as well as what they can be used for.
Thin Brick Veneers
Thin brick veneers are about 1/2 inch thick and cut from full-size bricks. By applying these veneers to any surface, you can create the illusion of a brick structure. You can use brick veneers throughout your home to create an accent wall or even cover a backsplash or fireplace to provide an updated look.
Brick veneers come in the same colors as standard bricks. This gives you many options for creating a unique space entirely your own.
Real Stone Veneers
Like thin brick veneers, real stone veneers are just thinner pieces of standard stones. Real stone veneers allow you to have all the functionality and versatility of a full stone, but without the additional weight. You can get real stone veneers of just about every stone you would naturally choose to use.
Real stone veneers are a great option if you’re looking for something versatile with a wide selection of colors, textures, and sizes.
Manufactured Stone Veneers
Manufactured stone veneers are created to look like natural stone. However, they’re actually made from cement and dyes that are placed into molds. Manufactured stones can provide an additionally budget-friendly option that can look just like real stone.
Manufactured stone veneers look just the same as natural stone, meaning there are dozens of options that suit your needs.
If you’d like to use veneers to upgrade your home, contact Island Block & Masonry Supply. We can help you create a project you love. Call us today at 631.443.4521 to begin discussing what you’d like to create.