Rock Solid and Beautiful
Ameristone is an architectural finish that can be specified for precast and poured-in-place concrete, masonry and cement plaster and as an extraordinary finish on all Dryvit EIFS systems. The natural aggregates of Ameristone finish are encased in a clear 100% acrylic binder and sealed to provide long-term durability and low maintenance.
AMERISTONE FINISH….the look of true stone with none of the disadvantages.
Elements such as arches, columns, pediments, quoins and reliefs that could be cost prohibitive in stone become a reality with Ameristone. Lead time is minimal, and loss due to damage and breakage is a thing of the past. What’s more, it’s lightweight − a fraction of the weight of stone.
When you specify an Ameristone architectural stone finish, you get the proven high performance of Dryvit’s 100% acrylic-based finishes. A tough exterior capable of resisting elements such as airborne pollutants, wind, acid rain, UV radiation, fungus and mildew. Design capabilities are unlimited because architectural details can be created easily and quickly utilizing EPS insulation board. There is also the added possibility of creating custom blends by spraying one color over another.
If you want the look of stone and the legendary performance of Dryvit finishes, call toll free today. Find out how you can immediately incorporate Ameristone in your next project.
Before Making A Final Color Selection
Please note that the on-screen colors may not precisely match actual colors due to variance in monitor calibrations. It is the intent and purpose of this web-based color chart to provide a basic representation of Dryvit Systems finish colors and is offered as a sales aid only to select a range of colors for final selection.This web-based color chart shall not be used for final color selection as color differences may occur from one computer to another. Actual color selection should be made from 8" x 10" samples of each finish type, texture and color to be used on the project. Samples shall be prepared using the same tools and techniques proposed for the actual installation by the applicator/contractor.