Outwater Introduces Expanded Series of Faux Stone Panels

Now you can readily achieve the look of authentic Stone, Brick, Wood and many other surfaces for a fraction of the cost with Outwater’s [Outwater Plastics Industries, Inc. + Architectural Products by Outwater, LLC]  expanded series of Faux Stone Panels—innovative high-density polyurethane and resin interlocking panels designed to visually and texturally replicate the original building materials from which they have been modeled with exacting realism.

Ideally suited for interior or exterior use in a vast number of commercial and residential applications that include drywall beautification, skirting, point-of-purchase displays, signage, scenery, window trims, home siding, and themed environments, Outwater’s Faux Stone Panels (which are all UV-protected, offered in new styles and colors, and available in a fire-rated format as per ASTM E84-90 Surface Burning Characteristics), can be saw or laser cut, drilled, routed, glued, or fastened on virtually any type of surface using ordinary woodworking tools.

Interlocking connections on most of the available panels enable individuals without brick or stone laying experience or required mortar lay up skills to easily and efficiently create picture perfect stone or brick incorporated works more cost effectively than if utilizing traditional masonry methods and materials.

Lightweight, impact-resistant, and dimensionally stable (as well as impervious to adverse climate and weather conditions), Outwater’s Faux Stone Panels not only significantly improve thermal and sound insulating properties, they never require painting, staining, or waterproofing.

Furthermore because Outwater’s Faux Stone Panels are unaffected by moisture, insects, UV, and most common solvents, they can be used in applications that might be potentially unsuitable for other types of media.

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