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Attached Interior Stone Wall Panels

Interior stone wall panels – If you have a back yard that slopes or if you have a need to strengthen your support wall, you may want to consider installing a natural stone wall. A natural stone wall can increase the value of your home as well as beauty to your landscape architecture. You can install a natural stone wall without the use of mortar. This is called a dry stacking technique.

Bedroom Interior Stone Wall Panels

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Measure your interior stone wall panels area to find the height and length. Multiply these two numbers to give you the square meter. Multiply the wall thickness to get the cubic foot measurement. Order from the garden stores your stones or stones to use for your support wall by giving them your measurement. They can tell how many tons of stone will cover a certain number of square meters.

Collect your stones. Start the base of the interior stone wall panels. Start digging a ditch using a spade. For a stone wall less than 4 meters high, dig a dike for the wall so that the first row will be half the height of the second row, in this case about two feet. This will give you a terraced look and will make your stone support wall more stable. The thickness should be sufficiently deep to hold a 6-inch layer of packed gravel, and preferably the depth of your trench should be about 10 inches.

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