Common Issues With Natural Stone
While natural stone has its own appeal, setting it can be a very time-consuming, and tedious process. Getting natural stone to lay flat and even takes a highly skilled mason, and even then, it will never match the finished result of calibrated stone. Common issues with natural stone include an uneven bottom clef, oversized thickness, and tapered bottom clefts. A calibrated stone has a flat bottom and even thickness making it much easier to work with. This allows you to save tons of time and money on your overall project. Uncalibrated stone needs to be leveled and depending on the base underneath, can be more prone to issues later on.