Coronado

Coronado Thin Brick and Stone

About Coronado

Coronado has been in the Thin Brick and Stone Veneer industry for over 50 years. Coronado produces Stone Veneer, Thin Brick and Floor Tiles in 7 facilities all across the USA and Canada.

Coronado Stone Products is the oldest manufacturer of veneer stone and brick as well as cement pavers, tile products and other custom and miscellaneous items. We have been in the stone business since 1959. In the 1970’s Coronado Stone went national with manufacturing in Minnesota, Tennessee, and Alabama. With Company owned factories in South Carolina, Texas, Canada, and two additional sites in California. Coronado Stone Products produce over 40 basic tile and stone products, with one to eight colors available depending on the style selected. Whether new construction or remodeling, Coronado Stone Products enhance the finished project.

Coronado is committed to producing the highest quality stone products while providing legendary customer service. Give Coronado the opportunity to make you a believer, their mission is your satisfaction!

One of a kind Quality, One of a kind Attitude.

About Coronado Thin Brick and Stone Veneer

Coronado Thin Brick and Stone VeneerCoronado Stone Products are manufactured stones with extra advantages of lightweight and ease of installation plus ease of availability.  Coronado Stone Products are easily cut or trimmed using a hatchet or wide-mouth nipper.  You may also use a masonry blade with a circular or masonry saw.

Coronado Stone Products may be adhered to any properly prepared, clean, untreated, structurally sound wall surfaces such as wood, wallboard, masonry or metal. Please see Installation instructions for further information.

Coronado Stone Products have been tested and classified to be a Non-combustible material. Test results reveled zero flame spread and no smoke developed. Before installation around fireplace, please refer to the manufactures installation instructions as well as local building codes. Coronado Stone Products comply with all applicable building code requirements.

Colors are an integrated part of Coronado Stone Products during the casting process. Existing applications show no undesirable color change after years of various weather conditions. As with natural stone and brick there will be some slight fading which is a natural process.

Coronado Stone Products are suitable for both interior and exterior applications. They allow you to bring the outdoors inside as well as emphasizing your design and continuity in your color and texture.

Coronado Stone Products are manufactured (man made) stones, with various advantages over natural stone. One being they are a lighter weight material, two is ease of installation and third is availability.

Coronado Stone wall veneers are covered for a period of 50 years from the date purchased, when used on a vertical structure which conforms to local building codes and when installed in accordance with the manufacture’s instructions. Warranty coverage specifically excludes damage resulting from structure settlement and other types of wall movement; contact with paint or chemicals; discoloration due to contaminants; staining, oxidation and water damage. This warranty covers only manufacturing defects in Coronado Stone wall veneers and is limited to the replacement or repair of defective materials only and does not cover the cost of removal or installation of defective products. This warranty is limited to the original purchaser and is non-transferable to any subsequent owner.

Coronado Thin Brick

Adobe Brick

[nggallery id=49]

Belgian Brick

[nggallery id=50]

Brick Accessories

[nggallery id=51]

Clinkers

[nggallery id=52]

New England Brick

[nggallery id=53]

Rough Wire Cut Brick

[nggallery id=54]

Sculputured Brick

[nggallery id=55]

Special Used Brick

[nggallery id=56]

Tumbled Used Brick

[nggallery id=57]

Weathered Brick

[nggallery id=58]

Wire Cut Brick

[nggallery id=59]

Coronado Ashlar and Rubble

Country Rubble

[nggallery id=8]

Belgian Castle

[nggallery id=9]

Caribbean Coral

[nggallery id=10]

Carolina Rubble

[nggallery id=11]

Country Castle

[nggallery id=12]

English Rubble

[nggallery id=13]

Feathered Stone

[nggallery id=14]

Princeton Granite

[nggallery id=15]

Santa Barbara

[nggallery id=16]

Coronado Classic Series

8 inch Classic Jerusalem

[nggallery id=17]

Aegean Coral

[nggallery id=18]

Chiseled Limestone

[nggallery id=19]

Colosseum Travertine

[nggallery id=20]

French Limestone

[nggallery id=21]

Smooth Limestone

[nggallery id=22]

The Getty Stone

[nggallery id=23]

Coronado Designer Series

Playa Vista Limestone

[nggallery id=24]

The Lennox Stone

[nggallery id=25]

The Wave

[nggallery id=26]

Coronado Irregular Shaped Stones

Appalachian Fieldstone

[nggallery id=27]

Creek Rock with Skippers

[nggallery id=28]

Minnesota Fieldstone

[nggallery id=29]

River Rock

[nggallery id=30]

Split Fieldstone

[nggallery id=31]

Viejo Ranch

[nggallery id=32]

Coronado Ledgestones

6 Inch Drystack

[nggallery id=33]

Canyon Ledge

[nggallery id=34]

Cascade Mountain Ledge

[nggallery id=35]

Coronado Honey Ledge

[nggallery id=36]

Coronado Strip Stone

[nggallery id=37]

Desert Ridge

[nggallery id=38]

Eastern Mountain Ledge

[nggallery id=39]

Idaho Drystack

[nggallery id=40]

Mt. Strip Stone

[nggallery id=41]

Old Country Ledge

[nggallery id=42]

Old World Ledge

[nggallery id=43]

Pro-Ledge

[nggallery id=44]

Quick Stack

[nggallery id=45]

Tumbled Ledge

[nggallery id=46]

Virginia Ledge

[nggallery id=47]

Weathered Edge

[nggallery id=48]

Coronado Villa-Stones

[nggallery id=60]