On the following pages are details of window trims with jambs, mullions, ashlar facings, entrance trims, jambs, heads, lintels, soffits, steps and door sills.
We have tried to cover the many methods of anchoring that can be used for the varying stone and wall conditions. When looking at a detail, one can easily think of another type of anchoring; however, we have tried to show the anchoring that would be best for all. This reduces cost in both the manufacturing and setting of stone, while providing a well anchored, properly jointed stone for quality appearance and outstanding durability.
Precast Stone is used as an architectural feature where a Cast Stone finish is desired and the size exceeds the normal maximums. Anchoring of Precast Stone is similar to anchoring of Architectural Precast Concrete.