Precast stone is most commonly used in a decorative application similar to natural limestone and other stones. Precast stone is typically used as an architectural feature, trim, ornament, or facing.
The most commonly used units include banding, sills, door and window surrounds, coping, quoins, and water tables. Other less common uses include columns, balls, medallions and a variety of others that are all suited to cast stone.
Precast stone is a highly refined architectural concrete building unit manufactured to simulate natural cut stone in masonry applications. Precast stone is used as an architectural feature, trim, ornament or facing for buildings or other structures.
The pricing of precast stone depends on various factors including the job size, repetition of pieces and mold reuse, the complexity of the job, size and design of the piece, how many sides of the piece are exposed and color.