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    Feb 4, 2016, 08:25 PM
    Veneer stone panel installation
    I am building a Ramada and a sunken in living area adjacent to my swimming pool. I have the pillars of the Ramada as well as one of the walls made of concrete cinderblock. I wanted to know if I can install the stone veneer panels directly to the cinder block without needing Vapor barriers, metal lath, scratch coat or any other material besides mortar behind the veneer stone?
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    Feb 5, 2016, 06:08 AM
    For the pillars yes just the mortar is fine, but not sure about the walls. I would consult with your local building code however before any work is done.

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