Faux stone panels from the box to the wall in minutes.
Product Knowledge Video
Watch complete overview of the GenStone system.
Installing Stone Veneer
Check out our how to video library and let us know if you have questions.
Any home improvement project can be intimidating in the planning phase, but rest assured GenStone can be installed by anyone! The videos below are in the typical order you should follow in order to have a successful faux stone installation. If you have any questions, you can get in touch with our support team by clicking through to our support form below, @genstoneDIY on Twitter or by sending us a message on Facebook.
Laying your materials out on the ground before attaching any GenStone to the wall is the easiest way to plan your project.
Snapping a Chalk Line
Snapping a chalk line before installing your first GenStone panel will help ensure a level install.
Attaching a Corner
Start your GenStone install by working left to right. In this case we will start with a corner piece. Our corner piece creates a simple transition around a 90º corner. It is designed to fit seamlessly with a full or half panel.
Measuring a Panel for Cut
From inception through the completion of your install, accurate measurements are the first step in a successful GenStone project.
Cutting a Panel
After drawing a cut line, you can cut your GenStone panel with either a circular saw or hand saw. In this case, we will demonstrate how easily a circular saw can cut a panel to size.
Hand Saw Cutting a Panel
You don't need to own or know how to use a circular saw to cut your panels to size. Watch how easily a hand saw cuts through a GenStone panel.
We recommend using construction adhesive in addition to screwing your GenStone panels to the wall.
90º Corner and Next Panel
Learn how to transition from a 90º corner panel to a full GenStone panel during your installation.
Attaching Panels to the Wall
After making sure your panel is level, attach your GenStone by placing screws in the positive shiplap edge.
Face Screwing a Panel
After attaching your GenStone panel to the wall we recommend inserting a few face screws 2 inches from the bottom and top.
Caulking Ship Lap
Caulking the ship lap after your panel is attached to the wall is easy and will provide a professional finish.
Attaching an Inside Corner
Installing an inside corner is the easiest way to transition between to inside facing walls.
Applying a Ledger
Installing a GenStone ledger is easy and it provides not only a professional looking finish but also moisture shedding properties.
Wainscot Time Lapse
How much is a weekend worth to you? This wainscot wall was completed in under an hour!