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Dave’s Easy DIY Foundation Cover

Cover up an ugly foundation with ease
Color

Keystone

Charcoal Base with Burgundy and Beige Tones

Easy Faux Stone DIY Foundation Cover

The foundation of your home is essential, but it is often unsightly concrete. Faux stone is an easy DIY way to cover up your foundation and make your exterior look beautiful. GenStone customer Dave Shoblom wanted to cover up his concrete foundation and selected our Keystone Stacked Stone panels for t... Expand full text

Easy Faux Stone DIY Foundation Cover

The foundation of your home is essential, but it is often unsightly concrete. Faux stone is an easy DIY way to cover up your foundation and make your exterior look beautiful. GenStone customer Dave Shoblom wanted to cover up his concrete foundation and selected our Keystone Stacked Stone panels for the job. Dave was impressed by how beautiful the faux stone looked in person and how easy it was to install — he said it is so easy to install that a three-year-old could DIY it!

Foundation cover-up, concrete cover-up, pillar accents, and wainscoting are all different DIY home skirting ideas that can help update your home and potentially increase your home value.

Many potential customers are wary of exterior faux stone products because of a history of poor quality. GenStone was aware of this perception and took the time to test its products before releasing its 99.9% waterproof, high-density polyurethane panels. The result is a product that can withstand the elements even better than natural stone or brick.

Why GenStone

GenStone’s faux stone panels are an excellent addition to any interior or exterior project. Our lightweight panels are easy to install and cast from natural stone, ensuring an authentic look and feel. We have eco-friendly panels in a variety of colors that can perfectly complement your home.

Customer review
Thanks once again, Cameron. I've already had a couple friends ask me about how to order for their projects. Folks just don't realize how nice the stuff is until they see it in person. Oh, and find out pretty much a 3-year-old can do it.

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