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    ​Master Builders Solutions teams up with Boral Stone Division


    Master Builders Solutions​ is proud to team up with Boral Stone Division​, the producers of North America’s most recognized brands of manufactured stone veneer, Cultured Stone® and Eldorado Stone® to deliver high-quality finish options for Senergy​ Channeled Adhesive CI Design and Finestone Pebbletex CI-DCA Insulated Masonry Veneer Systems​.

    The Insulated Masonry Veneer Systems​ from Master Builders Solutions are fully integrated and rigo​rously tested exterior cladding systems with continuous insulation, air/water-resistive barrier and drainage. The systems feature MaxGrip Veneer Mortar, an innovative, high strength setting bed mortar that can be used with the Boral Stone Division's Cultured Stone® and Eldorado Stone® brand manufactured stone veneer in order to help deliver a high-quality finish over the innovative wall system.

    MaxGrip Veneer Mortar​ is the latest innovation from Master Builders Solutions, allowing the installation of a variety of masonry veneers, including manufactured and natural stone, tile, and thin brick over continu​o​us insulation without the use of mechanical fasteners. This is critical to maintaining the effectiveness of the underlying heat, air and moisture control layers.​

    “We’re excited about the collaboration with Boral Stone Division and the opportunity to deliver high-performance wall systems with Boral Stone Division’s high-quality manufactured stone veneer to the North America construction market” says Danielle Shacklady-McAtee, Industry Sector Manager for Wall Systems, Master Builders Solutions. The collaboration is the first of its kind in the industry and brings together two industry-leaders to help reduce complexity and increase efficiency in the construction process.​