Pro-Line Cultured Stone Products
An Authentic Looking Alternative to Real Stone
|This gorgeous fireplace was built with Pro-Line stone veneer. The fireplace is a Heatilator Novus.|
Pro-Line Stone Veneer is another quality product from Wisconsin-based Norse Building Products. As you’d expect from a Midwest manufacturer, Pro-Line stone veneer is built to survive in harsh climates and meets the stringent AC51 building codes for strength and durability.
The Pro-Line products really capture the beauty of real stone, but weigh up to 75% less—which makes them much easier to install and less expensive to ship. Compared to natural stone, the cost of materials for a typical fireplace installation is about half as much.
Tie It All Together With Pro-Line Accessories
Pro-Line makes matching hearth stones, lintels, keystones, quoins, trim stones and even utility boxes to frame your On-Off controls. Their accessory pieces are available in four neutral colors: Cream, Grey, Natural Stone, and Brown.
An Incredibly Versatile Veneer
Although we mostly build fireplace surrounds with Pro-Line veneer, it is equally suitable for chimneys, accent walls in kitchens or living rooms, in wine cellars, and even on exterior walls. It’s extremely durable and maintenance-free, too.
Stop by our Waukesha showroom to see samples of Pro-Line veneers. Chances are we also have a display fireplace or two built with Pro-Line stone veneer, so you can see what a completed surround looks like.
Contact our Waukesha fireplace design pros for a free estimate on stone veneer fireplace installation.
Badgerland Fireplace Inc. provides the best fireplace installation, repair and maintenance services for homes and businesses in Southeastern Wisconsin including: Brookfield, Delafield, Waukesha, Milwaukee, New Berlin, Wauwatosa, Muskego, Mukwonago, Franklin, Menomonee Falls, Oconomowoc, Elm Grove, Brown Deer, West Allis, Pewaukee, Glendale, Greendale, Fox Point, Whitefish Bay, Shorewood, Greenfield, Oak Creek, Cudahy, River Hills, Saint Francis, Hales Corners, Sussex, Hartland, Big Bend, Eagle, and Butler.