Finish Resembling Limestone and other Natural Stone.
Under 6 Percent
All Units Cured at 100% Humidity For Approximately 12 Hours.
Wetcast Architectural Products
Fine Aggregates - ASTM C33
White or Grey Portland Cement - ASTM C150
Air Entraining Admixtures - ASTM C260
Water Reducer - ASTM C494
Non-Structural and Structural When Engineering Cast Stone Products
Other Cast Stone with Non-Typical Lengths and Dimensions
Light Wash Finish
Any Custom Finish Specified
Under 7 Percent
Wet Cast is for materials selected to produce larger, reinforced pieces. Wet cast pieces are placed in a mold at designed slump and vibrated to insure a smooth finish. After curing, a mild chemical solution will be applied to remove the surface cement, and as a result, our finished product will appear totally natural and weather resistant.
Dry cast architectural products allow for greater flexibility in color, shape and textures. Specifications are always exceeded for compressive strength and absorption rates. Our standard color matches Indiana cut limestone perfectly. Splitface, bullnose or custom look.
Estimates are provided when plans are sent to us, or when profiles and lineal footage are provided. Estimates are based upon quantity & complexity of each part that is needed. Feel free to visit our product catalog which consists of stock moulds to keep your project within the budget.
Drafting and Design
We provide in-house drafting of custom shop drawings and design. All shop drawings are created in a 3D perspective with emphasis on the customers understanding of the full appearance of the product before it is sent to our plant for production.
Our designers work hand in hand with the Architects, General Contractors and Masons to provide some of the best custom cast stone out on the market today.
We also provide an engineering service for our cast stone projects that require it.
Our Mold Building Team can custom manufacture to meet any of your needs.
We have in house trucking to insure projects stay on schedule throughout Wisconsin. Out of state projects are delivered by area trucking firms throughout the Midwest & other states.