Cast stone moulds are typically used to custom design and create stone and tile for home remodelling. The cast stone created in moulds looks like cut stone, and is used in masonry and architecture. The advantage of cast stone is that it is much cheaper than natural stone, it looks like natural stone and it's easier to customise. The colour of cast stone is modifiable, and the stone is easy to cut into shapes. While it is easier to buy stone that has already been cast and pre-moulded, it is possible to buy cast stone moulds through specialised tools and masonry stores.
- Skill level:
Other People Are Reading
Log onto a web page that allows you to search for directions and businesses, like Google Maps, or MapQuest. Search for "stone moulds near (Your Area)".
Scroll down the left side bar to find relevant stores. Click the stores to see their locations, web pages and phone numbers.
Search the web pages to see if cast stone moulds are offered. Call the stores for further inquiry. If you find a store that has the cast stone moulds you need, you can drive to the store and buy the moulds. If there aren't any stores in your area, try looking online.
Find a few online stores that specialise in cast stone moulds. You can do this by searching for "stone molds" in any search engine. Some companies that sell moulds are The Mold Store, Rubber Mold Company and Stone Caster Studio.
Scroll down to the left sidebar on The Mold Store's website. Select "Mold Catalog" to see the types of moulds the store offers. Click on the photo of the type of stone you would like to replicate, then click the style of mould you like. You can add the mould to your cart, and check out when done shopping.
Scroll down the home page of Rubber Mold Company's site. The home page displays all the different types of moulds available. Click on the picture of the type of mould you would like. This will bring you to a page with varieties of that mould type. Type in the number of moulds you need under your selected mould, select "Add to Cart" and checkout.
Select "Prices" on the Stone Caster Studio home page. Click "DIY - Stone Veneer". Select "Buy" and fill out the brief form, with your name, contact information, and the type and amount of stone moulds you would like to purchase.
- 20 of the funniest online reviews ever
- 14 Biggest lies people tell in online dating sites
- Hilarious things Google thinks you're trying to search for