Colorado Company Helps Homeowners Save Money on DIY Projects

Every home needs some sprucing up here and there. Depending on how handy you are, you may take on projects yourself. You may even get the help of the family. For those bigger projects, you might see what a contractor would charge and that might make or break your desire to get a project done. If you’re looking to improve the look and feel of your home and have considered faux stone panels, siding or veneer, look at how one Colorado company helps homeowners save time, money, and energy with GenStone.

How GenStone Helps Homeowners with DIY Projects

GenStone faux stone panels, brick veneer, and random rock can bring life to any home. Whether you’re looking to change the way your home looks, find a way to accent its paint job, or just get more from where you come home to every day, GenStone makes it easy from start to finish.

GenStone can be bought at the pro desk at select Lowes locations and will be rolling into Home Depot soon. This makes it easy for any DIY’er to head to the home improvement store and pick up everything they need in one trip. Since you go right to the pro desk, you can order what you need and guarantee home delivery making it even easier to get the faux stone or brick veneer you need for your next do-it-yourself project.

Introduced in 2002, GenStone’s faux stone panels and siding, in particular, have changed the way the faux stone panel industry does business. It’s contractor quality faux stone for a fraction of the cost and can be installed by anyone. This made GenStone the way to get faux stone panels and siding installed without spending an arm and a leg on the contractor, installation, and delivery costs. Any handy person can install GenStone quickly, easily, and maintain it with little to no investment.

If you’re ready to tackle installing faux stone panels or siding yourself, GenStone is here to help. Visit their website at or give them a call at 800-425-0788 today to see how they can help with your next home improvement project.

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