Windsor Slate Stone Wall Panel


  • $26.86 each panel
  • Model: WP-SL-PN-BK
  • Color: Brunswick Brown
  • Production Time: Approx. 1 to 3 business days
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Specifications of Windsor Slatestone Brunswick Brown Panel:

  • Model: WP-SL-PN-BK
  • Line: Windsor
  • Style: Slatestone
  • Color: Brunswick Brown
  • Type: Panel
  • Edge Type: Standard
  • Production Time: Approx. 1 to 3 business days
  • Material: Polyurethane
  • Overall Dimensions: 43 ¼" Wide × 8 ½" High × approx. 1 ¾" Thick
  • Coverage Dimensions: 41 ½" Wide × 7 " High
  • Coverage: Approx. 2.05 sq. ft.
  • Weight: Approx. 2 lbs 9 oz each panel
  • Suggested Amount of Caulk / Glue: 1 tube per 8 panels
  • Exterior Use: Weather Proof, near zero UV degradation
  • Interior Use: Highly Durable, increases R-value
  • Area price: Approx. $10.53 / sq.ft.
    based on overall dimensions
  • Coverage price: Approx. $13.10 / sq.ft.
    based on coverage dimensions
  • Price per pound: Approx. $10.57 / lb.
  • Ships From: Southwest Region
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    The Windsor Slate Stone Wall panel provides the look of real slate without the expense or maintenance required. Real slate is a metamorphic rock that’s been used for hundreds of years – and is a beautiful stone to use in your home. However, real slate is heavy, meaning that walls need reinforcing, tiles can split or crack, and installation requires special skill.

    Faux Slate Stone solves all of those problems. Because the panels are made with lightweight and durable polyurethane, they weigh less than three pounds each, so your walls don’t need any reinforcement. They require no maintenance and won’t crack, split, erode or chip. If used outside as siding, the panels will withstand many weather conditions including wind, rain, ice and snow, and harsh temperatures.

    And installation is a snap – any DIYer with a few basic skills can do it – and we show you how.

    The Windsor Slate Stone wall panel is available in five natural-looking colors:

    • Brunswick Brown – a mix of deep brown and gray
    • Canyon – rich red tones
    • Midnight Ash – dark gray with light brown interspersed
    • Mojave – varying shades of brown
    • Pewter – mixed shades of gray

    Windsor Slate Stone gives you the texture and look of real slate, but doesn’t require any upkeep, costs less, and you can install them yourself. It doesn’t get any better than that.

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