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    Mt. Moriah Ledgestone?

    Anyone here have pics of Mt. Moriah ledgestone used on their pool? After debating which material to use for the raised bond beam & spa- only about 85 sq ft, I found Mt. Moriah ledgestone and just loved it.

    Have pics of it used on a pool? If you do have it, how is it holding up?

    Thanks.

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    Re: Mt. Moriah Ledgestone?

    Never heard of it before, but it looks nice! Can you get a sample of the stone? If so you can make a pretty good guess about its durability. Does it clink or thunk? Soak up water like a sponge, or only reluctantly?
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    Re: Mt. Moriah Ledgestone?

    John- I do have some good samples and haven't checked how it soaks up water, but I will. I did find someone online who has it on their spa spill & raised beam and he thought it held up well. He said he just paid someone to clean it after 3 years. I'm wondering how bad it got- but I didn't ask for before and after pics.

    PB liked it.

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    Re: Mt. Moriah Ledgestone?

    RL]

    Figured out how to post a picture, finally. Here is the Mt. Moriah stacked stone.

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