Rock Ridge
Jura Splitface Slate Panel Ledger

Size: 6 x 24 |

SKU: 100188796

$2.29 / sqft $13.74 / box
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Size
6 x 24
Product Length
24.0
Product Width
6.0
Product Thickness
1/2in.
Box Length
25.700
Box Width
4.700
Box Weight (lbs)
32.88
Box Quantity
6
Coverage (sqft/pc)
1
Material
Slate
Color
Multi Color
Edge
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Straight or Rectified
Texture/Surface
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Textured
Sealant
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Recommended
Installation Type
Grout & Mortar
Placement
Indoor/ Outdoor
Installation Options
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Wall Only
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Natural stone like this beautiful Jura Splitface Slate Panel Ledger can create a high-value look in any living space. The 6 x 24 slate ledger features multi color hues with a textured finish. Install it on a wall to create a focal point, or use it to elevate the look of your design.

Slate ledger with a textured finish will add a beautiful natural stone look to your space. Slate products come in a range of earth tone colors that add a rustic touch to the interior or exterior of your home.

The Jura Splitface Slate Panel Ledger can add a beautiful touch to your space with its natural look and versatility.

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Can I use Jura Splitface Slate Panel Ledger on a center block retainer wall?

Asked by: Teri
Yes, this ledger panel can be installed outdoors. If you're installing on the exterior of a home, we recommend consulting local building codes and work with your contractor to ensure proper drainage behind the panels. Please know we recommend sealing natural stone prior to and after installation.
Answered by: Floor & Decor Q&A
Date published: 2020-05-26

Can a PL construction adhesive be used instead of the recommenced mortar? I will be installing on a wall with 19/32” OSB board. Thanks.

Asked by: Bobby58
We do not recommend installing on OSB board unless using a metal lathe and scratch coat method. Additionally, we would not suggest that method if going over a fireplace due to the expansion and contraction of the wood. It should be installed on cement board, you cannot use drywall due to the weight of the stone. We suggest using Mapei Ultraflex LFT mortar for the installation of this stone ledger: http://bit.ly/MapeiUltraflexLFT.
Answered by: Floor & Decor Q&A
Date published: 2020-05-12

Can this be used for an external mailbox that will eventually face snowy, wet conditions?

Asked by: Jennifer
Yes, this stone ledger can be installed around an outdoor mailbox. We recommend sealing this ledger prior to and after installation. You can view our selection of sealers here: http://bit.ly/TileStoneSealerCleaner.
Answered by: Floor & Decor Q&A
Date published: 2020-05-04

can this be used on an outside wood burning fireplace. Any issues with heat.

Asked by: jxm
Yes, this can be installed around a wood burning fireplace. We recommend consulting a licensed professional for the proper mortar for your fireplace project needs.
Answered by: Floor & Decor Q&A
Date published: 2020-04-22

Will liquid nails work if put on sheet rock??

Asked by: Twinkle
Stone ledger should be installed on a cementitious based substrate such as cement or backer board, brick, block or a wooden substrate that has been prepped with a metal lath and scratch coat. The ledger panels are too heavy to be attached to a paper base and would fall off, plus the moisture of the mortar would immediately compromise the drywall from the start. You don’t have to rip down the drywall to install, you can install a ¼” cement board over the drywall and be sure to use screws that are long enough to go through the cement board, drywall and into the studs.
Answered by: Floor & Decor Q&A
Date published: 2020-03-13

About how heavy is one box? I want to purchase & pickup 22 boxes & need to plan transport from the store.

Asked by: ashB
Each box of this ledger weighs 33lbs.
Answered by: Floor & Decor Q&A
Date published: 2020-01-06

I want to reface my fire place but i want individual small pieces & the corners

Asked by: Jeff
Jura Slate Ledger Panel comes on a 6x24 mesh backing and does not have coordinating corner pieces. If you're having trouble finding the perfect tile for your project, head over to our Design Services -http://bit.ly/DesignServicesConsult - and take advantage of our free in-store designers! They'll be able to offer custom tailored selections for your budget and style.
Answered by: Floor & Decor Q&A
Date published: 2019-12-21

can it be installed with mastic over drywall or does need to be cemented to board?

Asked by: gmoney
Stone ledger should be installed on a cementitious based substrate such as cement or backer board, brick, block or a wooden substrate that has been prepped with a metal lath and scratch coat. The ledger panels are too heavy to be attached to a paper base and would fall off, plus the moisture of the mortar would immediately compromise the drywall from the start. You don’t have to rip down the drywall to install, you can install a ¼” cement board over the drywall and be sure to use screws that are long enough to go through the cement board, drywall and into the studs.
Answered by: Floor & Decor Q&A
Date published: 2019-12-05
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