Mesa Precast FAQ
Architectural precast is a refined concrete building unit manufactured to simulate natural cut stone, used in masonry applications.
Architectural precast can be used as an exterior or interior design detail for any structure. Architectural precast is often used as a feature such as columns, trim, ornament, window or door surround, and fireplace façade.
Architectural precast looks similar to many stone surfaces yet it is more cost effective. Also architectural precast is more durable.
The beginning point of a project will vary with its overall size and complexity. Most commercial projects start with architectural plans. Many residential projects also have architectural plans. If you do not have plans, exact measurements of doors and windows will get us started.
Mesa Precast works with installers and recommendations can be made for installation.
Architectural precast is generally a custom product. Lead-time depends on the time of year and overall backlog that the company has at the time an order is placed. From the time the customer places the order, it generally takes 3 to 4 weeks to produce.
Mesa Precast can ship the product to every state
Standard pieces are sold by Mesa Precast. Please reference the catalog shown on this web site. For smaller projects, a qualified installer will be able to cut most pieces to fit a given area.
Yes, it can be painted, faux finished, or stained.