Frisco Buff Lueders
Quarried from the Mezger's Hog Creek Quarry in Permian Basin in West Texas, Frisco Buff Lueders limestone has a high compression strength and a low absorption rate. It gets its name from the warm gray to light tan hues inherent in the stone.
Buff Lueders withstands extreme weather and maintains its natural appearance making it an appealing choice for architectural carvings, moldings, paving, veneers, columns, balusters, coping and fireplaces. It is a preferred building material among architects, builders and masons because of its composition, workability and aesthetics.
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