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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FB101: Frisco Buff veneer
Smooth finish sawn six sides, coursed.
FB102: Frisco Buff Trim
Molded trim in Frisco Buff smooth. Walls are random, chopped RoughBack.
FB103: Entry Gate
Hand carved achanthus leaves
FB105: Boy Scouts Headquarters
FB106: Church in Texas
Smooth Frisco Buff veneer with split face banding
FB107: Texas A&M Hagler Center
Smooth veneer large panel format. Compound radial arch.
FB108: Full Cut Stone
FB109: Block Veneer Columns
FB110: Landscape Cubes
Frisco Buff Lueders sawn all sizes to smooth cubes
FB111:Sawn all sides coursed veneer.
FB112: Contemporary Residence
Sawn all sides multi coursed veneer
FB103: Baylor Hospital Plano, TX
FB114: Fort Worth Texas Poolside
Pavers and Coping
FB115: Fireplace Surround
FB116: Frisco Texas Retail
FB117: Fireplace Surround and Mantel