Sills

Homeowners and architects alike are fans of Indiana Limestone Veneer sills. Sills are more than just a part of a window. They can be used for landscaping wall accents, interior wall accents, or door frames.

Indiana Limestone Veneer sills and thin sills offer a durable measure of protection from the elements for both natural and cast stone projects. An aspirational material, Indiana Limestone Veneer sills and thin sills have endless potential.

Best-in-Class Quality

Indiana Limestone Company is unmatched as the premier supplier of Indiana Limestone in a range of beautiful and lasting building products. From Indiana Limestone blocks and slabs to finished dimensional cut stone and residential building products, we are the leading, fully integrated supplier of the nation’s building stone.

Exceptional Turnaround Time

Our processes create best-in-class lead times and inventory ready when you are on all our standard products. You’ll be able to meet your client’s demand with ease!

Thin Veneer Sills Available

Our thin stone sills provide the perfect finishing touch for any thin stone veneer project. Our thin veneer window sills come standard in a 2-1/4” course height, 2-1/2” or 3-1/2″ depth, and 4’ length. Available in smooth, rock faced, and rock faced with a drip edge.

Available Colors

Gray

GRAY

Light to medium shades of gray with some veining and grain movement visible in the face and fine to medium grained stone.

Full Color Blend

FULL COLOR BLEND

A natural compilation of the full range of buff to medium gray shades with the same great subtle veining in a standard grade.

Packaging Info

Delivery, Storage, and Handling:

  • Indiana Limestone sills should be unloaded and handled carefully to prevent excess breakage.
  • Product will be supplied adequately packaged on pallets or timbers to keep finished stone clear of the ground.
  • Storage area should be a well-drained space, graveled or chipped for protection against mud splatters.
  • Sills should be handled carefully to avoid excess chips and scratches.
  • When using pry bars to move stone into place, use padding to protect the edges of the stone.