Bet that price did not inclide all the outside corners your going to need.
Well, for that particular product, the flat pieces come in a box covering 8 sq. ft., and the corner pieces come in a box covering 6 ln. ft. Both boxes are $50 each. The price was just a rough estimate, and it also doesn't include any other products we need (adhesive, cement board, etc)Bet that price did not inclide all the outside corners your going to need.
A couple taps with your hand should give some clues as to how it's fastened to the chimney. If there's no wood, I might be inclined to just tear the drywall off and adhere the stone directly to the brick chimney below..........Thanks everyone for the suggestions. Yeah, I think we're opting out on the Home Depot stone idea and going with what my wife's friend who's a mason uses instead.
What are the chances that the drywall is attached to wood fastened to the chimney? Could the drywall be fastened directly to the chimney instead, in which case I'd probably have to use cement screws to fasten the cement board or mesh down? Thanks again for all your help in guiding us on the right path :thumbup: