To ensure that the panels are positioned to reproduce the appearance of natural stone, it is important to offset the alignment of the vertical joints.
Cut a Beonstone panel in two and set one section in place to start the second row.
Hide the screw heads using a caulking colour similar to the stone. You can get the exact colour by mixing stone dust and some transparent caulk.
3.2 A WALL WITH CORNERS
Whether you have an interior or an exterior corner, you should start your wall at the corner. First, apply an elastomeric waterproofing membrane air/water directly on the water weather-resistant barrier on both sides of the corner.
The elastomeric waterproofing membrane must cover a minimum of 100 mm (4 in.) on each side for an exterior corner and 175 mm (7 in) for an interior corner.
Beonstone panelized stone siding is designed to interlock perfectly. However, when forming a corner, you need to prepare two panels by removing part of the plastic backing.