Lueders Limestone is a tried-and-true Texas Lueders limestone that is sawn on top and bottom. It contains a rich variation in gradients and colors, from buff, light gold, dove gray, and even deep gold.

Lueders limestone originates from a well-established stone quarry in North Texas and has a range of colors and textures. Native to North Texas, this rectangular-shaped limestone showcases abundant shades of charcoal and gray.

Lueders natural stone veneer presents a timeless classic look to any application. Formal sawn heights in buff, white, cream, and brown have made this popular for pool coping or wall cladding.

Lueders Stone slabs are a great home or building stone project option. They have a sophisticated finish with grey and beige tones on both sides. Our lueder slab stone is a cost-effective building product because of its durability and low maintenance requirements.

Smokey River Lueders

These slabs come from Lueder, Texas, where the natural limestone is denser. Lueders come in charcoal, gray, and caramel tints. The 1 1/4” is a fabulous cap rock and excellent for mortaring on top of concrete. The 2 1/4” is thicker for jobs that require more weight.

Limestone consists primarily of carbonate minerals. You can distinguish two major groups—the softer and harder limestones.

The first grouping is the white stones. White rocks are porous and better for outdoor flooring in sunny areas. They almost always offer them with a honed finish.


The second group includes the harder types, which are more compact and are generally suitable for heavy-traffic areas.

Texas limestone mainly consists of calcite. It has a smooth, granular surface and does not show a graining or crystalline structure.

Limestone varies in hardness. Some dense limestone can be polished.

Typical colors for limestone are blacks, grays, whites, yellows, or browns. It is more apt to stain than marble. It gets its lime from seawater.

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