Masonry Veneer Installation System

MVIS cost savings calculator

Utilize our online calculator to determine your estimated savings when using our Masonry Veneer Installation System (MVIS™) compared to a traditional lath and scratch installation. 

Watch the video below of the time savings had when using Masonry Veneer Installation System (MVIS™) compared to a traditional lath and scratch installation. 

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Keep up with the increasing popularity of adhered masonry veneers with MVIS™ products. Trust your installation to a complete productivity-boosting system designed to deliver superior, long-term performance on masonry projects of all types including residential, commercial, and industrial applications. Utilizing proven materials, MVIS includes air and water barrier products, sealing tapes, various polymer fortified adhesive mortars that provide non-sag performance, latex admix and epoxy adhesives, pointing mortars and sealants and paver joint fillers.

Unlike traditional methods and materials, the Masonry Veneer Installation System (MVIS™) is engineered to provide a permanent, high-strength installation that uses a revolutionary waterproofing air and water barrier membrane to provide a barrier against air and water penetration into the structure. The MVIS system is designed for thin-brick, manufactured stone and natural CUT stone veneers for interior and exterior applications.

Resources

  • Learn about MVIS solutions, products and installation tips on our YouTube playlist >  

See how the Masonry Veneer Installation System (MVIS™) compared to traditional lath and scratch installation in this independent side-by-side comparison by Home Innovation RESEARCH LABS™ measuring labor hours and cost to install thin veneer.

Get an overview of the MVIS system, its components, and proper installation methods.

Watch the video to learn how a Tampa, Floriday Chiller Plant District Cooling Station used LATICRETE® Masonry Veneer Installation System (MVIS™) to guarantee that 30,000-square feet (2787 square meters) of thin brick would stay in place.