What Is Cladding Stone?
Cladding stone is a thin and light layer of decorative stone. Builders and architects mostly use it for feature walls and building facades. Here, in BorjStone Corporation real, quarried stone that has been cut into thin slices to suit your design requirements is used to make natural stone cladding.
Manufacturers make this product of broken and small pieces of travertine and marble stone. These pieces are the waste of stone-cutting factories. Various designs of this stone are produced and marketed by combining and gluing resin mortars.
Cladding is the exterior skin of a structure. It helps to improve the aesthetics of buildings while also providing thermal insulation and weather resistance. It is also very popular for interior designs. Furthermore, this natural stone has the most applications in covering floors and walls of stairs and bedrooms, living rooms and reception halls, lobbies, parking spaces, toilets and bathrooms, showcases of shops and commercial places. Also, this type of stone is suitable for health centers such as hospitals, dining halls, study halls and clinics. Due to the fact that companies use nanotechnology in manufacturing process of most of cladding stones. Therefore, facades made with these stones do not attract bacteria.
Advantages of Cladding
First, it is highly durable, and will last a long time. Second, it is versatile with many stone types, formats and finishes available. Third, it is lighter and cheaper in comparison with other types of facade materials. Forth, it has a variety of beautiful patterns, designs and finishes. And last but not the least, cladding stone is weather resistance as well as easy to install.
Stone Cladding vs Stone Veneer
One of the considerations for choosing natural stone versus manufactured stone cladding is the differences in long-term performance and durability. Natural stone is far less porous than manufactured veneer stone, meaning that the latter option can begin to deteriorate over time.