Silver grey granite stone cladding
Silver grey granite stone cladding is a naturally looking, elegant and time-saving way to decorate the exterior and interior of the building. It also provides good insulation and moisture protection. Regular shape enables quick installation, whereas natural split face of each stone gives surfaces unique look. Silver grey cladding stone is one of the types of natural stone tiles, which can be used as an attractive finishing material for indoor and outdoor areas. It also provides numerous possibilities of garden arrangements.
All the silver grey wall tiles have machine cut sides and back, with natural split front. Sawn back and sides make installation fast and efficient as thanks to regular edges tiles adhere precisely to the surface. Thus covering a facade becomes an uncomplicated job which can be done individually. There is no need to hire a stonemason, so stone walling gives you a great option of creating an outstanding effect on your own, allowing you to cut down on costs of hiring trained workers. Two important things to be taken into account before starting, are to begin tiling from the bottom of the building and be careful not to stain the front with the adhesive, as removing it is very time consuming.
Silver grey cladding forms interlocking layers which seamlessly fit with each other, creating an exciting 3D finish. Distinctive feature of the split faced stone panels is irregular texture at the front which resembles natural rock. Stone wall cladding gives the surface original looks and the material makes it blend with the surrounding landscape. Apart from the decorative function, product also ensures wall protection, insulating the building and preventing moisture from penetrating the structure. Stone cladding creates a lasting and aesthetic elevation, which will add unique character to the house. Silver grey stone wall panels are a great choice for extensions, fireplaces, porches, door and window surrounds, and other distinctive parts of your home. As stone cladding is not as thick as building stone, it does not add much weight to the structure.