Stone Siding, or the idea, was a common alternative to transform a house from the ordinary to the exceptional. But the advancement used in producing stone effects on external and indoor walls or fireplaces has been similar to flooring technology. And it does, of course, mean choices for siding in stones that will provide you with that special stone permanence.
In this respect, however, there are few exterior house stone design available to you.
Solid Stone Siding
Strong stone siding has been used for decades from the start for external surface projects with the advantages of high reliability and an authentic impression of real steel. Naturally, these advantages are significant. And the technologies to recreate them started from these. Naturally, it also stimulated creativity from the inconvenience of solid stone sidings. In order to minimize transportation costs and to slash the time it takes to do the work, for instance, the issues of unnecessary weight and the labour intensive harvest of solid stones in hand (done by hand).
Polyurethane-Based Foam Panel ‘Stone’ Siding
The solution may be a very lightweight alternative to actual stone, a spraying panel or fake stone panel siding, built out of tightly rendered polyurethane. And since this kind of stone siding is designed for use in panels and not on a stone-by-stone basis, it is therefore easier to build. The technology that goes into the stone side alternative is very impressive as far as the appearances are concerned. Just a touch reveals that this kind of siding is not a real stone. And, naturally, it also needs to be long-term weather-resistant.
Natural Stone Cladding
Cladding is another means of using natural stone surfaces. Not in extracted stone but in cut-to-size units from larger sheets this wide selection of stones is provided. This kind of common cladding is derived from granite slabs. Granite is an exceptionally lightweight natural stone resistant to cracking and can result in stone types that allow humidity to infiltrate, rendering certain stone types vulnerable to freezing period. The surface of the stone coating, much like the typical masonry, represents unregular contours. But any piece has a flat backrest. In a phased pattern, the cladding is attached to a substratum similar to that of concrete.