Stone has been the building block of the family home since civilisation began, from its humble beginnings in prehistoric dwellings to its use as a modern day architectural feature material.
Stone cladding is a thin layer of real or simulated stone applied to a building or other structure made of a material other than stone. Stone cladding is sometimes applied to concrete and steel buildings as part of their original architectural design.
Stone cladding often refers to lightweight simulated stone products with a concrete-type base. These stone cladding products are often fitted to lightweight substrates to reduce the material cost of construction.
The depth of the pieces within the panels creates natural shading and texture combined with natural stone colour variations for an authentic feel. This stone wall cladding product, with interlocking corner units and capping options is ideal for a range of residential and commercial landscape and building projects.