Stone cladding facade systems provide a natural finish to complement and harmonise with their surroundings, often in conservation areas among long-standing traditionally built stone projects.
The growth of natural stone Rainscreen has evolved with clients and architects still looking to achieve a natural stone facade but with the benefits of reduced weight, construction programmes and environmental impact of using less raw material.
Stone cladding is a layer of natural stone applied to the walls. When applied it gives an effect such that the wall is made of the natural stone itself. Artificial stones can also be applied, but usually, natural stones are preferred. Natural stone cladding is produced by quarrying different stones and milling them into thin pieces.
- Ready-to-install panels for quick construction
- Protective water-repellent coating
- Lighter than stone for the reduced load on the building
- Can be painted or polished
- Strength like cement for more durability
- Offered in sizes larger than conventional stone to enhance aesthetics
- They are available in the standard sizes of 300 mm X 300 mm or 600 mm X 600 mm. The thickness ranges from 12 to 20 mm depending upon the types of stone. However, customized sizes are available according to the requirements.