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Whether it’s natural stone from the earth or a manufactured stone veneer, there’s nothing like the look of stone to add visual appeal to a home, office, commercial, or retail space. But it’s important to know the attributes of each so that you can choose the ideal option for your project. Read on for an overview of the two main types of thin stone veneer and what to consider when planning your next build.
Thin brick veneer offers the timeless beauty of traditional brick masonry and, in some cases, a more simplified installation process. In this article, we’ll look at the benefits of thin brick and how to use this versatile material to enhance your building projects.
A new home design project can be both exciting and challenging as you weigh your options and find the best materials. Stone can lend a sophisticated touch to your space, whether you redo your home’s facade, add your dream kitchen, or enhance your fireplace. When choosing between manufactured stone or natural stone, the selection process doesn’t have to be overwhelming. This article will help you figure out your needs and find the most appropriate type of stone for your project.
By their very nature, masonry materials are hard, durable, and long-lived, making them an excellent building material. Over time, they can require aggressive cleaning methods to remove accumulated dirt or excess mortar. It is important to use the correct cleaning technique and product.