The best stone cladding for a façade
Dry stone cladding is widely regarded as the most elegant way to beautify your own façade in a functional way. Unlike plain render, cladding is more expensive to buy but offers more design options, and what’s more, when you get bored with the look or want to make some changes you can easily remove them later. In addition to classic variants such as clinker façade or plaster façade, special façade claddings are also becoming increasingly popular. Dry stone cladding has the advantage that the appearance of the stone used for dry cladding looks pristine and aesthetically pleasing.
How do I install dry stone cladding on a wall?
Installing dry stone cladding is not as scary as it looks. In addition, the dry cladding method is safe and ensures that the stone does not fall off over the years. It creates a gap between the wall surface and the stone cladding, providing a layer of air cushion that acts as a thermal barrier. This method allows the stone to expand and contract in extreme weather conditions. It is also worth acknowledging that the installation of the whole is not particularly long, so we can save a lot of time and funds on professionals. You can start from the left or right corner of the wall, leaving a minimum gap of 2 mm. If the wall is freshly made, make sure it is properly dried and not brittle.