Advantages of sandstone cladding
Natural stones as external cladding are very common. Sandstone is one of the most popular of these. It is very often used in construction and interior finishing. Due to its varied colours and composition, it can be used in a wide range of applications. In ancient times, sculptures were made in sandstone because it is relatively soft, making it not particularly demanding to work with. Sandstone cladding has an interesting colour and good technical properties. It is ideal as a facade material for both traditional and modern homes. If you want a natural, rustic or simply more informal feel to your façade or wall, you are probably looking for sandstone cladding.
Installation and maintenance of sandstone
The installation of sandstone cladding is one of the hassle-free ones. Many standard finishes are available, including a glossy, polished sandstone that is difficult to distinguish from marble. Almost any other finish can also be supplied. In addition, bespoke architectural stone elements such as lintels, sills and reveals can be made to order. On the market you will find stone, among other things, in the form of slabs or blocks to be laid on the wall. Tiles, suitable for a fireplace, for example, are also very popular. Arrangements encourage the laying of sandstone cladding on just one wall, so that the stone does not dominate the entire room, but gives it a light character.