To ensure that our house and façade will be pleasing to the eye for many years and not cause costly problems, it is worth opting for solutions and materials that look timeless. If we opt for a temporary trend that only lasts at the time of purchase, the face of the wall will lose its valuable properties with age. Undoubtedly, such materials include all natural solutions, such as wood or brick; trying to use imitations of such products usually serves neither the quality nor the beauty of the house.
First of all, cladding bricks
Brick enjoys a very wide range of applications. Particularly attractive are those models still made using the traditional technique, which allows for a very high quality and durability of this material. The almost unlimited choice of shapes and colours will allow even the most individual visions to be realised. Cladding bricks are therefore certainly not a one-season trend. They have been used in many ways for years. They are suitable for both interior and exterior use. Such a façade is desirable not only in private homes, but also in commercial buildings. Natural and ecological materials have the advantage of being environmentally friendly, as they can be completely recycled. Brick tiles for outdoor use are generally used on entire façades, but also on parts of the façade, such as plinths, columns or lintels. Although the old brick on building facades is hardly a discovery, it is experiencing a true renaissance today. The choice of brick tiles is quite a challenge, as they should match the vision we have for the overall appearance of the house. The type and colour of the bricks will define whether a residential building with a brick façade will give the impression of being light and friendly, trendy or perhaps reminiscent of the old days.
Natural stone cladding panels
In addition to cladding bricks, natural stone façade panels are very popular and versatile. They usually come in different sizes depending on the specific model. They are divided into three basic categories, of which we can distinguish, among others, 3D panels. This will certainly be an extremely interesting and unusual way to finish the surface of Our walls. Panel thicknesses range from 15 mm in the 3D panel range to approximately 35-40 mm in the stone panel system. The highest quality material guarantees strength and resistance and allows self-assembly. As a 100% natural product from a quarry, they are ideal for both interior and exterior applications. Stone panels are quick and easy to install and can be installed by an experienced DIY or craftsman.
Cladding sandstone for facades
Last on the list was sandstone. Although it is a less frequently used material than the previously mentioned cladding, it works well in many cases. There is no denying that one of the main reasons for this is the visual appeal that this unique stone has. By applying it to a wall, the aesthetics of any property can be improved. We can get it in a variety of varieties and colours, and everyone can find the right materials to suit their building well.