Add some sophistication to your outdoor spaces and revamp those areas that seem outdated and underused. Now you can create an inspired exterior of your home with wall cladding to add colour, texture and style to your abode.
The outside walls of your home do not have to remain dull and unappealing. On the contrary, modern innovations allow us to maximise every wall and with simple wall cladding, we can upgrade the overall aesthetic of our homes.
What is wall cladding exactly?
Wall cladding is the process of layering one material on top of another material which will create a skin layer over your walls. It is a great way to add texture, definition, colour and unrefined elegance to your space.
Depending on the task at hand, different types of materials can be used for wall cladding, such as wood, brick, metal, plastic or imitation stone.
At Revelstone you will find a wide range of both traditional and engineered cast stone cladding to add depth to any space in or around your home. With over 25 years in the business, they listen to what customers want and develop cast stone cladding materials around these preferences.
Cast stone cladding is both a protective and decorative option and is used to create a desired textured appearance on any interior or exterior space. Interior stone cladding brings a level of sophistication, style and depth to a room that is unmatched.
Revelstone has over 13 colours to choose from as well as a variety of shapes and sizes. Cast stone cladding does not trap heat in summer and protects against elements such as rainwater, UV rays and airborne toxins.
The Advantages of Stone Cladding
Cast stone cladding will make your house more attractive to potential buyers if you are looking to sell or even rent out your property. Cast stone cladding can also make your garden look more attractive and will neaten up your flower beds.
While cast stone cladding is usually installed for aesthetic and decorative purposes, it is also very insulating and can stop rooms from losing heat in the winter.
Cladding is extremely resilient and can be used on both the exterior and interior of a building. Best of all, it gives depth and ‘cosiness’ to a room that is hard to replicate with any other material.
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