Cultured stone is a man-made product that is created and designed to echo natural stone in appearance, but is lighter and therefore easier to install. Its ingredients are concrete and aggregate materials pressed into molds. In order to mimic the look of natural stone and fit the design of your outdoor or indoor space, it is stained, sprayed, or painted in natural-looking colors and patterns. Ease of installation is the greatest advantage of using a cultured stone veneer, primarily due to its weight and density. Manufactured stone is lighter, easier to cut, easier to handle, and can be fixed to a greater variety of substrates, even drywall. Cultured, manufactured stone is better than natural stone for a do-it-yourself installation.
Cement cladding finds a wide range of applications in residential, commercial and industrial buildings as an external and internal cladding material that is used for wall surfaces, roofing and flooring. Cement cladding tiles have very good resistance properties when used as a weather board. It will not rot or lose its composition in the presence of rain, water leakage, wind, dew or any harsh weather conditions. Cement cladding sheets are an inert material. They are non-combustible and have very good fire-resistant properties. Cement cladding sheets are highly resistant to termites and decay. They are a low maintenance cladding material and very easy to install. Corrosion resistant screws are used for the installation of the cement sheets with which they can be installed horizontally or vertically on the wall surface.