Cracked and sawn granite facades are the most sought after.
Granite covering is used on facades on exterior walls since the earliest times.
The architectural offices that use the granite facades for their strength have also created new shapes and finishes that make modern granite buildings.
Normally, the granite for ventilated facades is cut to a thickness of 30-40 mm. The most sought after finishes, for granite façades, continue to be cracked and sawed.
Besides beauty, granite is more sustainable than most materials.
WHY GRANITE FACADES
- aesthetically pleasing
- relatively maintenance-free
- low carbon footprint compared to other materials.
There are significant types of anchors to support the granite facade panels. Direct and indirect anchorage methods for stones are now available and there are also solutions for any kind of granite buildings.
Direct anchorage (bonding and sealing); Indirect anchorage (with staples and points of mortar, with grout in anchors and metal support substructure).
Granite facades can be Sawed, polished, sandblasted, bush-hammered, rough-sawn, thermal finish, smoothed and scratched.