Building a new home or renovating your existing home can be a very fun and rewarding process, especially if it’s the first time you’ve done it. However, it can also be hard. According to Limestone Blocks Perth and Stone Cladding supplier, Meteor Stone, choosing the right building materials and design can be stressful and time-consuming, and many people end up with a home that they’re not completely happy with because of this.
One of the most popular and versatile building materials is stone cladding. It can be used on a range of internal or external surfaces, and it provides a very tough, durable and stylish finish.
There are two main styles of stone cladding – smooth and rough. These styles also come in a range of different textures, patterns and colours, but pretty much all stone cladding can be defined by whether it’s smooth or rough. Choosing the right style for your home or verandah can be hard, which is why I’ve put together the following short list of pros and cons for both smooth and rough stone cladding.
Rough Stone Cladding
In general, rough stone cladding is used in outdoors areas. Rough cut stone is designed to look somewhat natural, without artificially smooth surfaces.