Brick, Stucco and Stone Siding
Many reasons abound why we use siding materials for buildings. One reason is to protect homes from different kinds of harsh weather. Another reason is to add a decorative touch to buildings. The other reason is to add sales value to the home. And sometimes we use siding materials to reduce costs. Regardless of the motives why you want to use siding materials in your residential or commercial project, keep in mind that you have three great options: Using stucco, brick or stone siding.
As you know, stuccos are made from cement, sand, lime, and water. And the mixtures of these constituents are applied to a galvanized screen to avoid cracks during installation. The advantages of using stucco siding in your project are numerous. It is resistant to heat, fire and insects. In addition, it is durable and cheaper to maintain. While stucco siding is fairly expensive, the homes you build will maintain their exterior quality for years with little to no maintenance.
Generally, bricks are very expensive. But brick veneer siding offers you a less expensive option to use less quantity of brick to decorate your walls. Also note that you need skilled masons like us to install it for you if you want the job done right the first time.
Like brick and stucco siding, stone siding lasts longer as they are made of durable materials like limestone, marble, and granite. They also come in different shapes, sizes, patterns and colors. What’s more, stone siding is resistant to fire, heat and drastic temperature changes.