Exterior And Interior Wall Cladding: Canada’s Newest And Most
Cost-Effective Cladding Material Trend For Outdoor
And Indoor Stone Walls
For home owners, designers, contractors and architects alike, hearing of a hot new trend in interior and exterior
design is always exciting.
However, learning that this new trend is also cost-effective is really music to everyone’s ears in the current economic landscape.
Exterior and interior stone walls fit this exact bill. They’re an attractive and increasingly popular way to decorate a home,
but they’re more than just that. Stone veneers are also an extremely cost-effective alternative that saves builders and
buyers crucial dollars in a time when every penny counts.
What Are Manufactured Stone Veneers?
If you’ve heard the term “veneer” before, you may associate it with the amazingly white teeth you see in the mouths of celebrities these days. So when you hear the term “stone veneer,” you may ask if the product is similar to dental veneers.
Believe it or not, you wouldn’t be too far off. In our mouths, veneers coat our teeth to replicate the look of a healthy,
beautiful, and natural smile. Stone veneers operate on the same principle. They achieve the same look, texture, colour and shape as natural stones do.
What is the key difference? Manufactured stone veneers give homes all the benefits of real stones – but at a fraction
of the price.
Stone veneers are comprised of Portland cement, lightweight elements from real stone, iron oxide pigments, water
repellents and various polymers. If that sounds like technical jargon to you, a simplified way to understand stone veneers
is that they’re comprised of various components that achieve the look of natural stone and are designed to withstand the elements.
The Benefits Of Manufactured Stone Veneers as a Cladding material
Interior stone walls replicate virtually any kind of stone wall you can imagine, including ledge stones, castle stones, lime stones, and other types of wall stones. This popular new trend is also cost-effective both directly and indirectly.
In the strictest sense, the thinner, lighter cladding materials in stone veneer makes the product less expensive than natural stone. Indirectly, because of their lightweight composition, stone veneers don’t take the same toll on a household that real
wall stones do. They are light enough that they can be easily installed in virtually any interior or exterior application.
Moreover, they don’t require expensive extensions or reinforcements to a house’s foundation.
Because of their more convenient design, stone veneers are also significantly easier to transport than natural stone.
It’s no wonder we’re seeing them pop up everywhere, including fashion-forward cities like Toronto, Hamilton, Kitchener-Waterloo, Barrie, Kingston, Niagara Falls and Ottawa.
Exterior And Interior Wall Cladding Uses
Manufactured stone veneer users, whether they’re building a home, selling one or buying one, are usually ahead of the
curve in terms of home design trends. It’s thus evident that they’ve found many different uses for stone veneers alread
y and are looking to improve upcoming projects with new designs and styles never created before, but possible only
due to manufactured stone veneers.
For example, interior stone veneers are used for fireplaces, stairways, wine cellars, bars and, of course, kitchen islands,
key pieces for any “dream home.”
Exterior stone veneers can accentuate gardens, sculpting a natural look at an affordable price.
They can also jazz up patios and grill areas, giving home owners a “place to be” atmosphere around the neighbourhood
during the summertime.
The Time Is Now To Make The Move To Exterior and Interior Wall Cladding
House prices are finally trending back up and stone veneers are a prime way to spend smartly during this transition period. Sellers can spruce up the look of their homes without spending too much to do so; buyers can spend more on location, location, location and less on renovation; contractors can also spend less on raw materials for their jobs.
Easily installed on any wall surface, from concrete to plywood, stone veneers represent the next generation of interior
and exterior stone decoration for homes. Home owners can say goodbye to heavy and pricy natural stones while
starting to save without sacrificing the natural beauty of their living spaces.
Installing Stone Veneer
Stone veneers are not only attractive as a decorative stone but provide total convenience as they are easy to install.
The process is quite simple and anybody can take up the task with the handful of instruments and materials.
Whether they are stone veneers panels or exterior stone cladding, they can be installed to enhance the value of your house.
Canyon Stone Canada, stone veneer supplier, is based in the Greater Toronto Area and actively searching for dealers
in major cities across Canada.
These include Victoria and Vancouver in British Columbia, Calgary and Red Deer and Edmonton in Alberta, Saskatoon and Regina in Saskatchewan, Winnipeg in Manitoba, Montreal and Trois-Rivieres and Quebec City in Quebec, Fredericton and
St. John and Moncton in New Brunswick, Charlottetown in Prince Edward Island, Halifax in Nova Scotia, as well as
St. Johns in Newfoundland and Labrador.
Within Ontario Canyon Stone Canada guarantees delivery within a day to clients from Ottawa to Cornwall, Sarnia to
Windsor (Tecumseh, LaSalle, and Lakeshore), as well as Thunder Bay. We also offer standard delivery to all Ontario cities
including St. Catherines, Niagara Falls, Welland, Burlington, Hamilton, Oakville, Milton, Mississauga, Port Credit, Georgetown, Brampton, Bramalea, Etobicoke, Toronto, Willowdale, North York, Scarborough, Woodbridge, Maple, King City, Concord, Richmond Hill, Markham, Unionville, Stratford, Oshawa, Whitby, Clarington, Acton, Erin, Kitchener, Waterloo, Cambridge, Guelph, Brantford, Brant, Brockville, Woodstock, Barrie, Carp, Innisfil, Midland including Tay and Penetanguishene, Orillia, Ramara, Leamington including Kingsville, Sudbury, Chatham, Kent, London, Kingston, South Frontenac,
Peterborough including Smith-Ennismore-Lakefield, Belleville, Cornwall, North Bay, Sault Ste. Marie, Kawartha Lake.