Natural stone is a basic building material used for facades from hundreds of years ago. Nowadays, it is important to build a sustainable home using green products. In this case, natural stone is the most ecological solution, with a lot of benefits for your facades. Don’t miss them!
Natural stone industry provides a specific vocabulary. Different types of natural stone, formats, finishes and installation process are defined by technical terms that you probably don’t know. There is no problem: CUPA STONE helps you learn them with our natural stone glossary.
Infercoa natural slate is the perfect choice for your garden. In fact, natural stone can be included in any landscape project in order to hold back a slope, improve the value of your home or simply decorate your garden. Here you have some great ideas using Infercoa:
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The construction of stone pavings needs a well-conceived design and a careful execution. The adherence layer, which supports the stone, may consist of mortar cement, adhesive or sand.
There is no question of stone‘s durability in pavements, demonstrated by the numerous architectural remains that were constructed from this products. Natural stone pavings for outdoor use have many advantages: beauty, durability and design possibilities.
Natural stone is a building material suitable for your interior design. It will bring warmth and charm to your home. For example, granite is one of the hardest and densest natural stones which helps maintain its luster and resist staining for longer than other materials.
Natural stone is also the correct choice for flooring in autumn or winter. Beautiful, sturdy and extremely long-lasting, natural stone is one of the only flooring materials that can be used both indoord and outdoors with ease. But, why should we choose a natural stone flooring in autumn or winter?