On Trend Stone Panelling System From Greengates Builders Merchants Accrington, Lancashire
Look in any house design magazine at the moment and you will see lots of pictures of stone feature walls inside and outside. Feature walls can be in a kitchen, living room, bathroom in fact any room in the house will be enhanced by a stone wall. Tier can also be used outside.
As Tier is made from natural stone, it bares all the form and character of a dry-stone wall. The simple, yet clever "Z" formation of the Tier Panel System allows each section to interlock seamlessly together, to produce all the charm and elegance of a natural stone surface.
The modular design means it can be constructed in a fraction of the time normally taken to build traditional stonework. With Tier, it is possible to install up to 30m2 per day. This compares with 3m2 for Random Rubble Walling.
Part of what makes Tier unique is that each panel is deeper than other standard stone systems currently available. This allows the panels to have a greater variety of stone sizes, creating a more realistic and authentic finish.
Simple To Use Tier Stone Panelling
The panel system has been designed to achieve the look of a stone wall without the need for a qualified stonemason, therefore no specialist tools or skills are required to install Tier. This is why it is so popular with contractors and developers alike.
The applications for Tier are endless. Its simple installation means it can be incorporated in to both commercial and residential environments adding real charm to either an entire structure or a small feature.
As well as reduced labour costs, Tier has the advantage of producing less waste during construction and requires no maintenance after installation is complete. Whilst traditional stone walling can have up to 25% wastage, Tier has virtually none.
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