Limestone is a type of rock that forms over many years in oceans or river beds.
The half, which is not entirely lime, is filled with crystalline and eroded fragments by ocean waters. It contains rock and fossil deposits under the influence of the tides.

Limestone Usage Areas

Limestone in buildings used as exterior façades has a permeable and porous structure. It is mostly used on ventilated surfaces. Since its thermal conductivity is low due to its perforated structure, it acts as an insulator. It is used in many different building coatings. We see that limestone is used in many sectors in public buildings, individual housing areas. Although it is widely used as an exterior facade, it is also suitable for interior use.

It is mostly used as a facade cladding, it can be on the inside or on the outside. Due to its different texture and structure, it can enrich a dead area by adding difference, adding difference and causing that area to be evaluated well.

Pros of Using Limestone

Clean appearance: If you want to maintain a clean and stylish appearance in your building, limestone is the crown jewel. Despite all the pollution, you can make the area look clean with a few small innovations thanks to the limestone. It provides a long-lasting ease of use as it is durable even in adverse weather conditions.

Appealing to the eye: Although the color scale is not very wide, it adapts to every layer of style and taste with its soft colors. You can achieve a marginal look with light beige, pure white and light brown tones. Thanks to its matte appearance, it has a distinctive structure even with dark materials.
Fireproof: When you throw the limestone into the flame, it does not emit toxic fumes. You can use it in your buildings with peace of mind.

Comfortable use: Since it is a natural raw material, it is very easy to use and clean. You can use it in any area you want while designing your projects. We are honored to give you the best service with our experts in the field of coating. Let’s contact us from our contact addresses and determine the building block of your project together with our rich staff.

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