Natural stone cladding applied to walls or masonry in terms of construction can be defined as traditional or contemporary. Traditional cladding is usually done by overlapping the cut pieces with cement mortar applied between one element and another. In construction, the traditional cladding system is used not only for buildings, but also for retaining walls and water works. Contemporary types of cladding use thinner stone elements that are applied to walls with adhesives or mechanical fixing systems.
Any type of stone can be used for cladding. The minimum thickness that you can obtain from a specific type of stone depends on the production process and the natural properties of the stone.
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