Olkaria - Reconstructed stone facings

The Pietre d'Arredo finishing elements are made using special binding materials, natural lightweight aggregate, alongside colouring pigments that are highly resistant to UV rays and additives, which render the product incredibly resistant to atmospheric agents.

WHY CHOOSE PIETRE D’ARREDO?
The innovative manufacturing technique allows for minimum waste and the accurate definition of surfaces makes it a perfect substitute for natural stone, limiting extraction from the quarry, thus respecting and protecting the environment. It protects the building enclosure from weather conditions and fortifies thermal insulation systems, thus improving living comfort. It facilitates application because of its light weight.

USES
Identical, aesthetically speaking, to their natural counterparts, the Pietre d'Arredo finishing elements can be used for new projects as well as in the re-qualification of older buildings being restructured. As a result of their versatility, they can be used to clad both internal and external walls, retaining walls, columns, fireplaces, wainscoting, etc.

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