Traditional and Engineered Cast Stone Cladding

We have a wide range of both traditional and engineered cast stone cladding to add depth to any space in or around your home. With over 25 years in the business, we listen to what our customers want and develop our cast stone cladding materials around these preferences.

Cast stone cladding is both a protective and decorative option and is used to create a desired textured appearance on any interior or exterior space. Interior stone cladding brings a level of sophistication, style and depth to a room that is unmatched.

We have over 13 colours to choose from as well as a variety of shapes and sizes. Cast stone cladding does not trap heat in summer and protects against elements such as rainwater, UV rays and airborne toxins.


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Traditional

For a more classic and textured cast stone cladding appearance, the Traditional range is exactly what you’re looking for. This extensive range has a variety of shades and styles to suit any room aesthetic.  

Saxon Split Cladding
York 5 Cladding
Ravine Split
Viking Cladding
Viking Country
Devon Pebble
Viking Split
Ridgestone Random
Worcester Split
Viking Random
Ridgestone Cladding 12 Size
Ridgestone Brick
Kent Brick

Engineered

Engineered cast stone cladding is perfect for when you are looking to replicate a material such as brick or wood but with a sturdier and more durable material. Our engineered cast stone cladding products are designed to withstand harsh elements.

Through constant research and development, this range keeps up with the modern trends of the design industry.

Klompie Cladding
Oxford Wood Tile Cladding
Revelstone Grey Logo
Off Shutter Cladding

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4 Tips for Cast Stone Cladding

The 4 Ds of Cast Stone Cladding

When installing cladding, remember the 4 Ds – Deflection, Drainage, Drying and Durability. The more a wall is exposed to water, the higher the risk of water penetration. Cladding is a perfect solution as it deflects water away from critical areas.

If water penetrates the exterior cladding, this could be a sign of poor design. Cladding should be built in a way that it drains water out immediately.

If cladding has been installed with wall cavities this will allow air to filter through and dry out any damp areas.

Cladding, especially brick cladding is very durable and weather-tight.

The advantages of Stone Cladding

Cast stone cladding will make your house more attractive to potential buyers if you are looking to sell or even rent out your property. Cast stone cladding can also make your garden look more attractive and will neaten up your flower beds.

While cast stone cladding is usually installed for aesthetic and decorative purposes, it is also very insulating and can stop rooms from losing heat in the winter.

Cladding is extremely resilient and can be used on both the exterior and interior of a building. Best of all, it gives depth and ‘cosiness’ to a room that is hard to replicate with any other material.

Fix Leaky Building Syndrome homes

If your house struggles with damp, you should look into installing stone cladding and eaves as a remedy. Leaky Building Syndrome occurs when the design of your house is incorrectly configured for adequate water tightness.

Signs of Leaky Building Syndrome include high moisture readings, bubbles in paint caused by water penetration behind the plaster and waterlogged cladding that causes moisture to soak into the bottom plates.

The correct installation of cladding and eaves will keep your house watertight. It will also allow adequate air ventilation in order to dry out the wall cavity.

Maintaining your Cladding

When it comes to upkeep on your painted cladding there are no real rules. Maintenance will depend entirely on the location of the cladding, how the cladding has been installed and fitted and the type of coating that has been applied.

If you have installed vacuumed coated cladding (VCC) it should last longer than hand painted cladding. This is because the regulated consistency of VCC achieves more than a 90 micron thickness.

While Revelstone’s stone cladding materials are made to last, maintenance of your cladding should be an ongoing process.