LEDGESTONE CLADDING

Stone Hub has consulted with leading landscape industry designers and contractors to produce the following LedgeStone cladding range suited to both modern and contemporary Australian landscapes. The tones allow blending with any other materials:

  • Hotham – A schist with uniform tonings of whitish grey and light beige that is versatile due to its neutral look
  • Otway – Split slate with charcoal and rust colouring to complement darker stone paving
  • Kakadu – A split slate similar to Otway but with softer more pastel tonings
  • Baw Baw – A split slate predominantly blue/grey with some minor soft rust colouring  
  • Thredbo – A blue/grey schist with subtle white banding

 

Experience the LedgeStone difference

These cladding tiles are split on the surface and sides, sawn on the bottom surface and then assembled as 600×200 interlocking z-tile panels, with a thickness of 20-40mm. This allows easy application with a suitable adhesive to the substrate and rapid installation.

For external corners the cladding is assembled as 600x200mm and a 300x200mm interlocking z-tile panels, with a thickness of 20-40mm. By alternating the sizes as you lay the corners a random appearance is created. The corners are similar to the flat panels, this allows easy application with a suitable adhesive to the substrate and rapid installation, and matching split face capping 600x300x40 can also be used to complete your wall.

Contact us for any help you need to get the Ledgestone cladding you want.

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