Most of us live in timber-frame houses with internal dry walls that can be painted, tiled, or finished with wallpaper. The decorative options are huge, but many of us yearn for walls that have been constructed using stone or brick that look a lot more earthy and substantial than the walls we have grown used to.
The fact that most of us can’t build either dry wall structures or those constructed from stone, blocks, bricks and mortar, is irrelevant. Once we have a home, we can bring in skilled artisans to build brick or stone veneers, or even build additional walls using brick, blocks, or stone. Or we can turn to revolutionary 21st-century alternatives like Go-Brick that enable us to install cladding more quickly than artisans can assemble their tools!
If you live in a timber-frame house and want brick walls, Go-Brick is likely to be your solution.
How is Go-Brick Different to Brickwork?
In normal circumstances, we use bricks and mortar to build walls. This involves solid bricklaying skills and a basic knowledge of the materials required. But there are easier ways to achieve an effect that looks just like brick. The best is a product manufactured by Native Custom Stone, a Georgia-based company that specializes in manufactured stone and brick veneer.
Made to look exactly like a brick wall, Go-Brick is a thin veneer that can be installed on most vertical wall surfaces. The process involved is even easier than tiling and all you need to do is ensure the “brick” elements are level when they are installed.
Go-Brick’s specifications include seven different colors all of which have a standard grout joint width of 3/8 inch. The depth of the joint is variable and may be full brushed, full tooled, or deep raked. There are also several joint colors including off-white, natural grey, and buff. Accessories include window sills and elements for electric and light points.
If you would like to know more about the products that Native Custom Stone manufacturers, especially Go-Stone contact us today. Our products are equally suited to professionals and DIYers.