If you are considering a major remodel or an addition, then you should strongly consider using stonemasonry in your construction project. Stonemasonry brings a number of benefits to the table.
Any building or structure can benefit from the timeless, beautify of stonemasonry. You can choose from a variety of colors, shapes and designs to fit your personal taste. Stonemasonry provides a classic and sophisticated look that is always a great choice for any construction project.
The durability of stonemasonry means that it requires very little upkeep. Unlike other building materials, there’s no worry of rusting with stone and no need to restain or repaint as time goes on. Any repairs that your stonemasonry building or structure might need are usually minimal, and replacements are even more rare. You’ll cut down on waste and energy, and help out the environment.
Although stonemasonry is a big investment up front, you will save a lot of money over time. Since stone is durable and needs little to no maintenance, you will save money on repairs. In many cases, you may even decrease your insurance costs with stonemasonry as well. For buildings, you can use the combined benefit of stone and quality insulation to dramatically reduce your energy bills.
One very overlooked benefit of stonemasonry is it’s safety. It holds up in extreme temperatures, making it ideal for fireplaces and chimneys. And the strength of stonemasonry also withstands severe weather. For these reasons, you can easily negotiate for lower insurance rates with stonemasonry.
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