Why Natural Stone Installing Costs So much More Expensive Than Manufactured Stone?

As we know natural stone have always been popular with home decoration buyers because it gives a feeling of safety and security to a house. It’s made out of stone so it will be around a long time and stand up to almost anything that’s thrown at it anyway. Since natural stone add so much.. read more →

LOPO Terracotta Will Attend 2015 MosBuild

Dear Friends, It’s a great honor to inform you that we’ll attend 2015 Moscow MosBuild Fair on Apr. 14th – 17th, 2015. By that time, the best selling products –Terracotta Panels & Terracotta Louvers, Clinker Tiles etc. will be shown to the honorable customers . LOPO Corporation has been the most professional manufacture in Asia, which.. read more →

14 Feb 2015
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Introduction About Faux Brick

There is no doubt that brick is a beautiful building material. It has a natural, timeless, and elegant appeal which is hard to find in other building materials. Whether building a new home, or redecorating an old one, you can be sure that integrating brick into your home design will not let you down. With.. read more →

Get Architectural Advantages with Culture Stone Cladding from Leiyuan

Leiyuan Culture stone cladding add timeless beauty to your home or business. Cultured stone manufacturer– China Leiyuan – provides exciting, innovative, china-made design solutions for the interior or exterior of your home, with stacked culture stone cladding that are suitable for any atmosphere, whether it’s outside your office or inside your home. Their detailed design and.. read more →

26 Jan 2015
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Beautify the Outside of Your House with Building Culture Stone Design

The exterior of a house is perhaps its most important feature. Not only does it curb appeal but is also a statement of the own, social status, personal taste, and lifestyle. This is why it is essential to choose the right architectural stone design and building materials when constructing a new home or renovating and.. read more →

New Interior Design Trends In Manufactured Culture Stone

In today’s busy, hectic world, your home is your castle – a place to forget the city’s flashing lights and blaring horns. To truly escape, we often transform our homes with natural surroundings to create a peaceful, relaxing and soothing environment. But how do we do that? Our parents’ generation perfected their garden and shrubs… read more →

Using Leiyuan Manufactured Culture Stone for Commercial Projects

Manufactured culture stone offers many features that real stone can’t, and if taken advantage of it can make a big difference in the success of your next construction job.  If you are familiar with using natural stone in a lot of your projects, maybe reading a little bit about the great benefits of culture stone will.. read more →

05 Jan 2015
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History of Stone Veneer

Stone veneer is used as a protective and decorative covering for exterior or interior horizontal walls and surfaces. The veneer is typically 1 inch thick and must weigh less than 15 pounds per square foot (73 kg/m2) so that no additional structural supports will be required. Manufactured stone veneer is a decorative building material manufactured to replicate the look.. read more →

Applications Of Manufactured Stone

Manufactured Stone is suitable for bars, villas, restaurants and other high-end architectural spaces achieve the antique effect, because of its rich colors, shapes and aesthetic features, the building is widely used, especially in the villa building plays an important effect. Exterior: garden fences, columns, paths, bridges, public signs, etc.; Interior: backdrop, stove, TV wall, corridor,.. read more →

Why Use Thin Cultural Stone?

We start with the same signature blend of stone. However, Thin cultural stone allows natural stone to be used in applications that do not incorporate a concrete footing to support the weight of traditional full thickness masonry stone. Thin cultured stone veneer is often chosen for renovations on the siding of an existing wooden building, stone.. read more →

15 Dec 2014
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