PIETRAECO is laid in a revolutionary new way: it's simpler, innovation and sustainable. Far lighter than natural stone, PIETRAECO manufactured stone is much easier and quicker to handle, carry and lay. When you choose PIETRAECO manufactured stone, you improve the comfort and energy efficiency of a building, as laying on thermal insulation cuts fuel consumption, making it more environmentally friendly.
Compatible with conventional laying techniques, the PIETRAECO system can be used for both new buildings and when renovating/restructuring existing buildings in order to improve their energy efficiency.
PIETRAECO manufactured stone is ideal for thermal insulation, offering many different benefits. PIETRAECO stone guarantees top quality laying for superior EIFS cladding, and so has been chosen by many leading names in the market, such as Weber, Röfix, Mapei, IVAS and Greutol.
These partners offer a wealth of high tech products suitable for use with PIETRAECO stone cladding products, resulting in thermal insulation of exceptional quality when it comes to aesthetics, reliability and sustainability.
As well as the above laying method, proper grouting is essential. The grout colour, joint quality and different techniques used are particularly important and can significantly affect the final look.
ECOSTUCCO expands the possibilities of using grouting to produce a particular finish, thanks to the way it is manufactured. We can produce any type of finish: from ultra smooth, even grouting to far rougher finishes, typical of old natural mortars. Manufacturing times are essential when it comes to choosing surface roughness.
DRY JOINT / RETOUCH
PIETRAECO single manufactured stones are laid next to each other. Grout any open cracks/gaps with ECOSTUCCO.
Apply a 2-3 cm layer of grout, to suit the stone. Leave the last centimetre empty and then pull the grout across to finish.
In this case, the joints are completely filled with grout. The grout is then pulled across with small trowels.
Here the joints are completely filled with grout which is then pressed into the joints after 20 minutes using a round profile trowel, with the mortar near and on the surface of the stone.