When we build sand castles in our childhood, the ability to create is formed in the subconscious, we learn to create something of our own. And when we become adults, we want to build our own house, our hearth, where we live together with our family, with our children.

When we finish building finishing works require us to have special skills, skills and taste.

Being not specialists in this field, we find it difficult to choose one or another construction material.

Let us dwell on some of these materials.

The building is built. Plastered. Now there were final, finishing works.

Which way of finishing the facade is better to choose?

The facade of the building is constantly exposed to heat, cold, snow, rain and other unfavorable weather phenomena. Therefore, it is necessary to pay sufficient attention to this part of the structure.

The first way - plastered, applied a primer and painted with some paint like the color we liked.

What benefits will we derive from this?
- less expense for decoration;
- after finishing the facade of the building will acquire a pleasant appearance.

What are the disadvantages:
- such a coating will not last long against the above-mentioned impacts;
- after a short period of time, the color of the facade will fade;
- will need a second painting after a certain period of time, (about a year and a half).

There is another way - after the preparation of the surface to coat it with different plates (marble, granite, etc., etc.).

What will this give us?
- in this case the façade of the building will not lose its pristine beauty for a long time;
- the building will acquire a beautiful and respectable appearance.

The main disadvantage of this surface is its cost:
- the cost of the material is much higher than other materials used in finishing the facade;
- the cost of facade facing by stone and other similar slabs is also quite high;

There is also another way of finishing the facade of the building, which combines all the positive aspects of both types of finishes that we listed.

Let’s try to analyze them a little.

The first is the kind of plaster on a mineral basis, which is popularly known as “mineral water”.

This liquid solution is made from specially selected rock, crushed to the desired micron size.

After applying such plaster to the surface of the building, the facade becomes velvety, it will look very solid and beautiful.

This plaster can be washed under pressure. We produce more than 20 types of plaster on a mineral basis. More information is available in our photo gallery.

A feature of this plaster is its sufficient capriciousness during application. And this requires the master to have the necessary experience and skills.

The cost of this plaster and the cost of the service for its application is slightly higher than the plaster of the next generation, which we present to your attention.

This is a decorative plaster based on travertine. This plaster is easily applied to the surface. From it on the surface you can make any texture and any drawing. She will not lose her pristine appearance for a long time.

Very resistant to external influences.

Further, we will try to talk more about it.

What is TRAVERTINE?

Travertine from the Italian travertino, in Latin lapis tiburtinus - Tiburian stone - polycrystalline brittle fine-grained homogeneous rock formed by calcium carbonate minerals, calcareous deposits of carbonic sources. It is grinded and polished. Travertine is used in construction when decorating the exterior and interior surfaces of buildings. Currently the use of decorative plaster based on travertine is becoming popular, in view of its ease of application, beautiful appearance, and rather low cost as when applied also in the manufacture. Such decorative plaster consists of almost 90 percent of travertine.

Decorative plaster based on travertine after application does not crack, moisture resistant, very resistant to low and high weather temperature. Such plaster can be used when decorating the external and internal surfaces of buildings and give them a modern and beautiful appearance. To increase the service life of this decorative plaster and to ensure durability when applied to any surface, our specialists have developed a special application technology. Currently, we produce more than 15 types of this product. The use of natural dyes ensures the durability of each species. Decorative plaster based on travertine is not toxic, it does not emit toxic gases when drying out, it is environmentally friendly.

What else do we need to know about decorative plaster based on travertine?

Application conditions:

Application temperature from +5 to +50° C. Do not allow sand, stones or other hardened solution residues to enter the solution. In case of contact with eyes or skin, immediately wash with water, since after drying it is difficult to wash the remaining solution.

How to treat the plaster:

Decorative plaster based on travertine does not require special care. After drying, it can be washed with water under pressure.

Storage conditions:

Decorative plaster is stored in the original packaging at temperatures from +5° to +25° C from 6 to 12 months. After opening the package, the plaster should be used within 30 days. Do not freeze the solution and store it at a temperature below 0° C.

Strong, Durable, Modern