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In order to protect people and buildings, StonePly-designed, blast-resistant stone claddings can survive blast events from many sources. See how it works here.
Sometimes accidents happen and, as strong as StonePly is, minor cracks can occur from impacts and weather. Learn how to repair minor fractures on StonePly.
Here is our manual on keeping your StonePly panels clean during and after construction. Read about how to clean panels in an environmentally responsible way.
One of the advantages StonePly has over solid stones is the usual absence of efflorescence. Read about how our panels avoid the sight of efflorescence here.
Being environmentally responsible is not only good for us, but is also good for business, our clients and suppliers. Read about our support for green.
Unlike common stone cladding, StonePly is flame-resistant and does not pose a safety hazard in a fire. Learn more about how StonePly makes everyone safer here.
To help reduce the level of harmful substances indoors, StonePly suggests these green practices. Learn more about the eco-friendly cleaners StonePly recommends.
While StonePly is able to flex, joints should be used to allow for movement. Read more about which sealants you can use for joints between StonePly panels.
StonePly is highly committed to helping architects achieve LEED certification. Find out how StonePly can contribute up to 27 points with its green composition.
StonePly offers lightweight, strong, flexible and safe stone cladding. Read how our panels are able to flex with the structure in a seismic event here.
Although light in weight, a StonePly panel offers 60 times the strength of a granite panel that can withstand severe weather. Find more of its advantages here.
StonePly panels are made of natural stones, porous by nature, and can easily absorb stains. Learn how to remove any stain with ease by using a poultice here.
Thermal hysteresis is common among certain solid stone, thin-veneer marbles. Read about why StonePly does not suffer from the effects of thermal hysteresis.
StonePly is impermeable to moisture but if necessary, a water repellent can be used for cosmetic reasons. Learn about factory and field-applied repellent here.
Though thin and lightweight, StonePly panels can win out hurricanes, tropical storms, tornadoes and missile impacts. Read our solution to high wind loads here.