Adal Stone - FAQs
What is Adal Stone made of?
Adal Stone's Super Thin Stone Veneers are thin slices of 100% natural stone.
What are the different types of Super Thin Stone Veneers available?
Adal Stone's veneer comes in three categories: Slim Cover, Flexi Face, and Light Wall, each with their own unique features.
- Slim Cover, our most popular category, is 1.5-2mm in thickness with a fiberglass backing.
- Flexi Face is ultra-thin at 0.5mm in thickness with a fabric backing, providing great flexibility and can be bent to any radius and folded to create square edges.
- Light Wall is 1.5-2mm in thickness and is translucent, allowing lights to shine through, creating a unique and beautiful effect.
Do thin stone veneers have uniform patterns?
Thin stone veneer patterns can vary from piece to piece, making each piece unique and adding to the natural beauty of the stone.
How are Adal Stone veneers installed?
Adal Stone veneers can be installed using adhesive. We recommend using Sikaflex adhesive brand.
Can Adal Stone veneers be used for outdoor applications?
Yes, Adal Stone veneers can be used for outdoor applications, such as exterior walls, chimneys, and fire pits. However, it is important to choose a stone that is suitable for outdoor use and to follow proper installation guidelines to ensure its longevity.
Are Adal Stone veneers durable?
Yes, Adal Stone venerers are durable and long-lasting. They are made from natural stone, which is known for its durability and resistance to wear and tear.
Can Adal Stone veneers be used in high-traffic areas?
Yes, Adal Stone veneers can be used in high-traffic areas, such as entryways, kitchens, and bathrooms. It is important to choose a stone that is suitable for high-traffic use and to follow proper installation guidelines to ensure its longevity.
Are Adal Stone veneers easy to maintain?
Yes, they are easy to maintain and clean. They can be wiped down with a damp cloth and mild soap, and they are also resistant to stains and scratches.
How can Adal Stone veneers be cut?
Adal Stone Veneers can be cut using a variety of tools, including a wet saw, tile saw, table saw, angle grinder, etc.