When your holiday home meets the above criteria, then you know you want to employ the best materials and workmanship and that's why this family chose to use the dynamic duo of Stone River Plastering and Hebel AAC Panel for the cladding of their Waikawa holiday retreat.
When it comes to cladding your home, you have many options and you may be familiar with the specifications or R-values of many types of cladding. If not, did you know that the Australian made Hebel PowerPanel System pictured above and completed in 75mm panels, delivers about 25% better thermal insulation than a vented AAC system and 31% better than brick veneer?
Environmentally friendly, Hebel products and systems are the sustainable choice. Independent testing shows that overall, Hebel has a 30% lower environmental impact than concrete or brick veneer.
Using over 60% less 'embodied energy', and producing at least 55% less greenhouse emissions than concrete or brick veneer, Hebel is the cleaner, greener choice. In addition to its green credentials, Hebel PowerPanel offers fast construction time, flexibility and lightweight attributes.
Stone River Plastering recommended and applied Dulux Acra-Tex Elastomeric paint over the textured plaster finish, as it provides the ultimate protection in the form of weatherproofing in high wind zones (like the hillsides of Waikawa Bay.) and anti-carbonation barrier control, which means it will resist cracking and stays cleaner for longer!
This build was a highlight for Stone River Plastering as it pushed the boundaries of design and innovation and the clients and builders demanded quality installation on a challenging sight which Cleavon and the team performed with ease.
The result speaks for itself and it stands alone as a grand example of the best plastering standards, both in manufacturing and workmanship, that you can get on the market today.