Everyone knows that Fusion Stone is a great solution for feature walls and accents. But it also has full credentials for mixing it up with the big boys and taking the cladding role for a large structure or complex like this apartment building.
Fusion Stone Dry-Stack was selected for this project for a variety of very good reasons. The first and most obvious is that it looks fantastic. The second is that it is economical, not only to purchase but also, and that brings us to reason number three, to install. With the patented, stainless steel clip and screw system Fusion Stone installation is quick and easy with just a few common tools.
The lifetime guarantee is another great reason to choose Fusion Stone. It is virtually maintenance-free and is an effective insulator to help keep things warm in the winter and cool in the summer. The product is also green-friendly as it supports the principles of LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) with raw materials, production, life cycle costing and performance.
For this project, the decision was wisely and creatively made to combine the two Dry-Stack colours, charcoal and caramel. This added real character to the overall visual impact of this building. These colour combinations work beautifully with the grey of the roof and 4th floor exterior cladding. The caramel element also works particularly well with the rusty orange of the balcony enclosures. Add in the high contrast white of balconies, windows and trim and the finished result is an eye-catching and desirable residence.
Big project or small, Fusion Stone is always in the game!
And remember, Fusion Stone is available in two distinct profiles and comes in multiple colours. It is maintenance-free, guaranteed for life, and available at over 1,500 building supply retailers across Canada.
Watch for our next feature project in June.