Give Your House a New Look With Neolith

Give Your House a New Look With Neolith

August 02, 2017

 Neolith is perfect for sleek and modern home exteriors. 
Neolith surfacing is not only great looking, but it will also stand up to the elements outside, looking great for years to come. 

Neolith has revolutionized the cladding industry. But this durable material isn’t reserved exclusively for the commercial building sector. Neolith  is a fantastic material to use on residential facades, too. It’s an incredibly durable surface that will stand up to the elements. And best of all, Neolith is easy to maintain. 

Especially great for creating sleek, modern exteriors, Neolith is strong, efficient, practical, and versatile. Neolith slabs are resistant to extreme hot and cold weather conditions, making them perfect for homes here in New England that experience the freezing and thawing of the seasons. Neolith Slabs will stand up to UV rays. Because Neolith is UV stable, colors won’t fade after spending time in the sun, making a Neolith façade look as great years in the future as it does today.  It’s also resistant to water, chemicals, abrasion, and fire. In fact, Neolith does not emit toxic fumes into the environment, even when exposed to fire or extremely high temperatures. 

Neolith is made of all natural materials including natural clay, feldspar, silica, and mineral oxides. It is 100-percent recyclable and uses less raw materials than other product categories on the market. 

Another advantage of Neolith is its size. Slabs come in very large, extremely thin panels, making it a perfect choice where long stretches of surfacing are required. Neolith  comes in sheets as thin as 3-millimeters and in sheets as big as up to 144-inches by 48-inches in length. This makes Neolith ideal for creating facades with few seams or joints. Because Neolith is so slim, it can be applied directly onto existing surfaces, saving remodelers from costly tear-outs—and also reducing landfill waste. 

Though Neolith makes a fantastic outdoor cladding material, it’s also great indoors too. Neolith is a great surface for countertops, vanities, flooring, veneers, and more. Want to learn more about Neolith? Visit us at Marble & Granite, Inc.  Our stone and surfacing experts can show you the variety of colors and textures available. From surfaces that mimic the look of marble, wood, and iron to colorful options meant to stand out, there’s sure to be a Neolith surface ideal for your project. 


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