By . Architecture. Published at Tuesday, January 09th, 2018 - 10:28:34 AM.
Andesite stone is the hardest stone among other commonly used natural stone. Andesite rocks also have small porosity levels because of their porous meetings. This type of stone comes from a volcano and has some recognizable features, which are gray or black. This type of stone has long been used as a building material. The nature of rock solid and resistant to weather and moss, making this stone a favorite to beautify a building and suitable for use in all spaces.
Natural stone is one of the materials that many people use as building materials, especially for the final settlement process. The natural impression and decorative appearance is one of the reasons natural stone becomes so popular. The diversity of the types and the way of installation that is able to produce various patterns and appearance make natural stone as a compulsory element in the construction of a house, ranging from parks, fences, even bathrooms.
In the market, slate is better known as stone times. In addition to very strong for the foundation, this type of rock can be split into thin slabs for wall and floor coatings. The application of this slate is mostly used for the exterior such as walls, fences, ponds, pillars and dry garden.
Layers of plywood or so called veneers, are glued together with a grain angle adjusted to create stronger results. Usually this layer is stacked in an odd number to prevent the occurrence of warping and can create a balanced construction. An even layer can produce boards that are unstable and easily distorted. Currently plywood has been available in various thicknesses, ranging from 0.8 mm to 25 mm with different quality levels.
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