Corks largest Stone Cladding & Interiors Showroom Opening 26th September 2015



Deco Stones & Renovations is happy to announce the opening of a showroom in Ballincollig, Co.Cork, to accommodate the constantly expanding product offering, and also to better meet the needs of our clients.

The official opening starts on Saturday (26th September 2015) at 1 PM. We are going to celebrate the event by rewarding our regular and new clients – at the end of the day they are the centre of our business! This is why we have prepared lots of amazing special offers, big discounts, sweepstakes and competitions on our digital media channels (check out our amazing giveaways, cntests and coupons on Facebook).  There will also be great prizes available to lucky winners in the showroom on the day of the official opening , so make sure you put the date of 26th September into your diary and join us!

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New Product in stone collection – Exterior Stone California


Finally arrived !!!  California from STEGU  has extend our stone cladding collection. Unusual structure and unique coloration gives our stone   a realistic look of quarried stone. California creates an amazing play of lights and shadows, can be used inside to decorate fireplaces, feature walls or as stove backround. California is frost proof, heat resistant –  concrete based product and can be used outside as well. garden walls , house fronts .2 colour option available  in 2 colours dessert and grey.

 

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Artificial Stone Cladding vs Natural Stone#Cork#Dublin#Galway



The stone market is heating up now that Cultured Stone ( Artificial Stone)  have become the hot trend in hardscape design. This has driven a growing number of quarries to produce a thinner product for use both indoors and out to give  the  modern look of real stone construction for a fraction of the cost.

In the past, before this growth in the market, stone work on a home or landscape utilized mostly whole stone. Construction was a challenge with a material so heavy and costly to transport. This weight demanded much larger footings and thicker walls overall, taking up valuable space in smaller sites.

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