Masonry Building on reliability

Like a rock in the surf, solid and resilient, gneiss outlasts time. Its compressive strength is many times higher than that of concrete. In addition, natural stone can be used to create harmonious shapes so that the masonry can withstand not only the statics but also the aesthetics.

Limitless freedom Walls

Stone on stone, the individual layers join together to form a solid structure and are reminiscent of the mountain range from which the gneiss originates. The good splittability makes it possible for the stones to be adjusted to the desired thickness very easily, even directly on the construction site. Small masonry stones are especially suitable for fireplaces or pillars, while regular masonry stones are used for retaining, facing or dry stone walls.

Trustworthy basis Support walls

The strong material provides secure base for any form of construction. Large-format masonry blocks or medium to large-format blocks are ideal for support and embankment walls. Medium- to large-sized randomly shaped blocks are suitable for river embankments.

Shapely elements Ashlar stones

This natural product becomes a design element with its corners and edges. Whether as square blocks for support and embankment walls, for retaining walls in the garden or for seating blocks: The gneiss always proves the appropriate format.

Attractive eye catcher Facade cladding

Where the mountains take center stage, architectural dreams become reality. Small masonry units can be used to create special designs of fireplaces, pillars or wall cladding. In particular, sawed surfaces are easy to install and convince with a modern appearance.

Round finish Cover stones

Perfection shows in the detail. With gneiss, all shapes find perfection. Natural split or machined cover stones with various edge finishes are suitable for cladding walls, swimming pool edges or benches, as well as for protecting walls below.