What are the key points for splicing garden landscape ground and facade stone?

The application of stone is very common in outdoor garden and courtyard landscapes. As the saying goes, details can be seen in the true chapter. The exquisite treatment of garden stone details can also add or subtract points to the beauty of stone. Although natural stone is bulky and clumsy, designers and processing and installation personnel can exert the natural characteristics of stone to the extreme by carefully controlling all aspects.

Key Points for Splicing Ground and Facade Stones

① Ground and facade stone walls:

▼ The facade stone should be covered with the ground stone to ensure that there will be no problem of exposed joints or mortar in the later stage, and the facade stone should be 10mm above the ground to reduce the pollution of the stone in the later stage. (PS: If the stone size is large and the thickness is greater than 30, this type of treatment is not suitable.)

② Ground stone and rough stone or drywall facade:

▼ It is best to connect rough stone walls or dry wall facades with green belts. If it is necessary to directly connect with ground stone paving, it is recommended to use gravel or other granular stone strips for transitional edge trimming before connecting with stone paving. Because rough stone walls or dry masonry walls are not easy to fully engage with the ground stones, they are prone to leakage and mortar leakage, especially in irregular paving areas.

③ Ground and painted walls:

▼ Add stone baseboard to prevent rainwater pollution and moisture return.

④ Steps and side elevations:

▼ When the step tread is connected to the side wall, the wall stone should be perpendicular to the top of the wall or perpendicular to the tread, and should be treated as close as possible to the tread. If the side wall is a scenic wall, the second method should be used.

⑤ Step corner:

▼ If the tread or riser of the step is made of irregular stone, the corner should be spliced at a 45 ° angle.

When vertically connected, the anti slip strips of the steps cannot be connected at the corners.

When the chamfer of the steps is in a vertical collision, it cannot fully fit and the effect is poor.

⑥ Details of drainage stone at both ends of the steps:

▼ This type of situation often occurs in places with multiple steps and flower beds or low walls at both ends. This situation generally requires adding a smooth stone guide channel between the step tread and the side low wall. To ensure that rainwater can be drained as soon as possible to reduce wall pollution.

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