Marmoroc façade price
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Price is one of the most important considerations when choosing a façade cladding, but it is certainly even more important that wrong actions do not put your house in a “plastic bag” without giving moisture a chance to escape.
Examples of such mistakes can be found in our more developed neighbours’, the Finns’, buildings; the current damage is estimated in the billions of euros.
People have contracted allergic diseases due to moisture and damage to wall structures, as well as mould and fungi inside. A good recipe for what to do with such damaged walls may not have been invented yet.
So before you make your decision based on price alone, make sure you read:
What the price of marmoroc façade depends on
How big is the surface of the façade? It is necessary to know the net area of the house, i.e. square meters, from which the sizes of openings (doors, windows) have been deducted. If you have any difficulties, you can send us drawings or call Marmoroc specialists to help you with this.
Colour. As Marmoroc is made from natural materials, a pigment must be added to obtain different colours. Similarly in colour shops, coloured tones are more expensive than white; the same goes for Marmoroc. Samples of stone tones can be viewed and studied in more detail in our offices in Rapla and Tallinn. If it is not possible to come to an office, we can send the stone samples to a suitable parcel machine.
Insulation layer thickness and quality class of the selected wool. We recommend and have also used Isover’s high-quality wall wool KL-35 and KL-33. We do not recommend the use of “penol-like” insulators, because then one of Marmoroc’s great advantages would be lost – façade “breathing”.
Partially impregnated wooden pile or metal pile. So far, we have always used a metal strip to cover nine-story houses, because fire safety requirements in this case require additional impregnation, which makes the prices practically equal.
VAT is excluded from the price.
What our clients are saying
Our house was renovated in 2016-2017. When choosing the exterior finish, we looked at both plaster and tile finishes. We discussed and considered until Marmoroc ads reached us. Marmoroc - strong, weather-resistant, and virtually maintenance-free, all for a very long time. The neighbouring house became our reference point - truth meets the eye and, in addition to the above, we saw from this house that this stone is also very beautiful. About the slogans - it's too early to tell, but for now we're happy.
Our first goal was to get acquainted with the company's background, search for objects insulated by you, and get feedback from the owners of the objects about both the work done and the company's executive board.
As the answers received from all objects were very positive, our Management Board made a definite decision to choose EREK OÜ for façade heat insulation.
This choice was very right: a brigade of good workers worked on the site, work went smoothly, and the construction site had constant company control; a review of the work was done and the construction contract’s terms were met.
The right façade’s heat insulation together with the replacement of the old heating system reduced heating costs by 50%. This is a very good result.
Both the executive board and residents of the house are very satisfied with the decision made so far.
Over time, my plastic façade had gathered all sorts of "green" and looked dirty and ugly. Here and there, as a result of different human activities, there were holes in the walls that could not be patched up, and the replacement of the whole panel required the dismantling of the wall with the hole.
Over the course of ten years, Marmoroc has also collected "green" on itself and in the joints, but unlike plastic, Marmoroc does not look dirty and ugly and has retained its original nice appearance.
In addition, replacing a broken Marmoroc stone is simple and only takes few minutes.
At the beginning of 2012, we drove around keeping in mind the renovation plan and looked more closely at renovated houses to find out the pros and cons. The result was dissatisfaction.
After a few years, paint on plastered houses fades, and cracks, there is water and vandalism damage, etc. The conclusion is that the need for maintenance arises relatively quickly and requires new money. The repayment of a loan related to renovations will take 15-20 years. An additional loan for residents would be too much.
In the magazine "Elamu", I guess in a 2011 issue, there was a long and thorough article on the Marmoroc façade stone, and it attracted attention.
Really it was the best solution. The stone is beautiful and colourful, and the colour range is big; it is durable, does not require any maintenance and additional financing, and lasts for decades. If something happens to a stone, replacing it with a new one is a breeze and does not take even a minute. Our house’s façade was completed in 2012 around Christmas, and I have so far replaced 4-5 stones.
We were so-called “first-timers” in Viljandi at that time, but now there are already 10 apartment buildings with Marmoroc cladding - each more beautiful than the last.
Valentina ValtsonKÜ juhataja
Who is marmoroc suitable for?
In the early days, Marmoroc gained popularity with head insulation of façades in private houses. In Estonia, the first heat insulation and covering of façades with Marmoroc was in Rocca Al Mare during the Soviet Era.
Kõige vanem Marmorociga kaetud maja on juba üle 40 aastat vana ja seda ilma regulaarse hoolduseta. Meie kogemus näitab, et kompleksse lahendusega on 40% kokkuhoid küttekuludelt reaalselt saavutatav.