Most Durable Building Materials for Residential Construction

From: CADdetails

Building a home or any residential area requires careful planning and meticulous building. Different materials will yield different results. No matter what homeowners are looking for, materials like wood and stone have numerous possibilities — by themselves and by combining them. These are the five most durable building materials that have withstood the test of time.

STONE

While brick is strong, stone is a bit stronger. It’s another old material that has held its ground throughout the years. It’s a heavy-duty material that gives homes and residential areas a unique look. Plus, it will last for countless years — so the homeowner shouldn’t have to worry about issues arising.

Though stone stands out for its elegant appeal, it is expensive. The quarrying process involves excavating, moving and cutting, and these costs add up. Instead, more buildings have turned to synthetic stone in recent years. It has a similar look but is cheaper and lighter.

Regardless, stone doesn’t require mortar the way brick does. It still stands out as one of the most durable options.

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