Limestone is widely used as building materials and limestone is widely distributed in China. China is one of the countries with rich limestone resources in the world. Limestone is well used in building houses and decoration. Limestone can also be used to build the floor and exterior walls of houses. Warm colors, gentle texture and natural appearance make limestone an ideal material for all types of decoration. Whether it is to decorate bricks or other materials, or to maintain the harmony of the surrounding environment, the natural appearance of limestone enhances the aesthetics of the building.
If you want to be able to inherit several generations of buildings, the building stone is naturally the choice of limestone. Many universities universities are proud of their centuries-old limestone architecture. When they build new buildings, they continue to use this ancient materials to match existing buildings and maintain campus consistency. Many buildings have a long history of using limestone. From private residences to public schools, churches, courts, museums, etc., various monuments also use limestone as the preferred building material. At the time of expansion, limestone can be well matched with the original stone. Another excellent example was the National Cathedral of Washington, built in 1907 and completed in 1990. The National Cathedral and many other buildings fully demonstrate that limestone can last for hundreds of years and will continue to serve future generations.
Whether it's using limestone to modify bricks (window, roof, cobblestone, etc.), or trimming or using limestone, warm tones, plus ease of deformability and durability, making it the architect and owner select. Limestone can be cut and engraved into a variety of shapes and sizes. Therefore, it can be sawed, can be planed, can be turned or hand-crafted to meet the requirements of architectural design. Limestone application varies from simple trims, bedding materials to landscape architecture, bridges, and cathedral buildings.