TORONTO, Feb. 12 /CNW/ - Jerry Lebiedzinski, President of Stone Selex
Inc., observes, "The current economic climate - reduced access to credit,
lower prices, and nervous investors - means builders must compete in a tough
buyer's market. It's essential to reduce costs wherever possible. Yet, home
buyers still demand top quality and enduring beauty."
"The popularity of brick and the convenience of vinyl siding has
inhibited creativity and led to a rash of new subdivisions filled with
repetitive designs that look as if they all came off the same assembly line,"
says Mr. Lebiedzinski.
Increasingly, builders are solving this dilemmas by taking advantage of
modern building materials like artificial stone veneer.
Using manufactured stone veneer makes possible fresh and innovative
designs, greater flexibility, and reduced costs, all adding up to the
ever-important curb appeal that attracts qualified buyers.
There is also the option to add stone veneer to popular traditional
materials like wood siding, stucco, and board-and-batten, giving your home a
custom-built look at affordable prices.
"Besides the lower cost of the product itself," explains Mr.
Lebiedzinski, "artificial stone veneer's light weight means a substantial
reduction in the cost of shipping, labour, and foundations and footings. At
our booth at the National Home Show we'll explain to builders and renovators
how they can achieve a savings of $1,700 to $4,000 on an average-sized
Stone Selex will occupy booth 2005 at the National Home Show from
February 20 to March 1, 2009, to be held at the Direct Energy Centre,
Exhibition Place, 100 Princes' Blvd., Toronto, Ontario. Visit Stone Selex at
www.stoneselex.com for the best options in manufactured stone veneer.
For further information:
For further information: Les Oleszko, (905) 672-2887