JOINTING TECHNIQUES

If you want to create a traditional, historical or modern texture, your jointing technique will be as effective as the stone you choose. In general practice, jointing mortar should be carefully filled between stones and not allowed to smear onto the visible surfaces of the stone.However, during jointing, you may create very different effects from the same product by using the following techniques.

If you want to create a traditional, historical or modern texture, your jointing technique will be as effective as the stone you choose. In general practice, jointing mortar should be carefully filled between stones and not allowed to smear onto the visible surfaces of the stone.However, during jointing, you may create very different effects from the same product by using the following techniques.

  • STANDARD JOINTING  <br>(BEIGE)

    STANDARD JOINTING
    (BEIGE)

    The jointing technique applied without any procedure.

  • STANDARD JOINTING (BROWN)

    STANDARD JOINTING (BROWN)

    The jointing technique applied without any procedure.

  • STANDARD JOINTING  (GRAY)

    STANDARD JOINTING  (GRAY)

    The jointing technique applied without any procedure.

  • VINE SCRATCH JOINTING  <br>(GRAY)

    VINE SCRATCH JOINTING 
    (GRAY)

    The technique is given this name because it is applied by scratching the surface of the joint with sticks from vine pruning. It can also be done with a thick nail. 

  • EXCESSIVE JOINTING  <br>(BEIGE)

    EXCESSIVE JOINTING
    (BEIGE)

    When the jointing filling surpasses even the brick surface at some points, it makes the joints look wider and feels like a texture from ancient times. 

  • CREAM FILLING  <br>(BEIGE)

    CREAM FILLING
    (BEIGE)

    Cream filling jointing application. In this technique, more than adequate jointing mortar is filled between bricks like cream by using jointing bags. A very unique view is created. 

  • SQUEEZED JOINTING <br>(GRAY)

    SQUEEZED JOINTING
    (GRAY)

    A very effective and dynamic technique. This mortar colored by using more than adequate jointing mortar brims over the joint spaces. In this technique, joint space should be closer than standard space.