Earthen Plasters: A Timeless Solution for Sustainable and Aesthetic Wall Finishes
Posted by Jack Martin on May 31st, 2023
The global earthen plasters market size is estimated to grow from USD 86 million in 2021 to USD 103 million by 2026, at a CAGR of 3.5% during the forecast period. The driving factors for the earthen plasters market is the advantages of clay plasters over other natural plasters, the growth in industrial, commercial & residential construction activities. Thus, this driving factor is boosting the demand for the earthen plasters market.
In addition, earthen plasters are also becoming increasingly popular in the construction of green buildings. They can help reduce energy costs associated with heating and cooling while providing superior insulation and fire resistance. As such, they are becoming an important part of sustainable building design, and are increasingly being specified by architects and builders.
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Earthen plasters are a type of natural wall finish typically made from a combination of clay, sand, and other natural ingredients, such as straw, wood flour, and natural fibers. They are used as an alternative to traditional cement- or lime-based plasters, offering a more breathable and natural finish. Earthen plasters are a more sustainable building material, as they do not require the energy-intensive production or transportation process of traditional plasters. They are most used on interior walls, ceilings, and other surfaces, and can also be used to finish exterior walls.
American Clay Enterprises LLC (US), Clayworks (India), Claytech Baustoffe Aus Lehm (UK), Conluto (Germany) and Clay.lt (Lithuania), among others, are the leading earthen plasters manufacturers, globally. These companies have done numerous projects across the globe to earn a competitive advantage in the earthen plasters market.
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