Read this to learn all you need to know about the best way to lay a Natural Stone Pation. These recommendations apply for all our Sandstone paving products. Please read through before starting your project, as there are some points that only apply to certain products.
Tundra Handcut Limestone Paving is used here for this superb patio
La Roche Acid Etched Limestone Paving is used here in this paving project
As a customer how do you decide whether to buy calibrated paving slabs or invest in thicker slabs which will cost slightly more?
Over the last decade natural sandstone paving has become increasingly popular as a landscaping material in the UK, and there seems to be a lot of choice out there.
Most of this product comes from India. There are now thousands of different suppliers across the UK and to most consumers they all appear to be selling a very similar product. The most popular products you will be offered are Raj Green and Fossil Mint Sandstone, plus there are a number of other colours less well known such as Kandla Grey, Modak, Cathedral, Mellow Yellow, Buff and Black (They are known by various different names given to them by different retailers). However, not many of these suppliers have any control over the quality or ethicality of their supplies.
How do you choose the right stone for your project?
A landscaping project using our Tumbled Raj Green Sandstone paving. The customer required many elements of the work to be cut to fit the design, such as the many curves on the patio and steps.