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Why Indian Sandstone Paving Lasts

Looking to decorate your patio without breaking the bank? You’ve come to the right place.

Indian sandstone paving has become one of the most popular choices in durable, all-natural exterior design. Unlike other methods of paving, sandstone is built to last – to age gracefully and weather everything from storms to erosion to several generations of guests. You don’t have to worry about unsightly cracks and cement leaks, not with sandstone paving. It’s made to endure, and to compliment your home or office building without the upkeep typically required by other paving materials. Read more
Sandstone and Limestone paving

Which Type Of Paving Stone Should You Use For Your Patio Or Driveway?

A variety of natural stone paving products work wonderfully in outdoor features like patios and driveways. Whether it’s a cobbled granite drive that looks as if it’s been in place for centuries or a contemporary sandstone paving design, your options for materials, patterns and styles are virtually limitless. Determining the type of stone best for you depends on the specific application, as well as your personal aesthetic and budget. Read more
Black Limestone Paving

Tips On How To Clean Your Natural Stone

Keep your natural stone paving looking its best by keeping it well maintained. If it starts to get overrun with weeds, moss, marks & stains and if they are left to settle in, then the stone will begin to get stained and damage will start to set it. When cleaning your stone paving be careful of the products you use, as some common cleaning methods or products may not be suitable and may mark or stain your paving slabs or your stone paving driveway. Read more
Sandstone Paving

Stone Paving Ideas To Enhance Your Outdoor Space – Patios, Walkways, Edging For Paths & Flower Beds

One of the great joys of home ownership is the opportunity to enjoy the beauty of nature in your own backyard or garden. Hardscape features like patios, walkways and retaining walls help tame nature’s wild side, allowing you to get the most pleasure from your outdoor environment. From paving slabs for a country garden path to precision-cut sandstone paving for a formal courtyard, stone paving marries the natural appeal of your landscape with enhanced functionality. Read more

Mint fossil paving

A Brief History Of Paving

The oldest paved road in the world was constructed with sandstone and limestone paving slabs. Located in Egypt, the 4,600-year-old road was unearthed by archaeologists in 1994. The still-standing 12-kilometre road was used to haul stone in sleds from nearby quarries for the construction of temples in Giza. Read more