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Limestone Cobblestone, Pavers, Cubestone

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Cobble Stones, Cube Stones are splitted or tumbled natural stones that are traditionally used to pave roads and garden paths. They are usually between 5 and 25 cm in sizes and are often made of granite, basalt, gneiss, porphyry natural stones. Generally granite or basalt is used in places where human and vehicle traffic is heavy. But you can also use limestone and sandstone cobblestone in garden arrangements. The use of natural cobblestone (cube stone) as a road material is generally deliberate to preserve the character of old cities and gives a much more aesthetic appearance than concrete or asphalt.

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Can be use limestone landscaping, patio pavers?

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Limestone and nature is the perfect combination to bring your outdoor spaces to life. Limestone has a lot of character and stands out against a backdrop of outdoor colors. When builders are looking for a beautiful and durable material to use outside, limestone is always a top contender.

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Is slate good for outdoor steps?

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Slate is generally a good stone to use outdoors (depending on where you live) because it has a very low absorption rate. However, the absorption rate will vary slightly between different types of slate, so be sure to research the material you select.

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Are sandstone paving tiles expensive?

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As sandstone is a natural material, it costs a little more than concrete. Natural stone pavers typically cost around $28 to $40 per square meter, but sandstone pavers are often on the lower end of that price range of most natural stone. Materials like granite and travertine are more expensive than sandstone.

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What is the best material for paver base?

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Crushed stone: if your patio will be used more extensively, a crushed stone base would be a good option to go with.Sand: If you're looking for a base that allows water to seep through then sand may be a good choice

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Which stone is best for patio or garden pavement?

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For a completely natural look, nothing beats natural stone for a patio. There are many different types of natural stone to choose from including granite, gneiss, porphyry, travertine, quartzite, slate, sandstone, bluestone and limestone. 

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What is the tactile paving stone?

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Tactile paving is a system of textured ground surface found on footpaths, stairs and station platforms to warn pedestrians who are visually impaired.

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