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    Indian Sandstone Painstakingly Manufactured for Quality

    Everyone with a garden wants a place with garden walks and a place to sit and relax. There are a great choice of methods and materials, limited only by your imagination and ingenuity. Brick, flagstone- or sandstone are of course, ideal and conventional materials. They give the best effects when laid, and the key to success with Indian sandstone is to know your suppliers. Source your Indian sandstone from

    Indian sandstone paving stones are a fabulously popular and affordable paving option for driveways, gardens paths and patios, especially since sandstone comes in a number of stylish colours. Choose between the popular yellow, red shades, grey or blue. Each of these attractive colours come either lighter or darker.

    The Perfect Companion in your Garden

    With varying thicknesses, shapes and sizes, you can choose paving stones with confidence based on your needs and the area you are paving. Whether round stones, triangular or square, you can lay Indian sandstone to create a host of exciting patterns.   Many people opt to purchase several sizes for an eccentric look, and while Indian sandstone is commonly 20-40mm thick, the thick stones are more suitable for heavy- duty use such as for driveways. For driveways, use of a thicker bed using mortar or concrete, as well as a sub-base is recommended.

    As with all paving, Indian sandstone paving is available in different qualities. Flawed and damaged sandstone will be considerably less, but with a garden path for instance, it can still look unusually attractive. In fact one of the types of Indian sandstone paving is reclaimed stone, which means it is used. Reclaimed flagstones are the smoothest options while hewn stone has a rough surface.

    Paving is a solid investment, and if it is laid and installed properly, Indian sandstone is a classic timeless investment and has a solid reputation of providing beauty and longevity.