The proposed scheme for this drive way project in St Austell was all about the granite setts. And the customer didn’t want your normal square 100mm x 100mm granite setts. Instead, they wanted fan shaped granite setts, with a mixture of two different types of granite.
Our customers in Crantock asked us to install black limestone paving on their balcony. First we prepared the balcony substrate and you can view an earlier blog post about this work here – Balcony Screeding Once the screed fully dried we set out the pattern. And we start to lay the black limestone paving.
We supply a great range of Rustic Slate Paving. And in lots of different sizes. Our customer wanted their rustic slate paving in a mixture of sizes.
Today i’m showing off the basalt steps we recently supplied to a customer in Truro. Our customers chose to have basalt steps & a riser set. We also pre-drilled holes so circular lights could be installed.
We supply a lovely selection of sandstone block paving at Everything Stone. And just like any block paving, sets or cobbles. Sandstone block paving can work really well in those small areas of the garden.
Sandstone paving is probably the most common type of natural stone paving. And with so many options available, it can be a little tricky to chose the right one. We have lot’s of paving displays here at Everything Stone showcasing lot’s of sandstone paving options.
We supply a huge range of granite paving in Cornwall. And this silver grey granite paving was supplied to one of our customers in Looe. This paving is 20mm thick.
Sealing natural stone is one of those things that your advised to do all the time. And you sometimes question whether it’s actually required on your particular stone product. Is it actually needed on a granite or sandstone patio?
Everything Stone is based in Par near St Austell in Cornwall and we supply a huge range of natural stone paving throughout Cornwall & Devon. You can wander around our two external display yards where you will see over 40 patios. We Showcase a wonderful selection of natural stone paving.
We started installing limestone paving in the court yard garden in Cornwall today. A wet sand and cement (4:1) mortar bed is used to lay this limestone paving. It’s best to apply an SBR slurry mix to the back of the paving slab to ensure bonding between the mortar bed the limestone paving slab.