Limestone paving slabs have a magnificent and attractive natural texture and rich earthy tones. With their high density and fewer pores compared to some other natural stones, limestone offers high strength and hardness, making it very durable and a great alternative to Indian Sandstone and Porcelain paving. This durability makes limestone a quality and suitable material for outdoor garden and patio paving, given its inherent non-slip qualities and subtle natural shine.
The primary use for limestone paving is as an attractive yet hardwearing flooring and walkway material, both inside the home and out in the garden or patio. Limestone paving slabs are calibrated to approximately 20-22mm thickness and come in a diverse range of sizes to suit any project. Take a look at our range of versatile limestone patio kits for a popular way to pave a garden area, or see our single-size limestone paving options if you prefer a more linear look to your paved space.
Limestone has a natural orange-peel texture owing to its unique characteristics. Some varieties also have an inherent split surface texture, compared to the more rippled and slightly uneven texture of sandstone paving such as Indian sandstone. If you prefer a brighter golden yellow paving instead, we also offer options in this bold hue that can make a striking statement. For a contemporary edge, porcelain paving delivers a very smooth surface and crisp lines in a range of muted tones. Whatever your taste, we are sure to have a paving product that suits, whether sold individually or conveniently bundled into patio packs or you can purchase limestone slabs not in a patio kit in sizes such as 900 x 600, 900 x 450 and 600 x 600 If you have any other questions, feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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What is limestone paving?
Limestone paving is a type of paving made from limestone. It can be used for driveways, walkways and patios.
What are the benefits of limestone paving?
Some of the benefits of limestone paving include its durability, its ability to resist staining and fading, and its low maintenance requirements in comparison to some other paving slab materials.
How do I care for limestone paving?
To care for your limestone paving, you will need to sweep it regularly to remove any debris, and hose down it every few months to keep it clean. You can also seal it every few years to help protect it from staining and fading.
Limestone paving vs sandstone paving: Which is better for garden patios?
Limestone and sandstone paving
are both excellent choices of paving to use for your outdoor space. They can be used for driveways, walkways, gardens and patios. So which is better for garden patios - limestone or sandstone paving? Well, that depends on your own personal preferences. Limestone paving is generally more durable than sandstone paving, but sandstone paving is more resistant to staining and fading. So it really depends on what you are looking for in a patio. If you want something that is low maintenance and will last for many years, then limestone paving is a good choice. But if you want something that has more personality and is more resistant to the elements, then sandstone paving might be better for you.
Is limestone paving slippery?
No, limestone paving
is not slippery. In fact, it is often used in areas where there is a lot of foot traffic because it is slip resistant.
What are the disadvantages of limestone paving?
Some of the disadvantages of limestone paving include its high cost and the fact that it can be difficult to find in some areas. It is also important to note that limestone is a soft stone, so it can be scratched or chipped if it is not cared for properly.
What are the different types of limestone paving?
There are many different types of limestone paving that we stock here at Paving Shopper, so whether you're looking for limestone patio kits or limestone single size paving slabs we will have something in store that suits your needs! Additionally, if you're looking for a beautiful finished edge to your paving, look no further than our setts and cobbles. We have multiple size and colour options of limestone cobbles such as kota black limestone setts and kota blue limestone setts to name a couple.