BEST-SELLER DUSK: OUR MOST VERSATILE AND POPULAR STONE
Also known as Himalayan Sandstone, this textured sandstone beautifully compliments a wide range of architectural styles due to its rich variety of light sandy tones and textures. Its warmth blends with the surroundings, seamlessly uniting interior and exterior spaces. It has great density, more toning and high compressive strength.
This product is suited for both interior and exterior floors and walls. Due to its excellent non-slip qualities and low porosity, it is extremely popular for exterior applications, especially around swimming pools and in areas that are exposed to wet conditions.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT SANDSTONE:
Are all sandstones in the market the same quality?
No, they aren't. It's full of sandstone quarries around the world but not all of them provide the same type of stone. The quality of the sandstone relies on two main factors: density and porosity. You want your sandstone to be as dense as possible and as less porous as possible. That will guarantee a lifelong lasting product.
We import the highest quality sandstone available in the world and we can guarantee our sandstone products are high density as well as their porosity is very low.
Is sandstone good for pool surrounds?
Yes, definitely! Due to its high density and low porosity, our sandstone is 100% suitable for pool surrounds. Its split face finish creates a grip that makes the stone non slippery being super safe for kids around pools.
Does sandstone looses its colour?
Then again, it depends on the quality of the sandstone. Our high density and low porosity sandstone doesn't loose colour at all. When sealed, the colours last forever.
Do I need tiles or pavers?
The difference between tiles and pavers is their thickness. Tiles are 15 mm thick whilst pavers are 30 mm. Tiles need to be laid on a hard base, such as concrete bed while pavers can be laid on softer bases suck as roadbase/crushed rock with sand.