Black limestone Paving is a very popular limestone that is very dark charcoal greyish black in colour to achieve a Contemporary looking patio with straight sawn edges to add the wow factor. The colours are only a reference and because of the nature of natural stone, there may be slight colour variation with tones and patterns.
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|Texture||Riven with Sawn edges|
|Thickness||22 mm nominal|
|Handcut Sizes||15 no. 900x600, 15 no. 600x600,15 no. 600x290 and 12 no. 290x290 on full pack, quantity will vary depending on pack size|
|Pack Size||17.82 m2 coverage for full pack|
Black Limestone 600 Series 4 Mixed Sizes Machine Cut & Sawn Edge - Most popular in the limestone range for a luxurious and modern feeling with sawn edges. It originates from a place called Kadapa in India hence also called as Kadapa Black. The product weathers naturally to beautiful greys over time with weather, if you would like to preserve the colour of the stone, we recommend sealing it with any commercial sealant after 4-6 weeks of laying. Our Natural Stone is high quality for your Patios, Garden Paving and Landscaping Projects from Direct Importers. All our products are suitable for British Weather conditions and they are frost resistant. We can also do Split Packs to match you exact meterage so you don't need to order extra and waste it - Split Pack Fee Applies*.
Please Note: The colour in the images is for reference purpose only and cannot be guaranteed as it is Natural Stone.
These products are optional extras, and are sold separately but are part of the full style garden set.Enquire about this style
Free Delivery to most of mainland England . Apart from Wales/Scotland and some parts of London & extreme south east and west postcodes. Please call us 01909 768760 or email for a quick inquiry whether you qualify for free delivery we normally respond in 20 minutes.
If you are unsure about the colour, touch & feel, texture etc – please order for a sample before ordering about the product.
Deliveries: All our deliveries are done via a pump truck. Using a tail-lift, they off load it on to a flat, hard surfaced kerb side only.