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Sandstone Paving Slabs

Indian sandstone paving slabs are ideal to create a rustic countryside feel, available in a range of great colours and finishes to create a stunning landscape.


Indian Sandstone Paving Slabs

The decision to undertake a new paving project is an important one, as it defines the overall aesthetic appeal and ambiance of the space. As a property owner, you deserve only top-notch paving stones that can transform the area into a magnificent and inviting environment.

Indian Sandstone Paving: The Details You Should Know

These stones are formed through a rigorous process of sedimentation under high pressure and temperature conditions. This meticulous process leads to perfect compaction of the particles that make up the slabs. The result is a hard-wearing material that you can trust to handle any type of pressure. We only sell the best Indian natural sandstone paving materials. The slabs are artistically cut and expertly honed to obtain the best pieces. They perfectly fit next to each other during the installation process. In some cases, you may have to cut some slabs to fit into small spaces like corners – use the right equipment for this. At Ammaari Stones, we have slabs with unique patterns, hues, textures, and sizes. You’re sure of finding something ideal for your space. They create magnificent and crack-free spaces. Your garden can ooze class and opulence.

Gray Sandstone Paving: Installation and Maintenance

Before you lay the paving stones, the area must be properly prepared. This preparation involves excavation to create the sub-base. The depth of your sub-base depends on the area, but we stock a thickness of 22mm so this should be considered. Next, level the sub-base – the area should ideally slant slightly away from your property to make it easy for water to drain off the slabs. Add mortar on top, then apply priming slurry beneath the slabs before you lay them next to one another. The slurry helps in adhesion and stability. Once all of the pavers are laid, the spaces between them should be sealed. This should be done using top-quality grout. If you aren’t sure which one to use, Ammaari Stones offer a range of colours for the Joint-It Simple compound in addition to our stones. Wait for about 48 hours for the slabs to dry. Once this is done, the stones should last a long time. Indian natural sandstone paving has many benefits including:
  • Weather resistance
  • Excellent underfoot grip
  • Unrivalled visual appeal
  • Frost resistance.

FAQs

For paving slabs, why Indian sandstone? Indian sandstone is a popular choice for paving slabs due to its remarkable qualities. First and foremost, it's incredibly durable, ensuring that your paved space remains intact and attractive for more than 20 years when properly installed and maintained. Does Indian sandstone last? You can have an excellently paved space for 20+ years if you install and maintain them properly. The stones' inherent strength allows them to withstand heavy traffic, making them an excellent option for pathways and patios alike. Is Indian sandstone good for your driveway? Yes, it is an excellent choice for patios. Its natural durability and sturdiness make it well-suited to handle the constant foot traffic and regular wear and tear. Indian sandstone can withstand the pressure and retain its structural integrity for many years, provided it is properly installed and maintained. The stones' textured surface can also offer good traction, reducing the risk of slipping or skidding, especially during wet or icy conditions.

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