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Indian Limestone Paving

What is Indian limestone paving used for?

Limestone paving is ideal for use in any garden, patio or pathway. Highly durable, Indian limestone paving slabs offer a scuff-free finish perfect for modern homes or commercial spaces. Our limestone paving is available in a wide range of sizes and colours including the always popular blue, Kotah and black limestone paving styles. Due to the high-quality nature of the stone, Indian limestone is a great choice for those looking for a long-lasting garden patio or pathway. The textured surface offers plenty of underfoot resistance to avoid any slips, it’s also incredibly dense which ensures it doesn’t get too hot in summer or cold in the winter.

How should I lay limestone paving?

Our Indian limestone paving slaps are a popular choice for homeowners, offering unique shades to bring contemporary style to your space. If you do opt for limestone paving, we advise choosing a competent, experienced contractor to lay the paving for you. To avoid any project delays, we recommend ordering your limestone paving before hiring your contractor or equipment. If you do want to lay your Indian limestone paving slabs yourself, why not take a look at our Paving: Laying Guide for a walk-through of the whole process.

Should I seal limestone paving?

As with all natural stone paving, we recommend sealing your limestone paving to keep it in top condition. The sealant wil also help maintain the colour of your limestone paving and prevent dirt and grime from building up on the surface. If you choose black limestone paving, sealant becomes even more of a necessity. The sealant will stop the modern black paving from fading to a dull grey shade. Take a look at our full range of paving sealants to find out more.

To find out more about our limestone paving, why not get in touch with a member of the Ammaari Stones team. Alternatively, take a look at our range of porcelain paving, Indian sandstone paving and granite paving.

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