Stone Sandstone
Format Setts / cobbles
Finishes Bush-hammered
Flamed
Honed / polished
Sawn
Tooled
Exteriors / Interiors Exterior locations
Colour groupings Beige
Blue
Brown
Buff
Red
New / reclaimed Reclaimed
Support services Delivery (own fleet)
 
 

Traditionally used for paving for over two centuries, sandstone is the geological term that covers the well known and much specified Yorkstone.

Sandstone has become increasingly popular as it looks natural whether newly laid or having endured many years of exposure to the elements. It harbours a subliminal appeal when contrasted with manmade products such as concrete.

Hardscape can supply many different colours, types and textures sourced from both the UK and worldwide quarries.

Beautifully traditional, this versatile stone can be found in a wide variety of applications from the countrys capital to the mill towns of northern England. It can be specified in various formats to suit any architectural landscape scheme.


Traditionally used for paving for over two centuries, sandstone is the geological term that covers the well known and much specified Yorkstone.

Sandstone has become increasingly popular as it looks natural whether newly laid or having endured many years of exposure to the elements. It harbours a subliminal appeal when contrasted with manmade products such as concrete.

Hardscape can supply many different colours, types and textures sourced from both the UK and worldwide quarries.

Beautifully traditional, this versatile stone can be found in a wide variety of applications from the countrys capital to the mill towns of northern England. It can be specified in various formats to suit any architectural landscape scheme.


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