ELITE (Sawn Edges)

Elite Sandstone Paving is a top-notch type of paving made from natural sandstone rock. It's known for being high-quality, durable, and good-looking. It's made with even thickness, accurate cuts, and smooth surfaces, making it perfect for outdoor areas like patios and driveways. It's popular because it makes landscapes look fancy and lasts a long time with little maintenance.



Fossil Mint Indian Sandstone is a type of sandstone that's softer and more porous compared to other types like Raj Green or Kandla Grey. Because it's so porous, it's more prone to staining. So, it's a good idea to seal a Fossil Mint patio to help protect it. Even though these stones are natural and can be cleaned up, sealing them can make future cleaning easier.



Sealing Indian sandstone patio pavers isn't always needed, but it has benefits depending on your needs. Consider these factors:

  1. Stain Protection: Sealing prevents liquids from staining the stone.
  2. Weather Defense: It shields against fading and damage from weather.
  3. Easy Cleaning: Sealed surfaces are simpler to clean.
  4. Improved Look: Some sealers enhance the stone's color and appearance.
  5. Longevity: Sealing extends the patio's lifespan by protecting it from wear and tear.




Installation Simplified: Fossil Mint Sandstone Paving Slabs are tailored for landscapers. With uniform thickness and precisely cut edges, installation is effortless. This saves time and guarantees a polished, expert result for your landscaping ventures.


Creative Options: These paving slabs offer endless design possibilities. Whether it's intricate patterns, curves, or straight lines, their natural color variety and finely crafted textures allow you to realize your landscaping ideas, infusing elegance and individuality into each project.



Tips for Cutting Curves in Sandstone Paving

Cutting curves in sandstone paving can be tougher than straight cuts, but it's doable with the right tools and approach. Here's what to consider:


Tools: Use a wet saw with a diamond blade for best results. It keeps the blade cool and reduces dust. For intricate curves, a grinder with a diamond blade works well.

Marking: Draw the curve accurately on the paving with a pencil or chalk.

Go Slow: Cutting curves needs patience. Take your time and make gradual cuts to avoid mistakes.

Practice: If you're new to this, practice on spare pieces first to get the hang of it.

Safety: Wear protective gear like goggles, gloves, and a dust mask. Follow safety instructions for your tools.

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