Buff Blend Sandstone Paving (Weathered)
Buff Blend Sandstone Paving (Weathered) is a beautiful and luminous option for your home. The warm browns and gold shades are perfect if you want to add depth and colour to your home and garden.
All our Sandstone are long-lasting, durable and at an even consistency. We are able to maintain their high quality by calibrating all the stone paving to 22mm depth.
By having a direct network with our trusted suppliers in India, we can ensure that we are supplying the best quality Paving, with the best prices for our customers.
Our stone slabs are formed naturally in Indian stone quarries and because of that they have a high level of porosity, which in turn means they allow moisture to penetrate the surface. This leads to the pavement weathering gradually. Whereas when you compare this to Porcelain Paving, no such weathering occurs as they are manufactured.
Natural Stone Paving for Your Garden
The Buff Blend are a commonly used paving for a range of garden projects, varying from back gardens to driveways. They are great if you want to have a hint of autumn and warmth surrounding your home. These paving stones have a well-worn, evergreen aura to them, if that's what you prefer.
Why Choose Weathered Paving
If you are looking for paving that has a little bit more character and has a certain antique look to them, Weathered Paving is the one for you.
Weathered paving tend to have a softer, slightly aged look that looks beautiful in back gardens and period properties. They add a calm and minimalist look to your home that your friends and family will surely appreciate.
The Buff Blend Paving (Weathered), also known as Buff Brown emits a traditional and understated look that exudes beautiful gold shades to your front and back garden. And because of the weathered effect they give off a look of paving that is well worn and a classic.
Do keep in mind that the paving being weathered does not affect the integrity and durability of the stones, they are exactly the same as the non-weathered kind. Choosing the weathered option is purely based on the personal preference of the buyer.
Available Paving Sizes
600mm x 600mm x 22mm
900mm x 600mm x 22mm
Patio Packs: a mixture of sizes: 900 x 600, 600 x 600, 600 x 290, 290 x 290
Full Crate Patio Packs: 18.9m2 crates of mixed size patio packs
Keep in mind: You can purchase as little as one paving slab, please call 01202 874207 for all quantities.
Looking After Your Paving
It is highly recommend that you along with your paving you also acquire Azpects Easy Seal as well. It is a sure-fire way to guarantee that your paving looks as close to the original colour for as long as possible. As stated above, over time, the original will start to wear and the Biff Blend will fade to lovely shades of light brown giving your paving a lovely autumnal look. This change is caused by the fact that the paving is naturally formed.
Jet washing the paving every 6 months is also strongly recommended. This will wash away any dirt and debris that may be collected onto the paving.
What is the Difference Between Limestone and Sandstone Paving?
There are a couple of similar qualities shared by Limestone and Sandstone paving. The most notable similarity being that they are both formed naturally in stone quarries in India.
Limestone Paving does require upkeeping and maintenance depending on the colour chosen. However, it is the slightly more cost-effective option.
It is vital to know that Limestone is the more brittle option of the two when compared to Sandstone, even though it is the more economical variety. However, they have the exact same durability once they have been laid.
Even if a Sealer has been used on your pavement, as time passes Limestone will wear over time. For that reason, some maintenance is required to keep the original colour of the paving as long lasting and as close to the original as possible. On the other hand, Sandstone Paving maintenance requires much less effort.
There are a range of options Sandstone and Limestone are available in. There are sawn options available for Sandstone and Limestone is available in a Square Edge option.
You must seal your Buff Blend Sandstone paving to ensure that the original colour is maintained. on the flip side, a Seal is not necessary for Sandstone Paving, only optional.
What is the Difference Between Limestone and Porcelain Paving?
There are some notable differences between Limestone and Porcelain Paving. The obvious difference between the two is in the way they are formed. Limestone as we have mentioned before, are naturally formed in stone quarries, whereas Porcelain Paving is manufactured which enables them to be available in a vast range of colours and finishes.
Limestone Paving is appropriate for those who want to go for a traditional and minimalist look, while those who enjoy a more modern and sophisticated look choose Porcelain Paving.
The surface texture and colouring of Limestone will whether naturally as time passes. Porcelain Paving, however, is able to withstand such factors and is able to upkeep its colours and finishes as its a manufactured material.
Limestone needs to be jet washed every 6 months to keep it in a clean condition. Such effort is not required for Porcelain Paving, as they only need a hose down every 6 months instead.
Buy With Confidence
- Our paving can be purchased in quantities of 5 square metres.
- Please enter the amount of 5 sqm you need (for example 20sqm would be 4 x 5sqm).
- You can purchase a full patio pack containing 18.9 square metres of mixed sizes
- All of our paving comes in crates which can be easily placed into a van or into a garden using a hiab lorry.
- You can choose free collection from one of our Depots or fuss-free, home delivery.
Sample slabs are available in-store, please ask a customer advisor.