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There’s no denying that natural stones are among the most attractive and prized landscaping and building materials used by property owners, builders, artisans, architects, landscape designers, and contractors. It is primarily because of their sheer beauty and decorative possibilities that natural stone pavers are used extensively in landscaping.

Additionally, landscape structures made of high quality natural stones such as granite, marble, slate, bluestone, limestone, porphyry, and flagstone are able to withstand extreme loads and weather changes. This means that you won’t have to shell out money just to have them repaired or replaced after some time. Stone pavers are also ideal for different applications (mostly outdoor) since they require very minimal maintenance. Usually, all you need to maintain their pleasant appearance is to regularly wash the surface using jet spray. While they may cost higher than other materials, they more than make up for it with their beauty, functionality, and incredible strength.

Natural stones are generally quarried and used as is, while some are subjected to some kind of manufacturing processes just to make the stones more marketable. The dozens of available colors, finishes, textures, and designs of natural stones means that they are highly ideal for projects that require a great deal of personalization. Among the available stone pavers finishes, for example, are polished, thermal, honed, and flamed. Meanwhile, you may choose from full course, diamond, hexagonal, square, circle, marquise, and half-course paver shapes. You could also take your pick from the different patterns: basket weave, parquet, cobble-lock with edger, running bond, and 45- and 95-degree Herringbond.

All of these benefits and features undoubtedly make stone pavers highly recommended for landscaping and building purposes.


Below are some stone pavers videos that you may find informative and helpful..

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One of the benefits of using stone pavers instead of other materials is their versatility. For hundreds, even thousands of years, natural stone has been used to create some of the world’s most beautiful and lasting structures. In fact, some medieval roads using natural stone pavers still exist until now. These days, this type of paving material is still the popular choice of most homeowners and commercial property owners.

Stones that are commonly used in interior and exterior applications are the following:

  • Granite. It is available in various patterns and finishes such as polished, flamed, and honed. Granite is an ideal material for walkways, driveways, pool decks, patios, and other interior applications.
  • Bluestone. While bluestone is traditionally available in blue-gray, different shades of colors are available. You may choose from natural cleft and thermal finishes and have this material used in pool decks, patios, walkways, and gardens.
  • Marble. This elegant material comes in wide-ranging colors, patterns, and shapes and can be honed, tumbled, or polished to perfection. Marble is ideal for areas with light foot traffic such as bathrooms, pool decks, patios, and outdoor fireplace.
  • Porphyry. Although available in thermal finish only, porphyry can come in various patterns, shapes, and colors. It is perfect for walkways and patios.


See the following photos of stone pavers to gain a concrete idea of their beauty and benefits.

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