Top Notes – fine, white striations.
Middle Notes – smudges of smoke grey.
Base Notes – chalk white and oyster grey.
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- Type And Size In(Mm)
- Paver - 610x406x30, 406x406x30 Tile - 610x406x15
- Salt Resistance (AS/NZS - 4456.10)
- Slip Resistance (AS/NZS 3661.1:1993)
Frequently Asked Questions
With regards to flooring, outdoor tiles typically have a more slip-resistant surface to prevent accidents, especially when the tiles are wet. Indoor tiles don’t have this requirement as they aren’t exposed to weather like outdoor tiles. When it comes to wall tiles or benchtops, there isn’t any difference as natural stone is suitable for both indoor and outdoor applications.
Limestone is a sedimentary rock formed by layering of silt and sediment, predominantly calcium carbonate, over hundreds of millions of years. Pressure from oceans and geological compaction have compacted and hardened the material. Limestone is often scattered with fossils and quartz pockets as the areas of formation were commonly brimming with ancient life. This makes limestone particularly striking as pool pavers or limestone tiles.
Limestone encompasses a massive variety of stone colours, strengths, and suitabilities. It is a very consistent material often with a strong base colour and then many veins and lines forming throughout. It is the father of marble and travertine both of which are formed from different geological metamorphosis of limestone.
The most common misconception about limestone is that you can ask for limestone for a project and expect a universal base line result. Limestones are so varied in suitability and should not be discussed by broad stroke names but by individual technical properties. Lithic are leaders in the best quality limestone pavers and tiles, and when you work with our experts you can be sure to get a premium product every time.