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Owing to the nature of limestone, most projects using this material, tend to be of a more unique nature.

On this basis, we do not offer an online quotation facility for this material. 

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Limestone Worktops London

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All The Colours

If you want to see the full range of limestone colours that are available in the UK then look no further. More....


Finish Options

Polished, honed, antique. All finish options explained with examples so you can make an informed choice. More....

Fabrication Options

You've chosen your worktop, chosen your finish, now for the fabrication. Cut outs, drainer grooves... All explained here. More....

Limestone London

As the name correctly implies, sandstone (aka arenite) is made up of sand. The properties of sandstone have no specific mineral content but secondary minerals add part of the materials colour and ultimate appeal. Secondary minerals including hematite, feldspar, mica, clay etc. all add to the varying colours and natural sandstone texture. Alike sand, sandstone is therefore available in a multitude of differing colours such as tan, brown, yellow, red, gray, pink, and white.

An additional type of sedimentary rock. This sedimentary sandstone is formed of minerals or grains of rock. Composed of feldspar and/or quartz. This is simply because within the Earth’s crust these minerals are in abundance.

Sandstone plays an important role in nature. The materials properties lend themselves to act as natural petroleum reservoirs and liquid aquifers. This is owing to sandstone allowing water and fluid percolation. Place these properties with a large rock formation this material has the natural porosity to to store large fluid quantities. The fine grain of this stone enables the natural filtering of pollutants.

As with most stone materials, quarrying is the means of mining this medium. Sawn sandstone is then cut down into small thin slabs for consumer use.

Sandstone formations generally have a historical tendency to be located is areas that used to be smaller coastal regions. These are in the main arid or desert regions such as the Middle East, The central and Deserts parts of Australia. Indian sandstone is also available.

Sandstone properties make it a perfect building material. Strength is one of the materials great characteristics enabling it to be used for load-bearing stonework added to the variety of the colour palette available. This structural sandstone use of Sandstone applies architecturally to columns, pillars and arches as a few examples of the materials strength. In addition sandstone blocks are used for the creation of walls and as foundation stones.

Additional sandstone features are that it offers good thermal resistant properties and excellent binding capabilities with aggregates such as cement offering long term durability. Highly resistant to corrosion as you would expect for a naturally occurring stone material. Sandstone is used in the manufacturing of all glass types. Alkali and acids cause no concerns for this robust stone either hence the usage in commercial flooring applications.

The uses of sandstone are vast. Within construction they are used for foundations, beams, pillars, arches, wall facings, walls & roofs. Sandstone is used to crush with concrete and asphalt for the construction of jetties and dams.

Sandstone products include interior decorative sandstone uses such as fireplaces, mantle pieces, slabs are used for wall cladding, shower panels, worktops, tiles

External decorative sandstone uses include landscaping products, bricks, steps, garden furniture/ornaments, wall cladding. In fact the carrying colours make the use for sandstone a perfect choice for garden pathways. Additionally paving (pavers), edging pieces, sandstone capping stones, pool coping, blocks, rocks and even boulders are put to use in a decorative external setting.

More substantially sandstone is used for facades, retaining walls or fabulous feature walls.

This material is so flexible and has a vast range of arts and crafts uses too! Coasters, paperweights, bookends, clocks, carving, fountains, sculptures, veneers,

We are a sandstone supplier in slab form where we fabricate to your specific requirements. Garden and arts and crafts related fields are not areas we get involved with.

Not Sure About Limestone? Try These Other Stone Options Available In Your Area

If you are considering stone worktops, you may want to look at the full range of stone options that are availble to you.

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Granite Worktops London

If you would like to see the full range of Granite Worktops London available please click on the image.


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Quartz Worktops London

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Marble worktops

Marble Worktops London

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Limestone worktops

Limestone Worktops London

If you would like to see the full range of Limestone Worktops London available please click on the image.


Sandstone worktops

Sandstone Worktops London

If you would like to see the full range of Sandstone Worktops London available please click on the image.


Slate worktops

Slate Worktops London

If you would like to see the full range of Slate Worktops London available please click on the image.

Basalt worktops

Basalt Worktops London

If you would like to see the full range of Basalt Worktops London available please click on the image.


Onyx worktops

Onyx Worktops London

If you would like to see the full range of Onyx Worktops London available please click on the image.


Stone worktops

Stone Worktops London

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London Regions

We offer Limestone Worktops across London including 

Brentford, Camberley, Camden, Caterham, Chelsea, Chertsey, Chiswick, Croydon, Dorking, Ealing, Edmonton, Enfield, Epsom, Finchley, Friern Barnet, Fulham,Guildford, Hackney, Hammersmith, Haringey, Harlington,Harrow, Hayes, Hendon, Heston, Hornsey, Islington, Kensington, London, Potters Bar, Ruislip-Northwood, Southall, Southgate, Staines, Tottenham, Uxbridge, Wembley, West Drayton &  Westminster.





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