Note: Being a natural product, stone is subject to variations in colour, tone and shading. Every piece of stone is unique. Always check colour match before installation and mix crates and boxes to create a natural blend before fixing. Pitting, fissures, veining and chips are all characteristics of natural stone and must be expected. The above colours are indicative only.
Finisheshoned and polished
Usessuitable for interior use in both residential and commercial situations such as floor and wall tiles, stairs, foyers, entranceways, athrooms, living areas and feature walls
Stock and Sizes Available400 x 400 x 10
600 x 400 x 10
600 x 600 x 15
+ matching copings
custom tile sizes, finishes and copings on request:allow 14-16 weeks delivery
Considerationspopular due to its variety of colour and texture, fairly dense, must be sealed in bathrooms. Not recommended for use outside due to New Zealands atmospheric conditions, will fade in prolonged sunlight but easily restored, do not use with salt water chlorinators.
Solvent Based & BIO-SAFE version - Impregnating
Solvent Based & BIO-SAFE version- Impregnating
Solvent Based - Impregnating
Product DescriptionLimestone is a sedimentary rock composed mainly of calcium carbonate (CaCO3), it is usually in the form of calcite and less commonly aragonite. Limestone may contain considerable amounts of magnesium carbonate (dolomite) as well. Most limestones have a granular texture; in many cases, the grains are tiny fragments of fossil animal shells. Much knowledge of the earth's history has been derived from the study of fossils embedded in limestone and other carbonate rocks. Limestone is used as a soil conditioner, in the manufacture of glass and in agriculture.
Limestone ornamental varieties are used for flooring, exterior and interior facings of buildings and monuments. In recent years with the improvement of stone sealers and pregnators it is possible to use limestone in most environments.