Cream Limestone Pavers

Limestone Pavers have been used to build numerous iconic and day-to-day hardscape structures, with some of the oldest ones still standing fully intact until today. From town halls, banks, train stations, post offices – even statues and sculpture pieces – limestone is almost everywhere. Pavers made of limestone are generally used today as flooring surfaces but it’s still possible to see large structures these days that are made of such materials.

Since limestone is quarried from local sources, it’s possible to have highly specific cuts and shapes upon simple processing. Limestone also comes in various color shades, making it ideal for use in projects that require a great deal of customization. The limestone colors include gray, blue, tan, brown, yellow, pink, and dark black. The careful mixing and matching of various paver colors and shapes can provide a truly unique and exciting design outcome that can make anyone’s property stand out and merit admiration from onlookers.

Because limestone pavers are essentially formed by nature, they exude an earthy and warm appeal that many property owners particularly sought for. This also means that each paver is unique from all the others. Limestone is also extremely durable and can withstand long exposure to changing weather and climate. They are also intrinsically very attractive, adding to their appeal to owners of commercial establishments and residential properties.

Limestone Pavers are used for dozens of decorative and practical applications, such as:

Walkways and pathways. It’s not every day that one can see pathways and walkways that are absolutely attractive. But with limestone, you can turn these areas into elegant structures.
Courtyards and patios. For those who don’t want to settle for the typical patio and courtyard, going for limestone as a dominant surface or flooring solution is the way to go. The dozens of available designs, patterns and shapes can altogether make for truly exceptional and aesthetically superior outdoor living rooms.

Pool decks. The area surrounding the pool can be made truly attractive by using limestone paver pieces. They are commonly used as pool coping materials.
Countertops. While not as common as marble and granite, countertops made of limestone are in use in some homes and business establishments like restaurants. They are preferred for their decorative merits.
Fire features. Limestone is also a good material for fire features like fireplaces and fire pits.
Interior flooring. Pavers made of limestone can be used as flooring solutions for your interior areas like the bathroom, kitchen, dining room, and hallways.
Limestone pavers are also extensively used in commercial applications particularly in hotels, shopping malls, hospitals, train stations, airports, and parks.

Limestone Benefits
The East Coast and parts of the Midwest suffer from some extremely harsh winters. Those winters can bring dozens of inches of rain and snow, and many types of pavers don't hold up well to those environmental conditions. Limestone, which is a natural type of stone found across the world

Negin Sang Kavir Co. has a Limestone quarry with low porosity and high strength that it has created a good opportunity for the production of pavers at very reasonable prices. Beige Travertine paver is not slippery and visualizes a sense of being natural for humans due to the pores and holes on its surface. These pavers are producing in two grades that all of them are very good in terms of material and production quality and this classification is just according to the holes on their surface and color. They are also very resistant against cold and suitable for the movement of vehicles due to 3cm thickness they usually have. All pavers would be shipped to the installation site in packed crates and pallets. Please see different types of pavers and packaging in below.

Processing Kinds of Cream Limestone Paver:

Cream Limestone Pavers paver is producing in following sizes:

60 * 60 * 3
60 * 40 * 3
40 * 40 * 3
30 * 30 * 3

- All the dimensions mentioned are in millimeters.

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