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Glossary of Stone Tiles

Considering buying stone tiles? The following is a selection of the most commonly... more »


Travertine Tiles

Travertine has been used as a building stone since ancient times. The word... more »


Limestone Tiles

Limestone is used for flooring, wall cladding, vanity tops, furniture and ornate... more »


Marble Tiles

Marble is ageless and always remains contemporary. It has been used for thousands... more »


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Silver Travertine Tumbled French Pattern sets

Silver Travertine  Tumbled French Pattern sets

Also available in brushed.& honed/filled

LOOSE STONE WALLING

LOOSE STONE WALLING

INSTRUCTIONS TO SELL

TRAVERTINE PREMIUM TUMBLED 600X600X15

TRAVERTINE PREMIUM TUMBLED 600X600X15

QUALITY TILES/LOW PRICE!

TRAVERTINE FRENCH PATTERN CHIZELLED/BRUSHED

TRAVERTINE  FRENCH PATTERN CHIZELLED/BRUSHED

$49.00 M2

SPECIAL ! WHILE STOCKS LAST

WALNUT TUMBLED PREMIUM TILES & PAVERS

WALNUT TUMBLED PREMIUM TILES & PAVERS

IDEAL FOR POOLCOPING AND SURROUNDS!

TRAVERTINE-GRANITE-LIMESTONE-SANDSTONE-MARBLE

TRAVERTINE-GRANITE-LIMESTONE-SANDSTONE-MARBLE

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FRENCH PATTERN PAVERS

FRENCH PATTERN PAVERS

MATCHING POOL COPING

Limestone Tiles

Limestone is used for flooring, wall cladding, vanity tops, furniture and ornate stonework. It is also used extensively for building construction purposes. Limestone is the stone of choice for elegant projects. The soft look and smooth feeling surface is the main reason for the popularity of this material.

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Limestone is made up mostly of a mineral form of Calcium Carbonate called Calcite. It is formed when the calcium carbonate crystallizes. Limestone is typically formed over many years at the bottom of the oceans or lakes from the accumulation of shells, bones and other calcium rich goods. If this limestone is subjected to intense heat or pressure and a few millenniums, crystallization occurs and the limestone becomes a true marble. Chemically they are both still calcium carbonate but the marble has a crystalline appearance and the limestone will have a relatively flat appearance. 

It is available in either honed (matt) or polished (shiny) finish.

Most common uses:

Interior and exterior wall cladding, interior and exterior flooring and paving, staircases, counter tops.

View our current range of Limestone Tiles.