Natural Himalayan Sandstone Tiles and Pavers
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DescriptionThe variation in colours and textures are so good looking.The raw cowboy of the stone world, does the job and looks damn fine doing it! Rugged and ready to please! Giddy up!
Why Choose Natural Himalayan Sandstone?Natural Himalayan Sandstone is rustic with strong variation in colour and smoothness from tile to tile. With a blend of green, grey, cream, brown and orange tones, you will be able to match this stone to any colours around your home. The surface is naturally split along veins giving an uneven texture.
Maintenance Himalayan Sandstone is hard but porous making it more susceptible to mould and marking. It is cool underfoot and very slip resistant. Thickness variation is present as the surface is split. A grout joint of around 10mm is recommended as variation in dimensions is not uncommon. Seal with a penetrating, consolidating sealer to make cleaning easier and reduce the effect of salt attack. Do not use strong acid to clean. When choosing a natural stone coping around your pool, it is imperative to keep your water level at least 75mm from the bottom of the coping edge. This is especially true if you have a salt water pool! If the water is too close to your natural stone, the salt can be drawn up by the sun through the stone causing salt attack. If you don’t have an overflow valve/pipe you need to reduce your water levels manually. In addition to the correct water levels being adhered to, coping pieces should be sealed, within a few weeks of the pool being filled with water, using a ‘consolidating sealer’ and then a ‘penetrating sealer’, as per professional advice and manufacturer recommendations. Click here to learn more about how to care for your natural stone.
Relative PricingEconomical - comparable to concrete.
Stocked Tile Sizes 400 x 400 x 15mm; 400 x 400 x 20mm; 600 x 400 x 20mm, 600 x 600 x 15mm
Stocked Matching PiecesCoping Profiles - Bullnose, Rebated Bullnose, Rebated Square Edge, Skimmer Lids. Availability: Standard sizes listed are usually available ex-stock.
Slip Rating (Wet Pendulum)A P5 (V) pendulum classification, (AS 4586) “New surfaces” is the highest wet pendulum classification available under the current standards. For pool surrounds, a minimum of P4 is required.



Disclaimer: to the colour variations inherent in natural stone, care should be taken when laying your tiles. It is recommended that tiles/pavers from all crates should be blended as the job proceeds. Both thickness and dimensions may vary up to +/- 2mm. Therefore, tiles may have to be graded accordingly.


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