Indian Stone Driveways Manchester
The patterning of Indian Stone provides a natural look that lends itself to any surrounding garden. Unlike other materials designed for their aesthetic qualities, Indian Stone provides good durability and no concerns about sealing it from the elements.
The only maintenance you will need to consider is cleaning as you would with any other driveway.
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Can Indian Stone be used for driveways?
Many associate Indian stone with patios and pathways as this is where it is typically used due to its attractive appearance. This aesthetically pleasing look makes people think Indian stone is delicate however, so don’t consider it for a driveway. We think this is a real missed opportunity however as with only a slightly thicker slab, Indian stone is just as durable as many other driveway materials.
We’ve been able to surprise many of our clients with the seamless use of Indian stone from driveway at the front of the property, path leading to the rear of their house and ending in an attractive patio.
What is Indian stone?
Indian stone, also known as Indian paving or Indian sandstone, are square and rectangular blocks with a natural patterning. The neatness these uniform blocks deliver have made it a premium choice for many gardens, paths and patios however we believe one of its best uses is on driveways.