Indian Stone Paths Manchester
Durable look for any style
When designing your garden, deciding on the lawn, plants and trees are what we all think of but the paths are typically the final piece of the puzzle that brings everything together.
Indian stone gives an incredible natural look in keeping with all styles of garden you choose to compliment your home.
Indian stones gives the benefit of not needing to be sealed, meaning it also adds a low maintenance option for your paths.
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Is Indian Stone strong enough for paths?
Indian stone paving is usually cut to 25mm which provides a more than adequate surface for paths and footfall.
When planning a garden, it is always best to discuss with us the intended use for the paths, patios, and driveways so that we can best plan and advise on materials being used and the correct method of installation.
How good is Indian stone in wet weather?
A common question for most surfacing is how they fair in rainy conditions, something all too apparent with the UK’s weather.
While Indian stone can become slippery in wet weather, for most purposes it will not be a problem.
When we plan your paths, we will ensure that the purpose fit the surfacing options.
What is Indian stone?
You may also see Indian stone referred to as Indian paving or Indian sandstone (though not always sandstone). A popular choice for several decades with its natural patterning and cut to standard squares means it compliments all gardens with a neat natural finish.