ABOUT BLUE STONE PAVERS
Bluestone pavers are not just used as flooring materials but can also be tapped to create pleasing veneers, wall caps, building stones, treads, steps, and others. It is this versatility that makes these paving solutions present in many public structures, commercial establishments, and residential units across the country and elsewhere
Bluestone paver units are extensively used in indoor and outdoor applications because of their unique beauty, sturdiness, and versatile nature. They are also perfect for areas frequented by people or are constantly wet and slippery such as pool areas, walkways, driveways, steps, bathrooms, kitchen, and more. Bluestone pavers are also tested to effectively withstand normal wear-and-tear and damages caused by constant exposure to changing weather or climate.
The good thing about bluestone is that it is available in different finishes. This is one of the reasons why many contractors and property owners prefer this material.
- Thermal finish. Thermal treated bluestone paver is commonly used in driveways, walkways, decks, and patios because the paver surface becomes non-slip. This is done by heat-treating the paver units until a textured groove is achieved.
- Honed finish. The stone is recommended for indoor applications where a thin and smooth paver is required.
- Natural cleft finish. This is perfect for areas that require a more natural look since bluestones with natural cleft finish does not have uniform texture.
The beauty of bluestone pavers is that every paver unit is unique from all the others, particularly in the color tone or shade. Accordingly, these are the color options that you may choose from: