UK: Limestone Flooring: Manufacturers & Suppliers
ABOUT LIMESTONE FLOORING
Limestone is a sedimentary rock formed over millions of years from deposited marine invertebrates. It is mainly cream in colour with many fascinating fossilized remains in evidence. Limestone flooring tiles can be used for classic and contemporary interiors. They range in colour from chalk to golden brown but have a variety of mottling and speckling. These features can be bone, oatmeal, coffee or flint in colour. Limestone flooring is laid as tiles which are between 10mm and 15mm thick, and between 300mm and 600mm on a side. Available finishes include: honed, tumbled, polished, and brushed. Leading UK suppliers of limestone flooring are profiled below the panel of sponsored links.
LEADING LIMESTONE FLOORING MANUFACTURERS & SUPPLIERS
Stone Vale Masonry: Limestone Flooring.
Stone Vale Masonry, based in Harrogate, Yorkshire, is a specialist supplier of
natural stone, including limestone flooring. Limestone is available in its usual
pale colour, and also in more exotic limestone colours including blue, grey, and
gold. Available finishes for limestone flooring include: honed, polished,
tumbled, semi-honed, and brushed. The limestone flooring product range includes
Jerusalem, French, and reclaimed limestones. Stone Valley Masonry will advise on
fitting limestone flooring, and will supply the necessary materials including
adhesives, grouts and sealers. Stone Valley Masonry supplies electric under
floor heating mats suitable for use with limestone flooring. These can be fitted
onto concrete, screed, and wood. For fitting onto wood floors, Hardi Backer
Boards should be stuck and screwed into the floor before laying the underfloor
Floors of Stone: Limestone Flooring. Floors of Stone, based in Loughborough, Leicestershire, sell premium grade Limestone, Travertine, and Marble floor tiles at wholesale prices. The most common finish for limestone flooring tiles is honed. This gives a smooth, matt, continuous surface. For a rougher more rustic look, limestone flooring tiles may be tumbled, with the joints between tiles unfilled. The most sophisticated look is achieved with polished limteston flooring tiles. These provide a bright, reflective surface and have very narrow joints. The brushed finish is slightly rougher than the honed finish. A typical limestone flooring tile will be produced in four sizes: 305mm by 305mm, 406mm by 406mm, 610mm by 406mm, and 610 by 610mm. This variety of sizes can be laid to produce a pleasing random effect. The Floors of Stone website offers a facility for ordering free samples of limestone flooring online.
Mandarin Stone: Limestone Flooring. Mandarin Stone is a leading supplier of natural stone products, including limestone flooring. Mandarin Stone has its head office in Monmouth, Monmouthshire, and has show rooms in: Bath, Bristol, Cardiff, Cheltenham, Exeter, Marlow, and Weybridge. Mandarin Stone was founded by Alma Small in 1989, almost as an accident. She was approached by the owner of a roofing slate company to market a large consignment of flooring slate. Twenty years later the company remains within the Small family, and every member plays a key role. Mandarin stocks more than 100 different natural stones including Limestone, Marble, Slate, Travertine, Sandstone, Schist, Terracotta, Granite, and Basalt. Its range of limestone flooring includes pale cream stone, through richer honey colours, to brown colours. Honed, Polished, and Tumbled finishes are available.
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