I wanted to share with everybody one of London Stones latest developments. We have just launched our new and improved trade sample pack.We launched a cardboard sample pack 3 years ago which while…Continue
HelloThere was a post on a few months back about spilling lawn fertilizer onto a sandstone patio. I have tried to locate the post but cant find it. Does anyone know any details about the OP.Thanks in…Continue
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London Stone are importers and suppliers of natural stone paving. Our head office is based in Langley and we have natural stone showrooms in West London & South East London. London Stone stock an extensive range of garden paving and are especially well known for our range of contemporary sawn paving. Our range includes:* Sawn paving
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I wanted to follow up on London Stones recent announcement about opening up our second showroom in Kent. We have been searching for a second showroom for the last 2 years. We came really close to getting one this time last year but we had a change of heart on the location. This location in Kent is really appealing to us for a couple of reasons. One is the garden centre itself. Its a very professionally run garden centre and after in depth discussions with the owners we felt that they shared…Continue
Here are the final shots of my Indian Sandstone patio. I have pointed up with easyjoint which is one of the sweep in's. It was unbelievably quick to do. I am not sure if i would used the sweep in's with contemporary sawn paving but against a riven sandstone it looks really good. I think I am going to order some of the marshalls weather point and have a go with it.
All in all the paving was…Continue
After moving house I decided to lay an Autumn Brown Sandstone paving patio in my back garden. When I first moved into the new house the garden was like a jungle and I wanted to reduce the maintenance. We decided on a natural stone patio and I have been recording the progress on this blog.
After building a small retaining…Continue
I have recently moved house and decided to install an Indian sandstone paving patio in my garden. I used to be a landscape contractor so I was hoping that the project would not present too many problems. I was also looking forward to finally using some of our stone for my own project, I have been supplying natural stone paving for the past 6 years now and I was excited about getting some hands on experience of our products.
I opted to use Autumn Brown Indian …Continue