Consumers will find that flagstone has much to offer when it comes to choosing the perfect paving option...
Calimesa, CA (PRWEB) July 26, 2012
A new comparison chart offered on http://www.LandscapingNetwork.com guides consumers on the differences between seven popular types of outdoor paving stones. From sandstone to quartzite to travertine and more, this handy chart comparing flagstone covers the pros and cons of each type, color variations, and other helpful product details such as appearance and origination.
Typically an easy material to work with because of its flat, thin qualities, flagstone is commonly chosen when paving areas such as patios, walkways, pool decks, walls, and virtually any other surface that can be paved. Its varied color options, shapes and sizes make natural stone products, like those covered in this chart, a popular choice by consumers.
Covering seven popular types of stone, including sandstone, quartzite, bluestone, limestone, travertine, basalt and slate, this new comparison chart offers consumers a description of each stone. The chart also guides consumers through five additional facts for each stone, such as stone appearance, origination, color variations, and the pros and cons of each type.
Consumers will find that flagstone has much to offer when it comes to choosing the perfect paving option for various landscaping projects. For more on flagstone options, as well as hundreds of flagstone ideas and design trends, visit The Landscaping Network.
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