The stone which is cut and shaped iround, square or rectangular and used for walkways, flooring, patios, fences, roofing and paving slabs are known as the flagstones. These flagstones are used as headstones, facades, memorials and other kinds of constructions as well.
As we have understood about the flagstone and its uses, let us now delve into the pros and cons of the flagstone. So read on.
Pros of Installing a Flagstone
Flagstone is Durable
Flagstone Installation is Easy
Flagstone Can Withstand Extreme Climate
Flagstone Maintenance is Easy
Cons of Installing a Flagstone
Well, there are hardly any drawbacks or cons of installing a flagstone and the benefits easily outweigh the cons in a huge amount.
- The stones being heavy, the installation takes a little longer time although it’s very easy to install.
- The flagstone can withstand the extreme climate, but they show the colors of the climate. For example the flagstone becomes hot in summers and cold in winters they are not immune to the temperature difference.
- If you are planning to install the flagstone in the sand then there are chances that it will keep shifting and the sand beneath is not leveled and stable. But that is not the case with concrete.
Well, as you can see there are no cons or drawbacks as such of a flagstone, except the natural traits of it. So the pros are surely many in comparison with the negligible cons. They are cheaper and look beautiful too, so why not consider it?
You can contact the EDEN contractors for the flagstone installation services.