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Why Using Flagstone Will Add On to the Curb Appeal of the Yard?
For your outdoor living space, be it residential or commercial a flagstone patio surely makes an extravagant design statement all thanks to its 100% natural stone used in designing it. With an amazing range of natural colors available in these stones, beautiful combinations and shapes can be done.
What Is Flagstone?
A sedimentary stone which is sliced into various layers and pieces is known as a flagstone, used popularly for residential outdoor space to ace the curb appeal. The types of sedimentary stones used as flagstones are:
Knowing the Basics of Natural Stone
Know the types of natural stones that can be converted into flagstones.
To create a sedimentary stone, it is generally put underwater and high pressure using low heat is built on it to harden the layers of the sediments. Organic sediments, strata of sand and clay are generally found on the sedimentary stones.
Examples: Flagstone, sandstone, shale and limestone
The solid form of hot and molten materials is called the Igneous Rock which might have had lava or magma at lowest depths.
Examples: Granite, basalt
When pressure, heat and various other fluids act on the sedimentary or igneous rocks, they change into materials with a whole new characteristic altogether. These kinds of rocks are known as metamorphic rocks. The transformation of quartzite from sandstone and marble from limestone takes place due to metamorphism under tremendous heat and pressure.
Examples: Quartzite, marble