The Beauty of Flagstone
If you are looking for a reliable and trusted supplier of rocks and natural stones in the state, please call us at Patagonia Building Supplies. Our company has been supplying top-quality flagstone to DIY homeowners, commercial property owners, contractors, architects, and landscapers. We are their top choice because of our extensive collection of different types of natural stones. We can also supply them with all their needed materials since we maintain a large inventory in our showrooms. We encourage you to visit one of our showrooms today to personally pick your needed materials. Our friendly staff will assist you in selecting the best stone for your project. We also offer material deliveries for clients in Orange County, Los Angeles, South Bay, Inglewood, Santa Ana, and Agoura Hills, CA. Call (310) 478-7276 for your inquiries or orders.
Beautiful FlagstoneFlagstone is available in many shapes, sizes, and thickness. These characteristics result in beautiful features and amenities. When creatively installed by professionals, the natural beauty of this stone type is easily highlighted. Here are some of the types of flagstone and their salient features:
- Sandstone. Choose sandstone if you want to create an earthy or contemporary look for your outdoor structures or amenity. It is available in soft pastel colors that range from beige to red. They can be used on patios and walkways.
- Bluestone. If you want a tough paving material, then choose bluestone. It is a dense flagstone with rough texture and a slip-resistant surface. It can also withstand extreme weather conditions such as winter. High-quality bluestone comes from Pennsylvania and New York, so ask your supplier about the source of their stones. It comes in shades of gray, blue, and purple.
- Quartzite. It has a glossy, smooth surface and ageless appearance. This type of flagstone has a non-slip surface, stain resistant, and more durable than sandstone. Some of the colors that you may choose from include silver, gold and lighter hues.
- Slate. The antique look of slate is one of the reasons why property owners choose it for wall cladding. It is available in silver, gray, copper, and green.