Flagstone refers to a flat slab of stone that is cut into different shapes by a stonemason. Flagstones are often derived from sedimentary rocks such as sandstone and shale as they are the softest and easiest to shape, but they could also be formed from igneous rocks such as granite and metamorphic rocks such as marble.
Because flagstone is naturally occurring, it is often less expensive than other paving materials. It is also flexible and can be designed into various shapes, textures, and patterns, thus fulfilling your every landscape dream. It is also durable and highly resistant to elements and pests. It doesn’t crack or wear easily and is the perfect flooring/paving material for high-traffic areas in your home.
Despite being naturally beautiful and strong, flagstone still requires some degree of care and maintenance. You need to seal a flagstone to create a barrier against water and stain. To speak with expert stain technicians, visit this website.