We supply outdoor tiles, garden flagstones and landscaping stone in a variety of finishes. We cut our landscaping stone to order with 1mm accuracy and totally square. Our bespoke outdoor tiles and garden flagstones are available aged, brushed, flamed, honed, sandblasted, tumbled or just sawn.
Our master stone mason, Sebastien David of Stone Art Cotswold, is on hand to advise which stone is right for the job in hand. This depends on the level of frost resistance required and the what kind of traffic the outdoor tiles need to withstand. Our garden flagstones can be cut to a range of thicknesses from 15mm to 50mm. We will happily recommend products and processes for fitting, preserving and caring for outdoor tiles and flagstones.
Harsh winters can easily destroy limestone garden flagstones or landscaping stone in a matter of three or four years. Local limestone like Cotswold stone has a low resistance to frost as you will see if you look in any garden in spring time.
Our limestone outdoor tiles are sourced from quarries in Europe, where the level of frost resistance is regulated. A stone sample is soaked in water for 24 hours, frozen at -20 degrees and left to thaw. If this can be repeated 144 times (cycles) without damage to the stone, it is declared frost resistant.
Our garden flagstones are certified frost resistant. Take a look at our stone supply specifications for more information.
Our background in stone masonry means we understand what you are looking for in landscaping stone supplies. Our fine-grained limestone can be carved into intricate and robust outdoor masonry features such as fountains, and makes elegant outdoor tiles for swimming pool surrounds. This kind of natural stone can be carved in very fine detail and achieve a beautiful honed or polished finished.