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The strength of limestone is remarkably consistent and therefore satisfies all demands for structural adequacy. Blocks are traditionally cut in modular sizes to match existing brickwork coursing and stretcher panels. Being lighter than both cement and clay-type mediums limestone blocks can be laid with ease and accuracy.
Limestone is a very versatile and easy material to chisel, cut and mould into almost any shape. Build times can be reduced by using limestone blocks.
Limestone makes attractive entry and feature statements and is a cost effective building material that adds character and a unique quality to subdivisions.
Limestone is thermally superior and structurally consistent with an ageless style with good capital appreciation.
Reconstituted Blocks are manufactured with our fully automated block making machine using computer controlled data ensuring consistency of products at all times.
Developers choose Stoneridge as a company because of the reputation, superior service and the dedication shown to the ongoing development of products and services.
Reconstituted limestone blocks are created using the finest quality natural crushed limestone and other materials. Our blocks come in a variety of sizes and can be used to enhance any outdoor area including retaining walls and screens using the bevelled or straight face finish.
Stoneridge prides itself on having the latest state of the art equipment to manufacture first class reconstituted blocks with extremely good colour and durability.
Limestone is used in homes for corbels, lintels, arches, coins, sills and pillars together with columns, capping, bull nosing and carved features.
Over time limestone has proven to resist the forces of nature and pollution and has been used in a huge variety of development project. Limestone has weathered the passages of time.
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