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Storm Grey Sawn | Natural Stone and Timber
Storm Grey Sawn
Storm Grey Sawn
Storm Grey Sawn
Storm Grey Sawn
Storm Grey Sawn
Storm Grey Sawn
Storm Grey Sawn

Storm Grey Sawn

+ VAT Per m2

We will only supply a maximum of 1 Sample per product
Only 2 Samples available in total per customer
For more information please Contact Us or use our Sample Order Form

Product Description

Storm Grey (also known as Kandla Grey) Sawn Indian Sandstone is the most consistent of our sandstone paving with a mid grey colouring and only very subtle variation. The contemporary smooth finish and consistent colour tones provide a perfect background for contemporary planting schemes, helping enhance the other features within your garden. Sawn sandstone paving is available in a consistent thickness of 22mm and comes in mixed packs containing an equal number of four varied sizes 600x900mm, 600x600mm 600x290mm and 290x290mm.

For ease of installation we recommend laying this product in random courses, as shown in photos above, if you are laying in a random pattern adjustments will be needed to keep the jointing running straight and true.

Indian sandstone has become the most popular and widely used paving within the UK market and here are a few reasons why.

  • Extremely hard wearing and easy to maintain
  • Each slab has unique qualities and patination
  • Smooth sawn and naturally beautiful
  • Superb quality at an affordable price

When sealing Sawn sandstone paving always do a test patch on a waste piece of material before sealing the whole paving area, this will ensure you are happy with the finish of the sealant before commencing full application.

Please note: The shade of the final product will differ compared to the sample you may receive due to large natural variation of colours within this product. We recommend that all customers read our product selection, maintenance & installation guides before purchasing.


Do not use acidic cleaners on natural stone as they can cause permanent, irreparable, damage to the colour and structure of the stone.

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