Tuscan Heritage Limestone

£0.00 + VAT


    Tuscan Heritage limestone (Also know as Antique Yellow Limestone) tiles provide an extremely hard-wearing surface with the appearance of traditional flagstone flooring. The subtle, but wide colour variations from light honey tones through to greens and greys work perfectly in commercial setting but equally as well in a modern kitchen. Flagstone floors have been popular for centuries and with this Heritage limestone, that tradition is set to continue.

    The Heritage Limestone flags goes through five different processes to achieve their distinctive look and feel, they work superbly in both domestic and commercial application where a traditional flagstone floor is required. Now also available in 300 x 75 x 20mm perfect to create the on trend herringbone floor designs, that have become extremely popular over recent years.

    This product can be used for both Interior and Exterior applications allowing you to flow seamlessly from indoors into the garden giving the feel of extra space and blurring the usually distinct barrier between the two.

    Tuscan Heritage Limestone is supplied in the following sizes:

    900 x 600 x 20mm

    600mm x Random Length x 20mm

    300 x 75 x 20mm (for edging or herringbone designs)

    Indian limestone has become one of 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
    • Consistent colouring
    • flat honed surface
    • Anti-slip textured surface
    • Superb quality at an affordable price

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


    Additional information

    Weight 50 kg

    The shade of the final product will differ compared to the sample you may receive or the images shown on this website, all sandstone paving products have a very large natural colour variation within and between different batches. You must ensure that you are happy with the colour variation of the product you have received before you start laying, as after installation exchange will no longer be possible.

    Ensure that you have all the required material to completely the whole project onsite before commencing any work. Open all your crates at the same time, taking material evenly from each of them. This will ensure you have a good distribution of colours across the whole paved area. DO NOT open one crate at a time using all the material before opening the next, this can result in uneven distribution of colours and can look unsightly.

    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.

    How To Lay Limestone Paving?

    You can lay Limestone paving in the same why you would install any natural stone or porcelain paving products. Basically they should be laid on a full wet bed of mortar over a compacted hardcore base, deep enough for the site conditions. For further reading please follow the link to our tech guide:

    Outdoor Installation Guide

    We would additionally always recommend using a slurry primer when installing Limestone paving to help bond the slabs and the sub-base together, this will result in a greatly improved installation.

    How To Clean Limestone Paving?

    Cleaning Limestone paving is simple. Use soapy water and a stiff brush or, for tougher stains as well as moss and algae, we recommend using New Clean 60 available from our website. Apply with a sprayer and leave for around 60 minutes then wash off with a hose and stiff brush or power washer to ensure you have removed all of the cleaner. For further reading please follow the link to our tech guide

    Outdoor Maintenance Guide

    Can You Pressure Wash Limestone Paving?

    Limestone paving can be cleaned with a pressure washer, but we would recommend firstly trying soapy water and a stiff brush. If this does not give you the desired results, then move onto a pressure washer. When cleaning with a pressure washer be careful not to get too close to the surface of the stone as this could damage the surface. After pressure washing you many need to apply an additional coat of sealant that could have been removed by the pressure washing.

    Does Limestone Paving Need Sealing?

    We would always recommend that you seal all Limestone paving directly after installation. Ensure that you use a water based impregnating sealer that will still allow the stone to breath and allow for the natural process of efflorescence to take place. Limestone paving is naturally porous, and this must be maintained or you can cause damage to the surface of the stone. Always make sure your paving is completely dry before sealing and that you have at least 24 hours of dry weather ahead after sealing has been completed to allow the sealer to cure.

    Is Limestone Paving Porous?

    Limestone is a very varied group of stone all with difference characteristics, but generally limestones are slightly less porous than other natural stones such as Indian Sandstone paving, making them extremely well suited to the UK climate. Stones such as Indian Limestone paving are an extremely dense product with very little porosity, helping reduce maintenance and reducing time needed on up-keep.

    Are Limestone Paving Slabs Slippery?

    Limestone is a varied range of stones, all with very different characteristics which can affect their slip levels. Each of these products have different finishes which can affect their slipperiness. Smoother finishes will be more slippery and natural riven surfaces will be the least slippery.

    However generally limestone paving is not slippery, but care must be taken to select the correct product for your site conditions, more information is available on the link below.

    Outdoor Product Selector

    Are Limestone Paving Slabs Hardwearing?

    Limestone is quite a varied range of stones, all with very different characteristics, but generally all limestones are hardwearing especially Indian and Egyptian limestones. They are extremely dense in nature, making them extremely durable. There are softer limestones available, but these are not really suitable for external use and are best used in internal tile installations.