All Limestone

Limestone is classified as an organic sedimentary rock because it contains dead organisms. When exposed to extreme heat and pressure, limestone transforms into metamorphic marble rock. Limestone is used to neutralise acids. Some limestones are formed by the cementation of sand or mud with calcite (clastic limestone) and have the appearance of sandstone or mudstone.


Black Limestone

It has a tough, durable, low-sheen finish that resists weathering, gasoline spills, and unsightly plant and weed growth. Long-lasting protection that is simple to use.


Grey Limestone

Grey limestone has a classic appearance with a wide range of neutral colours and spectacular fossil patterns. It makes you feel more secure and safe when you have it in your environment. Grey limestone is thought to be an excellent emotional balancer, providing a calming effect.



Yellow Limestone

Yellow marble is a combination of yellow limestone and calcareous sandstone that is commonly traded and used as flooring tiles, wall claddings, counter tops, and, most importantly, as an ornamental stone.


Blue Limestone

It is a very homogeneous material that can be used both inside and outside. As a result, it is commonly used in facade cladding and exterior areas such as terraces. However, it can also be found in other interior elements, such as floors or furniture.