It is formed by the biological and chemical precipitation of calcite from cold or hot springs, lakes, or streams with high calcium carbonate concentrations. Yellow limestone is a warm, honey-coloured stone with light brown and grey veining. The surface of this elegant stone is lightly textured and has a high degree of durability; all of these features make this stone suitable for landscaping, cladding, and flooring. When finally paved, a yellow sheen provides a royal touch.
Yellow Limestone is used in flooring, wall cladding, countertops, and pavement for floors of large commercial complexes, outer doorways for houses, airports, hospitals, railway stations, and park pavement, among other things.