There are many natural stones on the market. Depending on where and how the stone is used, will determine whether or not it needs to have a sealant applied to keep moisture from penetrating. Consult your installer, stone supplier or sealant representative for your specific stone type. The general rule of thumb, if you walk on it, or water can get to it, you should probably consider applying a sealant.
We don’t have snow here in sunny Southern California, but unless you live in a cave, most folks know that many areas from the Midwest to East Coast have received more than their fair share lately ! Came across some helpful advice from the Hardscape Edge regarding the type of shovel tip to use for [...]
A breathtaking location, with gorgeous Tuscan inspired architectural design. Greeted by a 10,000 sq.ft. approach and circle driveway using authentic 200 + year old antique ‘Sidewalk’ cobblestone supplied and installed by Monarch Stone International, it is impossible to tell whether you are in California or Italy. The driveway specifications called for antique sandstone ‘Sidewalk’ cobble; [...]