Paving stone from labradorite Irina Blue have their own unique outlines. Its decorative effect is perfectly combined with high resistance to abrasion. The structure of labradorite is full-crystalline, evenly crystalline, coarse-grained. A feature is iridescence, which is excellent in sawn polished paving stones. Due to the large inclusion of transparent elements and their special position, the surface of the stone is able not only to reflect the sun’s rays, but also to use them for its own inner radiance.
In addition to the excellent appearance and smooth surface, I would like to emphasize other features of sawn granite paving stones:
- long service life – paving from sawn paving stones Irina Blue will delight the eye for decades without any repair or restoration;
- resistance to moisture, acids, mechanical stress, ultraviolet radiation;
- paving stones are not damaged by rot, fungus;
- water resistance – which also provides resistance to cracking during frosts;
- ease of installation and dismantling if necessary;
- affordable cost, which is achieved due to the use of Ukrainian material.
How to lay sawn paving stones from labradorite Irina Blue
Sawn paving stone from labradorite Irina Blue can be laid without a cement base. In this regard, the surface will not retain moisture, but pass directly into the soil. This paving stone is suitable for paving perfectly flat areas: sidewalks, recreation areas, parking spaces, garden and park paths. It fits almost closely, almost without forming gaps, creating interesting patterns in the form of arcs, circles, triangles and zigzags. When laying paving stones along the perimeter of the building, it is advisable to leave a strip of lawn, fill this gap with marble chips, or granite chips of any shade. This will save the coatings during dismantling, reconstruction or repair of the house and will create a more attractive atmosphere of the territory.
Labradorite granite paving stones can be laid on a pebble cushion or concrete base. The first option is suitable for garden paths, patios and other places that do not experience increased mechanical stress. Driveways and parking spaces for cars are best created on a durable and wear-resistant concrete substrate.
What is combined with sawn paving stones made of labradorite Irina Blue
There are many schemes for laying sawn pavers, many of which you can find on our website. One of the most common options is to mix Irina Blue sawn labradorite paving stones with large slabs of the same type of stone or any other shade of granite. It can be combined with any type of granite paving stone, both in terms of color and texture. An option that combines polished and heat-treated sawn paving stones Irina Blue will be quite attractive. Sawn paving stones are easier than any other to lay according to a certain scheme, while forming perfectly even seams.