We have an extensive range of sandstone and granite cobbles, setts, edging and kerbs.
Our reclaimed granite cobbles are perfect for a heavy-duty and authentic aesthetic. Cobbles were traditionally used in high traffic and heavy turning areas such as driveways and turning yards and are the hardest wearing and highest load-bearing of all paving types.. They are also perfect for steeply sloping driveways as they help with grip and braking. Reclaimed cobbles have also been used for centuries in properties and towns. They are most commonly made of granite although much larger sizes of cobble may be made of gritstone. Cobbles were traditionally used in high traffic and heavy turning areas such as driveways and turning yards. They are also perfect for steeply sloping driveways as they help with grip and braking. Gravel drives can benefit from cobble edging, with the cobbles helping to channel water into drains and to prevent the gravel being washed away.
New Granite Cobbles and Setts usually come from China or Portugal with less colour variation than cobbles. They feature many of the same benefits as cobbles but the overall look is more angular and not as soft and rounded as the worn and reclaimed stones. New Indian stone cobbles and setts vary widely in colours and sizes and are one of our biggest sellers due to their versatility. They are usually 30-50mm in depth so more suitable for foot traffic only unless they are laid on a bed of concrete. They can be used to form an attractive border alongside our new Indian sandstone paving. You can see an example of this in our display area when you visit the yard.
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