Home » Stone Tiles »Hobart Granite Pavers, Granite Tiles, Pool Coping
We stock granite for use as outdoor pavers along with floor tiles. Matching pool coping for our granite pool paving are also available. SALE now on! We have a full colour range from White Granite through to Black Granite. All of our Granite outdoor pavers have a exfoliated and brushed finish for a relatively smooth non slip surface. We also have Granite Floor Tiles available, with a honed or polished surface finish for use as internal floor tiles. We also stock matching granite bullnose or drop face tiles, for use as step treads and pool coping.
Sandstone pavers come in several different colors and designs. While some homeowners love the look of pale gray and light blue pavers, others like the more natural look of tan and brown. The lighter shades often resemble slate and other more expensive materials, but the cost of sandstone pavers is less than the cost of […]
You can never go wrong with travertine tiles or pavers when looking for the perfect landscaping solution. These are versatile materials that are functional and aesthetically pleasing for any outdoor application, such as your patio. Using travertine pavers for your patio will result in an elegant and sophisticated outdoor leisure area where you can relax […]
POOL PAVERS IMAGES OF INSTALLATIONS ON FIBERGLASS AND CONCRETE POOL Below are images of pool pavers and pool coping on fibreglass and concrete pools. If you are after more information on pool paving and coping please call us on (03) 9706 9767. Harkaway Bluestone pavers and 40mm drop face edge pool coping. Harkaway Bluestone drop face […]
Travertine has a wide variety of colors on offer. Stone and Slate Discounts wide range of Travertine Tiles comes in various sized tiles and surface finishes aswell as French Pattern. Below you can see a list of all the Travertine colors we have on offer. Some of our products are a special order which is […]
WHAT IS THE PRICE OF TRAVERTINE TILES? Travertine tiles and pavers have a rich heritage dating back to Roman times. They have always had a rich and luxurious allure attached to them. Travertine was used exclusively in building the Roman Colosseum and was the dominant stone used in building the Roman Forum. Basically if […]