- 100% Natural Granite
- Safe Non slip surface
- Weather Resitant
- Extremely Tough
- Great Indoors & Outdoors
- Matching Pool Coping
- Pool Surround
- Pool Coping
About Midnight Granite Black Pavers & Tiles
Midnight Flamed Granite Pavers with Sawn Edges are available in: 800x400mm and 500x500mm in 20mm Thick, (all stocked) other sizes available by request. Thickness and size variation is the industry standard of +-2.5mm.
Midnight Flamed Granite Pavers with Bullnose Edges available in: 800x400mm and 500x500mm in 30mm Thick, (all stocked) other sizes available by request.
Midnight Flamed Granite Pavers with Drop Face available in: 800x400mm and 500x500mm in 40/20mm Thick (other sizes available by request, or we can cut down existing sizes to suit).
Product is usually stocked and can be SPECIAL ordered in Any size up to 2mtrs x 1mtrs by request
Sometimes referred to as flamed basalt G684
We deliver granite pavers, tiles and pool coping door to door to all suburbs in Melbourne, Sydney, Canberra, Brisbane, Adelaide and Hobart. We also deliver to any regional area in Australia at reasonable freight rates.
Granite can be sealed with an invisible penetrating sealer to assist in the ongoing clean up of the stone.
An invisible penetrating sealer can be applied prior to grouting which will facilitate easy clean up after application of the grout.Cleaning:
Do not use Hydrochloric acid for clean up as this can cause minerals present in the stone to react.Maintenance:
Just sweep when needed. Granite responds well to high pressure cleaning. A solution of mild detergent and water, can be applied prior to pressure cleaning.Installation Tips:
Please ensure ALL grout lines are completely dry and the tiles are completely dry prior to applying the grout. IF you don't you may end up with shading occuring on the tiles surface due to the trapped excessive moisture still present and then ADDED to during the grouting process. (This may disappear over a full cycle of the seasons). BUT to guarantee this doesn't occur we would recommend NOT grouting if the tiles are damp and the grout joints contain residual water. ALSO try to use a dryer grout mix. IF unsure please ring us for FREE advice.