Sandstone is one of the most popular building materials since ancient times. Thanks to its natural beauty, versatile use and durability, this popularity continues today. Sandstone, which is an ideal choice for both hot and cold climates, can be used in a very expensive mansion or in a beach bungalow.
What is Sandstone?
Sandstone is a sedimentary rock of small size mineral or rock fragments and can be used in a variety of colors. Thanks to their applicability in all areas and their robustness and various color scales, they have always been an excellent choice for builders, sculptors and decorators.
Sandstone can give any home timeless and classic elegance. One of the most important reasons for choosing sandstones is that once sealed, they can be used for life thanks to their durability. Unlike other materials that require constant care, sandstone never goes out of fashion and the sandstone will cost investment in a short time.
How to Install it?
Installing the sandstone on your own can be a bit costly and tiring. But choosing a professional tiling company will save you from exhausting work. An empathetic tradesman who understands empathy of natural stone will install your sandstone wonderfully.
Maintaining your Sandstone Floor
While regular floors need to be maintained every few years to prevent the absorption of water, sandstone floors require very little maintenance. Sweeping and mopping your sandstone floor as you always do will allow you to use it for a very long time.
It is one of the most well-known mistakes that stone surfaces require sealing every few years. Even using too much sealant causes the stone to lose its luster. If a high quality penetrant sealant is used on a stone surface with normal pedestrian traffic, it can protect itself for up to 15 years.
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