Natural Yorkstone used to create premium paving range

Natural Yorkstone used to create premium paving range

  • 18 May 2016

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Charcon, the commercial hard landscaping division of Aggregate Industries, has announced the launch of its Abbey Moor natural stone paving and setts.

Developed to suit an array of applications, the new range responds to an increase in demand for genuine natural stone paving on high profile projects.

The paving is manufactured from natural Yorkstone, which is sourced from Yorkshire. Quarried and produced in Britain, Yorkstone reduces CO2 emissions in manufacture by 50%; it is also completely recyclable, meaning less material is sent to landfill after use.

Abbey Moor natural stone paving

Available in a 50/50 colour blend of light blue/grey and rustic buff, the traditional-style paving comes in diamond sawn and flamed finishes with linear modules. Meanwhile, the setts are available in a diamond sawn, flamed or tumbled finish.

The paving has been designed to resist wear and tear, making it suitable for installation and use in trafficked areas. When in situ, it is also skid and slip resistant.

A range of matching accessories, such as kerbs, steps, benches and tactile paving, are available.

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