Sandstone Red

Sandstone Red joins Aggregate Walling Range

  • 28 Sep 2017

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Aggregate Industries has introduced a new Sandstone Red colour variation to its Bradstone Traditional walling range.
 
The reconstituted stone alternative has been developed to give the authentic appearance of lightly dressed natural stone.
 
Manufactured by Aggregate Industries in the UK, the Sandstone Red colour variation is an ideal substitute for bricks and offers even more design potential when embarking on residential, commercial and retail projects.
 
It is also available in jumper blocks, dressed ends, coping units and twice weathered coping blocks to offer a complete range.
 
To request a sample email building.products@aggregate.com or phone 01285 646900.

 

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