Natural stone flooring is increasingly preferred. There are many reasons for this:
- they are durable
- the flooring is easy to lay
- have a low degree of water absorption
- the surface is not slippery when wet
- withstand extreme temperatures
- enjoy natural beauty
- in the long run they turn out to be a cheaper option.
The cut stone slabs have a regular shape, which facilitates their arrangement.
Ivaylovgrad cut stone – dimensions of the slabs
Valmarg Stone offers cut Ivaylovgrad gneiss for flooring with a thickness of 1.5 to 2.5 cm and 2.5 to 4.5 cm. The length of the tiles is free, and the widths are in several variants: 10, 15, 20, 25 and 30 cm.
Cut gneiss slabs are an environmentally friendly choice
The natural gneiss stone from Ivaylovgrad is extracted from quarries. Then the slabs are cut. It is not needful to pollute the environment for their production. The extraction of the stone does not require the use of explosives.
By choosing cut stone Ivaylovgrad you contribute to the protection of the environment.
With cut gneiss stone you can easily achieve original flooring
Ivaylovgrad gneiss is created by nature. The slabs are different in design, they are unique. Nature is the most ingenious artist who creates millions of tons of stones that do not look like each other. Even after processing, as in the case of cutting the gneiss into slabs, the originality is preserved.
Universal colors of the cut stone
The two colors of gneiss, mined in the region of Ivaylovgrad, are golden beige and silver gray. They are easily combined with any interior.
Choosing cut stone flooring is a sensible investment
We have already pointed out this advantage of gneiss cut boards. Gneiss is a stone that has a natural durability, does not lose its beauty, the slabs retain their appearance and are not damaged in extreme conditions, under the influence of chemicals. Therefore, the flooring with them is guaranteed to last for decades. Expressed in costs for the period, this means a very good choice at a reasonable price for flooring.
Types of bases on which the cut plates are laid
Gneiss slabs are laid for flooring in the following ways:
- on a sandy base
- on a concrete base.
Laying cut slabs on a sand base
Such a foundation is used, for example, in paths flooring in the yard.
A shallow trench is dug first. A layer of about 10 cm of gravel is applied, on which a layer of sand is applied.
The slabs are laid on this base.
Laying cut slabs on a concrete base
Such a base can be used for paths in the garden and for interior flooring in the home.
If the concrete base is for a garden path, first a layer of gravel is laid, then a layer of sand, and the concrete layer is laid on them. After it dries, sprinkle with sand and lay the top with cut gneiss slabs.
If the flooring is inside the house, the gneiss slabs are glued with a suitable glue.
The beauty of gneiss for flooring is worth the choice
The beautiful natural beauty of gneiss from Valmarg Stone is worth the choice. When we add the many advantages of gneiss as a material, it is clear that this is the best option for flooring – in the interior and in the exterior.
Cut tiles are easier to lay, as the width of the tiles themselves is standard. You can do the flooring yourself, which will save you money and bring you satisfaction.