Flagstone is a flat, randomly shape stone commonly used for paving patios, walkways, driveways, or as garden step stones. Irregular shapes and sizes make for a rustic, natural appearance. Flagstones are generally available in two thicknesses: the thicker (1½” to 2”) is suitable for sand-set applications and the thinner (¾” to 1”) is usually set in mortar over a concrete pad.
Our flagstone options range in color and texture, and consist of stone such as Pennsylvania Bluestone, Quartzite, or Argillite Slate. Bluestone is not limited to just the blue color, but comes in a mixture of a variety of colors from green, gray, brown and lilac with striations of gold and purple. Argillite Slate is quarried in western Montana and shows a mixture of purple, red, blue, turquoise, and green shades.
Our Quartzite Flagstone is quarried in southern Idaho. It is extremely hard and durable and comes in a variety of colors and shades including: silver, gold, limelight green, and charcoal. With a high Mica content, Quartzite flagstone surfaces are especially striking at night as it tends to refract ambient light to illuminate the area with a subtle glow.