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Commonly found in Montana and British Columbia

Cooler suce temperatures in summer. Weather resistant in dense, tightly packed varieties.

Resistant to wear and tear, rain, and harsh chemicals. Non-slip suce, more stain resistant than sandstone.

Porous and tends to absorb water which can cause damage in freeze/thaw cycles. Should be sealed to avoid staining.

Dense, tough paving, non-slip suce, holds up to Northeastern harsh winters

Flagstone is a generic term for sedimentary rock split into layers. It is a term used to describe various types of stone laid as flags in patterns on outdoor suces. Below are types of stone that are typically quarried and laid as flagstone.For more information:What Is Flagstone

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Durable, higher-end stone, stays cool for outdoor suces

Found naturally in Oklahoma and Texas. Quarried in Western US states.

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Very flaky, softer than sandstone or quartzite. Antique-looking.

Requires proper sealing to preserve color, to resist chlorine or salt water and to protect from scratching and staining.

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Good for humid climates, weather-resistant, long-lasting

Range of colors including gray, beige, yellow and black

Commonly found in Pennsylvania, Virginia, Vermont and New York

Can be difficult to finish and maintain because of suce pits

Very flat with a rough texture. Classical looking.

Soft pastel colors from beige to red: Pinks, buckskin gold, and dark red

Easy to chisel and shape, usually used for wall-cladding

Wide range of colors including silver, gold, and lighter tan, blues, grays, and greens

A type of blue-gray sandstone but much more dense

Prone to etching, hard to shape, requires routine maintenance to prevent soiling on its rough, textured suce.

Commonly found in Idaho, Oklahoma and Northern Utah

A metamorphic rock layered with clay-like minerals

Primarily found in Northeast (Pennsylvania and New York)

Natural split suce, can be polished. Elegant.

Easily splits, limited availability in large sizes, requires sealing for stain resistance and to reduce efflorescence

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