• New Country Cobble Setts Cashel 200x150x50mm (400no Per Pack 12m2)

New Country Cobble Setts Cashel 200x150x50mm (400no Per Pack 12m2)

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New Country Cobble Setts Cashel 200 x 150 x 50mm

One of our original decorative paving options, Country Cobble® remains close to our hearts – and it’s easy to see why. Creating the mellow, aged look of reclaimed paving but with all the advantages of a modern, easy-to-lay paving system, it’s a versatile, low maintenance product, that will add character and heritage to your outside room.

AG's Country Cobble is a classic paving style made with modern material technology. AG has taken a perennial paver and made it, well, better. Their bespoke rumbling process fully distresses the block, giving a much more authentic reclaimed cobbled effect than antiquing systems or products produced without secondary processing. The effect is further enhanced with a subtle colour mix to achieve shade differences between blocks, which works well in both traditional and contemporary settings.

AG also promote its state-of-the-art curing system that guards against efflorescence and shading differences, nullifying unsightly blemishes in your paving projects. Country Cobble is made with a colourfast, all-through mix of UV-resistant pigments for vibrant, durable, lasting colours. This product is available in 3 block sizes.

  • Size: 200 x 150mm
  • Thickness: 50mm
  • Blocks per m2: 33no x 200 x 150mm = 1m2
  • Block Edge: Rumbled
  • Manufacturer: Acheson + Glover
  • British Standard: BS EN: BS EN 1338: 2003
  • Brand: Acheson + Glover Ltd
  • • Colour: Brown
  • Tiles Per Box: 400
  • Box Coverage m²: 12
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Asked bySteW24/07/2022

Hi, are these sandstone ?

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No this is concrete, that is tumbled to look like sandstone

Answered by Web Admin 25/07/2022
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