• $0.30/ Pound

Canadian buff flagstone

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1 to 1.25 inch thick buff flagstone price

We sell this flagstone $0.30+tax a pound. It turns out about $6 a square foot, depending on the thickness. It is hard to precisely estimate per foot flagstone price, because natural flagstone varies in density, and we sell it by weight.

Another reason why it is not easy to estimate a per-foot price for random flagstone: the square footage you can cover with it depends on how you lay it.

If you want to lay it tight, then you need to off-cut some of the pieces to fit them together tightly. Probably you will not use the small off-cuts, so the footage covered by the stone will be smaller compared to the case when you leave some space between the pieces. In the latter case, the footage will be much larger first, because there are no off-cuts, and second, part of the area will be taken by the seams, and the broader seams you leave, the larger is the footage covered.


How to lay flagstone for landscaping

In the above picture, you can see a flagstone patio DIY project in progress. One of our customers sent us the photo.

This natural flagstone is mostly intended for outside patio or walkway, but you can also use it for flooring indoors, for example, in a washroom, kitchen, or hallway. It is smooth, and you will not have any trouble putting the furniture on it.

You can install flagstone with or without mortar. If using without mortar, make sure there are no weeds left in the area, and the ground is well-levelled. It should not be strictly horizontal. On the contrary, a slight slope shall be done to allow water to flow away from the pavement. Put down a water-permeable landscaping fabric on the ground before installing flagstone to prevent weed growth between the pavers. If the gaps between the pavers are wide, you can fill in them with pea gravel or mulch, or sow grass.

Flagstone colors

We carried flagstones of different colors: purple, brown, grey. The reason for the diversity in colors is a small amounts of impurities naturally present in the stone. Come to our yard to look! The limestone flag is usually grey but there are very many shades of grey.

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NOTE: This product can NOT be purchased online. If you want to buy it, please, contact us.

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