Sandstone is formed when sand is buried under successive layers of sediment. During burial the sand is compacted, and a binding agent is precipitated from ground water which moves between the grains. In the formation process fossils, ripple marks, and animal trails may appear on the surface of the stone which have been retained when the stone has been split or cut. This enhances the product ensuring your stone is unique. Sandstone is available in a variety of colours and textures and its character and natural variation makes it a landscaping material of choice.
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