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Blue Sandstone Semi Coursed Tumbled Cladding Slips

Thickness 15-25mm approx.

£110.00 (ex VAT)

Price per Sq metre

Our Blue Sandstone is quarried in South Wales and has a classic Welsh blue colouring shot through with seams of burnished orange and grey. The semi-coursed build style is formed of relatively uniform rectangular stones of varying sizes, which are then tumbled to give them a softened, weathered effect. Our cladding slips are supplied as slim individual stone pieces cut to a thickness of 15-25mm, creating the appearance of an authentic stone wall in a fraction of the time and cost.

Blue Grey Orange



National Delivery

All online orders will be delivered by Palletways, kerbside delivery only with tail-lift and manual pump, see Delivery for full info.

Our own lorries can accommodate 10-28 bags and have a crane hiab, call us on 01981 241541 for more info.

25 Year Warranty

We recommend Laticrete adhesive for installing our stone cladding slips. Laticrete offers a 25 year warranty when applying to masonry blocks; 15 years with cement fibre board and timber-framed houses, when installed according to product specifications. Find out more about 255 Multimax Adhesive.

Speak with a Stone Specialist

Any further questions or queries please don’t hesitate to phone, email or come visit our showroom in Pontrilas and we’ll be happy to help.

Call: 01981 241541    

Colour Disclaimer

Natural stone is quarried from geological seams that are generally formed of sedimentary rock, laid down and compacted over millennia. It contains variations in colour, grain and texture; it may also include veins and seams of different compositions. It’s this inherent richness of depth that gives natural stone its unique and incomparable quality. Our website provides a general representation of how the stone looks, but is affected by how its laid, the combinations and sizes of materials, quality of light, and your device. We recommend samples before placing your order, but please remember also that no two pieces of stone are identical, even when lifted from the same quarry.