Flagstone

Natural stone flags

  • Front of the Hospices de Beaune
    Front of the Hospices de Beaune
  • Urban development in Comblanchien stone
    Urban development in Comblanchien stone
  • Comblanchien pavement in Fourqueux
    Comblanchien pavement in Fourqueux
  • Roman Opus flagstones in front of Quintal church
    Roman Opus flagstones in front of Quintal church
  • Development of the market place in Comblanchien stone
    Development of the market place in Comblanchien stone
  • Roman Opus flagstones in the place Saint Pierre
    Roman Opus flagstones in the place Saint Pierre
  • Pavement in front of Paray Le Monial church
    Pavement in front of Paray Le Monial church
  • Comblanchien pavement in Berre l’Etang
    Comblanchien pavement in Berre l’Etang
Description
Stones
Formats and finishes

Highways development requires an extremely robust stone that is both hard-wearing and attractive.  

Comblanchien Limestone has many advantages in this respect:

  • it is a French material, tried and tested for over a century on many construction projects in public areas, 
  • it displays beautiful colours in shades ranging from pink-beige to grey-beige,
  • its high-performance technical properties make it suitable for applications of all types,
  • the quarry contains sufficient deposits for many more decades of mining.

SETP also processes a wide range of hard limestones and granites. Most of the materials processed come from French quarries

 

 

Formats:

We supply flags in a wide variety of sizes, including:

Flags in strips: 20, 30 and 40 cm wide flags, in variable lengths,

Square or rectangular flags: 40 cm x 40 cm or 40 cm x 60 cm.

The thickness of the flags varies according to the usage of the area: usually between 4 and 12 cm.

The flags are usually laid with staggered joints for a more attractive appearance.

Finishes: