Flagstone is the most popular item here at Hillside Stone & Garden, and for that reason we carry a large variety of sizes, thicknesses and colours. Flagstone can be used to create both dryset patios or walkways, setting the stones down into a bed of cart path or sand.
It can also be used with mortar to create a more permanent patio or pathway as well. Thin flagstone (3/8"-3/4") can also be used as a veneer for a fireplace, outdoor bbq or house exterior.
Check out our new product line of Flagstone from India:
Below are some examples of the most popular options we carry:
We have a very large variety of bluestone. It is availale in an irregular in both an inch or an inch and a half thickness. We also carry a cut product that comes in both an inch or inch and a half thickness and a large variety of sizes including: 12x12, 12x18, 18x18, 18x24, 24x24, 24x30, and 24x36. We also have a tumbled version also in a variety of sizes as well as slabs and stair treads.
Pallets of Bluestone arrived by container from Pennsylvania
FLAGSTONE WALL OF FAME
HERE ARE SOME OF THE FLAGSTONE PROJECTS COMPLETED WITH HILLSIDE PRODUCTS
Shown here is a job completed with three part mix of Cowboy Coffee, White Mist and Birch Creek. Completed by a local mason, Mark, with Keystone Masonry:
Shown here are jobs completed with planking, a cut version of the quartzite flagstone. Shown on the left is a large driveway completed with cowboy coffee, and on the right is a foyer completed with the sunset gold version. Providing that rustic stone look with a clean finish:
Shown here is a landscape completed with Sunset Gold flagstone, RMQ Wallstone as well as RMQ stair treads:
Shown here are some examples of flagstone set right into grass. The one on the left was finished with Cowboy Coffee, the one on the right is a Mill Valley Sandstone:
Shown here are some areas of our showroom floor where we combined different colours of flagstone to add dimesion. On the left is a mix of Cowboy Coffee and White Mist, on the right is a combination of Birch Creek and White Mist:
Shown here is another area you could take a closer look at just outside of our showroom, this here is a combination of Sockeye Flagstone and Park Valley Green Flagstone divided with a River Flat boarder sealed with a gloss sealer to enhance the colour:
Here are some more examples of flagstone dryset into a gravel. On the left is a Park Valley Green set into a cart path. On the right is a mix of Cowboy Coffee tumbled stepping stones and Glacier tumbled stepping stones surrounded by a crushed Desert Tan decorative gravel: