Liquid limestone
is a mixture of concrete, crushed limestone, and other additives to
create beautiful patios, poolsides, and driveways. If you’re
looking for an aesthetically pleasing paving option that’s both
durable and versatile, then liquid limestone is the right one for
you. Being a decorative concrete product, liquid limestone can
elevate the curb appeal of your property and do so without any
compromises as it’s just as strong if not stronger than
traditional concrete.

Liquid limestone is quickly becoming the go-to concrete option
for many Australian households as it replaces the traditional
stone, concrete, and brick pavers that are commonly used for paving
projects. Aside from the spectacular look, this material is
available in a wide range of patterns, colour, and styles to suit
your desired tastes.

Since it is a liquid-based material, liquid limestone can be
contoured without the need for shaping or cutting as is the case
with brick paving. Other notable features of this material is that
it is highly resistant to sinking and subsiding, thus making it
ideal for a wide range of construction applications.

Let’s take a look at the advantages of liquid limestone and
the vast array of patterns that you can choose from.

Advantages of Liquid Limestone

As a paving material, liquid limestone offers plenty of
advantages that make it an attractive option for many homeowners.
First and foremost is the looks. When compared to its traditional
concrete counterparts, liquid limestone immediately stands out due
to its natural-looking appearance. Whether you’re looking for a
matte or polished finish, liquid limestone can be tailor-made
according to your exact specifications.

If you live in an area with a relatively warm climate (as is the
case with most parts of Australia), then you will appreciate liquid
limestone and its ability to remain cool to the touch. This is
because the material is an excellent heat absorber and will
dissipate heat quite easily.

Business establishments that want to improve their floor safety
should also consider liquid limestone as its slip-resistant
properties provide great traction underfoot, even when the surface
is wet. This makes the material suitable for hotel floors and
poolsides to help minimise the risk of slip hazards.

Lastly, liquid limestone is very easy to maintain. When sealed
properly, this material resists weed and moss growth, even when
installed in moist, humid environments. Liquid limestone paving is
built to last and you’ll get to enjoy its beautiful shine for
many, many years.

Different types of liquid limestone patterns

There are many different types of patterns available for liquid
limestone and you’re really only limited by your imagination.
From modern, jagged tile designs to a classic circular design,
liquid limestone is highly customisable and will bring added
sophistication to any home.

Here at Fluid
, we pride ourselves as one of the best liquid
limestone installers around the Perth area. The materials we use
all meet Australian Standards and are carefully selected to satisfy
the desires and requirements of our clients. Our team is ready to
recommend the best liquid limestone combinations out there to
ensure you’re getting a paving material that’s both beautiful
and functional.

We install liquid limestone patterns using machinery to
guarantee the best results. Once the poured limestone has set, we
get to work and cut the pattern to the surface for a truly
intricate design. This allows for greater flexibility in the
patterns achievable, thus giving you plenty of room to choose the
right pattern for your property.

To get a better idea of our services, make sure to browse our
project gallery. We have put together a highly experienced team,
with each member being highly committed to providing you quality
services that not only meet your expectations but exceed them.

To request a competitive quotation or to ask any questions you
may have about our liquid limestone and exposed aggregate
solutions, please do not hesitate to call us on 0421 319 997 during
business hours, or send us an email whenever convenient.


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