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Stone Floor laid in Waddington Farmhouse

reclaimed stone floor

Smooth foot worn flagstones were calibrated to a uniform thickness of approximately 35 mm to be used with an underfloor heating system.  The flagstones used for this floor hinted towards buff in colour.  Prior to delivery the flagstones were coursed, in rows of equal widths and random lengths, to a room plan.  This process increased efficiency and reduced cost in laying the stone floor.

Flagstone kitchen floor

Reclaimed Yorkstone Flags

Reclaimed Yorsktone Floors


Yorkstone Floor

Flagstone floor

Thin Flagstones

The flagstone used for the step (above) was particularly worn and looks as though it could be original to the property, along with the stone floor.

Yorkstone Flags thin

stone floor


The photo above shows the flags laid in another area of the house, prior to being sealed. We always recommend using a good sealer on the stone, there are various types available including matt sealers that don’t change the appearance of the stone.  We also supplied a number of reclaimed oak beams, including the beam used for a fireplace mantle below:

reclaimed beam

We always have a large selection of Reclaimed Flagstones which have been expertly graded for interior use. To view photos of some of the other stone floors we have supplied please follow the links:

Clapham Villa

Pub dating back to the 1700s

Lancashire Edwardian Terrace

Manchester Hallway with review from Architect

Bolton Glass House & Patio

If you would like a quote or more information, please email us at: or call us on: 01772 794534.

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