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Help identifying this tile/paver

Posted by ladoladi (My Page) on
Wed, Aug 3, 11 at 9:18

Can anyone help me identify this tile/paver? I've looked high and low and can't find anything quite like this. Any suggestions as far as where to look would be greatly appreciated.

TILE OR PAVER, POSSIBLY SLATE


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RE: Help identifying this tile/paver

Looks like Glacier Quartzite to me. I have it in my entire house.


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RE: Help identifying this tile/paver

It looks like Bluestone. Very pretty but very hot on little feet.

[IMG]http://i290.photobucket.com/albums/ll272/_SCEADU_/P7070111.jpg[/IMG]

[IMG]http://i290.photobucket.com/albums/ll272/_SCEADU_/P7070123.jpg[/IMG]


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RE: Help identifying this tile/paver

Sceadu-- If that's not it, it certainly does look quite similar. Do you know where you sourced the bluestone from? I'm having trouble finding places in Florida that carry it.

Thanks.


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RE: Help identifying this tile/paver

I build in Atlanta. Let me check with my stone guy to find his supplier. As to not break any forum rules please email me direct.

info@jdmpooldesign.com


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RE: Help identifying this tile/paver

I would contact the company that originally posted the photo on Houzz where you found the picture.

I imagine they would be happy to talk to you about their work.

http://www.amslandscapedesign.com/contact/


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RE: Help identifying this tile/paver

Thanks, Goyom. I already contacted them.

Their reply was that the project is from 2003 and they'll have to go fish through old files, etc. I'm not sure I'll get any additional response...

Sceadu, thanks a bunch! I'll drop you a line soon.


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RE: Help identifying this tile/paver

Ladoladi,
Did you ever find out what it is? I"m looking for something like that too.


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RE: Help identifying this tile/paver

It is cut blue stone. Stone dealers generally sell it in uncut pallet bins around here. I am in South central NJ.

Scott


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