A bush-hammered finish is achieved using a high-impact machine or by hand using a masonry tool to uniformly pit the stone surface. This finish provides a high anti-slip resistant finish for pools, patios, and all outdoor applications and is particularly recommended for step treads and pavers, and as an accent for decorating. Pictured SEAHAZE SAND Limestone with bush hammer surface finish.
A technique initially utilizing bush hammer texturing combined with a secondary treatment to effect a smoother finish to give this highly non-slip surface a soft but functional textural finish. And, as with bush hammer or micro bush hammer finishes, this finish makes a great accent for decorating. Pictured SEAHAZE MIX Etruscan Texture surface finish.
Using extremely low grit polishing brushes to provide a “leather-type” look and feel to the stone yet providing an anti-slip surface. This subtle yet elegantly tactile surface is perfect for pool deck pavers, treads, and copings. Pictured SEAHAZE SEA Limestone SUREGRIP MOLESKIN surface finish.
A tumbled surface finish is achieved for smaller-size stone pavers, typically only available up to 16″x16″ or 24″x24″ in the past. Newer technologies now make tumbling available up to 356″x36″ pavers when a more rustic, old-world-looking finish is desired. The corners and edges are rounded, and the surface is distressed for a more ancient and weathered aesthetic. Pictured SEAHAZE MIX Cobblestones with a tumbled surface finish.
A process where the face of the stone is sheared off by the great force of chisels from around the edges. Pictured SEAHAZE SAND Limestone split face wall for interior or exterior wall projects.
A process where the face of the stone is hand-chiseled on the entire surface. Pictured SEAHAZE SAND Limestone for interior or exterior wall projects.
Cut smoothly with diamond blades yet unpolished. The sawed finish is available for driveways and other implementations when a very rustic look and high co-efficient of friction is desired. Pictured SEAHAZE MIX Limestone 4″x4″ saw-cut surface finish.
Cobbled Edge Micro Cladding
A small format saw-cut finish with hand-cobbled edges. Pictured SEAHAZE SAND Limestone Cobbled Edge Micro cladding wall veneer.
Grid Line Grooves
Rows of ¼” groove traversing the stone for drainage purposes in addition to slip resistance and aesthetics. Pictured SEAHAZE SEA (blue-grey selection) drainage (slotted) pavers are particularly desirable to ameliorate water puddling, especially around wet areas such as pools and fountains.
Sometimes known as abrasive blasting, is the operation of forcibly propelling a stream of abrasive material against a surface under high pressure to roughen a smooth surface. Pictured are Grey or Beige Terrazzo circle patterns with polished border and with heavy sandblasted center.
Sometimes known as abrasive blasting, is the operation of forcibly propelling a stream of abrasive material against a surface under high pressure to roughen a smooth surface. Pictured are grey or beige Terrazzo pavers with lightly sandblasted images/patterns decorating the surface.