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Arizona Flagstone Buff Standup 1-1/4"
Arizona Buff Flagstone Select Grade 1-1/4" Minus
Arizona Flagstone Buff Standup 1-1/4"

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$34.99 will be added for each palletized or bagged material
Price Per Ton $449.00 Arizona quarry, low regional delivery rates
Inflation Fighter Sale $379.99
Savings: $69.01
Material Type: Quartzite Sandstone
Level Of Experience Required: Stone with less than 2" thickness, like this is best installed on a concrete or cement slab. These types installations require a lot of experience for best results.
Typical Time Required: Man Hours will vary according to volume of stone purchased, design and specifications.
Equipment Needed: Contractor grade wheelbarrow, heavy duty upright dolly, full level masonry saw and masonsry tool supply and hand tools.
Additional Materials Needed: Slab Walkway and Patio Setting - Cement, mortar and finishing supplies.

Quantity in Stock:250

Availability:: Usually Ships in 3 to 5 Days
Product Code: 106FST125

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Arizona Buff Flagstone Stand-up 1-1/4" Minus
Price Per Ton, Full Pallet Price

Arizona Flagstone is an evenly layered sedimentary rock that is in flat slabs of stone, which can be split at the quarry or on the job site into many useful stone applications.
Arizona Buff colors range from tan to lighter beige tones, if you want more golden or yellow color tones then look at Buckskin Flagstone and Golden Buckskin Flagstone.

Standup and Patio flagstone that is thinner than 2" is best installed on a concrete base with mortar and is typically are best install by an experienced mason.
Standup and Patio flagstone that is 2" or thicker is good with a sand, gravel, decomposed granite or cement a base is easily installed in landscapes by people with basic home improvement skills.

There is always going to be slight variance of square footage from pallet to pallet even if the weights are similar. The square foot coverage per ton of flagstone will vary with each project. Designs of the project, the average stone thickness, size of joints, pattern cuts, waste etc. will effect area coverage.

When ordering use the Purchase Order function at checkout and enter ROCK as your payment method. This will allow you to create an order for a firm transportation quote without having to pay for it at this time. While we have posted transport rates, in many circumstances we are able to ship the order to you for less. You will be given a firm cost on the whole order within a few minutes to a few hours.
Product Specifications and Uses
Arizona Sandstone Flagstone is an excellent as flagstone material. It typically stands compression tests of up to 15,000 pounds per square inch, it has abrasive resistance exceeding that of most marble and a natural non-slip surface. Since it's colorfast it can be used on interior and exterior surfaces favorable. Arizona Flagstone is commonly used as flooring, patios, pool decks, wall veneers, fireplaces, driveways, stepping stones, stairs and more.

The stone can be dry set or set with mortar. The most common practice is to make a base 2 to 3 inches deep with 3/8" Minus stone crush, often called Decomposed Granite or Crushed Stone Fines or "chat" compacted with a vibra plate or hand tamper. Class II Road Base is even better to use. Flagstone thinner than 1-1/2 inches thick should be placed on a cement slab or footings at least 2 inches thick.

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