Untreated, Rough, and Unfinished Sandstone Blocks

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Sandstone has long been appreciated as a superb building material owing to its inherent beauty, unique hues, durability and strength. These days, particular-sized sandstone blocks are also used for various residential and commercial construction projects. 

Sandstone Block
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Sandstone blocks produce not only stone slabs and tiles but also big-sized stones for making solid bollards, seats, plinths, barriers, statues, and monuments. These days, blocks of sandstone are also being used as a material for retaining walls and landscaping. In the competitive market, it is easy to buy natural sandstone blocks (direct from sandstone quarry) and reconstituted sandstone (made by crushing recycled and broken sandstone). B2B stone buyers purchase this stone for commercial purposes and resale it in the form of tiles and slabs. B2C buyers can have specific sized blocks for their garden and other domestic exteriors. With this content, all readers will know about the grading of blocks of sandstone and the availability of the stone in the Indian natural stone market.

Grading of sandstone blocks

Sandstone blocks

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It is clear that stone blocks are stone masses, extracted directly from natural stone quarries. When extracted from quarries, these blocks come with natural irregularities. Buyers also need to understand that big blocks are subject to color, quality, texture, patterns, shade, surface, and size variations. After being extracted at quarries, giant blocks are taken to factories for further processing tasks. The following are three top grades for sandstone blocks. These include:

A-Grade Blocks and Logs

  • Block size – 500 X 500 x 1000 mm
  • Ideal for – Feature walls, garden landscaping and retaining walls (commercial and civil retaining projects)
  • Imperfection types – Chipped corners, uneven surfaces, and tapering widths
  • Imperfections – Minimal imperfections
  • Logs size – 500 X 500 x 2000 mm
  • Surface – Rough and unfinished

B-Grade Blocks and Logs

  • Surface – Rough and unfinished
  • ​Blocks –500 X 500 x 1000 mm
  • Logs – 500 X 500 x 2000 mm
  • Ideal for – Feature walls, garden landscaping and retaining walls (commercial and civil retaining projects)
  • Imperfections – Some imperfections
  • Imperfection types – Chipped corners, inconsistent color, and tapering widths

C-Grade Blocks and Logs

  • ​Block sizes – 500 X 500 x 1000 mm
  • Ideal for – Height walls and landscaping
  • Imperfection types – Chipped corners, uneven surfaces, and tapering widths
  • Imperfections – Yes
  • Logs sizes – 500 X 500 x 2000 mm
  • Surface – Rough and unfinished
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Marketing scenario of Indian sandstone blocks

Landscaping sandstone blocks are widely used to create stunning landscape designs. Retaining wall sandstone blocks are also demanded big construction projects. In the same manner, sandstone logs can make a big difference in seating, steps, and landscaping enhancement. Sandstone blocks of various sizes are quite suitable for a number of commercial, civil, and residential projects.

The Indian sandstone market is capable of catering to the needs of global buyers in a professional manner. This market ensures the availability of all grades of sandstone in any quantity. The following are the top colors of rough sandstone blocks that B2B buyers can have from the Indian sandstone market. These include:

  • Black – Sagar black sandstone
  • Brown – Autumn brown, camel dust, Dholpur Beige, Kota desert, and two-tone sandstone
  • Gold – Asian gold, flowery gold, golden teakwood, and ITA sandstone
  • Green – Raj green sandstone
  • Grey – Kandla grey, L. Grey and Toksana sandstone
  • Pink – J. Pink and Modak sandstone
  • Red – Agra red, J. red, and mandana sandstone
  • White – White mint sandstone
  • Yellow – Fossil mint, Jaisalmer yellow, L. yellow, and yellow mint sandstone
Rainbow Sandstone Block
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Red Sandstone Block
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Regatta Universal Exports is a leading sandstone player involved in the process of manufacturing, exporting, and supply of stone blocks to any part of the world. The 20-year-old company caters to the need for global buyers in more than 60 countries with untreated and rough products at competitive prices.