Limestone is a proven material and known for its strength and durability. Countrywide Landscaping use only the highest quality stone that come quality assured and tested by our suppliers.
There are generally 3 types of limestone available.
Reconstituted limestone is a cement based product, mixed with natural limestone. These blocks have brilliant adhesive qualities, are heavier and denser than its natural alternative making them the superior choice of block for retaining large areas. Even if left unsealed, this product tends to keep to its original colour for longer than natural stone.
Natural limestone blocks are lighter and less dense than other types of limestone. When constructed correctly, natural limestone will work as effectively as reconstituted limestone. However, these blocks have a higher chance of discolouration and attracting mould in damp or shade areas if not properly sealed.
Natural earth blocks are manufactured the same way as reconstituted limestone, with a cement base and natural materials sourced from the Perth Hills. It is the strongest and densest of the 3 different types of blocks. Its natural earth colour and texture blends cohesively into our Australian landscape, offering an idyllic alternative to a more traditional limestone look.
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No matter what size project, we like to work closely with our clients to understand their needs and to help them create a clear vision and design for their landscape. We then work hard to transform their vision into reality. In the process we carefully consider client budgets. We also like to embrace existing architecture, surrounds and geography.
We provide landscaping across the Wheatbelt region in Western Australia including Northam, York, Beverley, Brookton, Bruce Rock, Merredin, Cunderdin, Dalwallinu, Dowerin, Kellerberrin, Moora, Quairading, Wongan Hills and Goomalling.