Goodwill export is committed to manufacturing, supplying, and exporting ace quality cobblestone products. We process these cobblestones using advanced technology with the help of professionals. Our popular cobble categories are black cobble, grey cobble, brown cobble, mixed cobble, Scottish cobble, and green cobble. Most frequently cobblestone uses are roading, pathways, architecture, pavement, house yard, and landscaping.
Exporters of Cobblestone
Cobblestone is a clast of rock having a 64 mm-250 mm particle size. Cobble is a natural stone present in different types of colors, textures, and shapes. Cobble is a natural form of stone and does not have a uniform size and shape. It adds a touch of nature and enhances the beauty of your home.
Cobblestones are usually present in the form of sandstone cobbles, limestone cobbles, and granite cobbles. It can be used in low, high, or medium-traffic areas of homes or public places. Cobbles are not polished or finished stone, so their earthy look adds peace, feel, and tranquility wherever they are placed.
Pros and cons of cobbles?
Its popularity has drastically increased in the past few decades due to its extreme durability, fire resistance, hardness, heat & cold resistance, and attractive old-world appearance. Cobble is a weather-resistant and low-maintenance stone.
It can last for hundreds of years without losing its color and luster. There is some space between pieces, so weeds grow in the clearance. Concrete bricks are relatively cheaper than cobblestones. Cobbles have rough and uneven surfaces, making it difficult to clean off snow and dust.
Here at Goodwill, cobblestones are available in exclusive ranges of attractive patterns and textures, distinctive shapes, and eye-pleasing colors in ace quality at affordable prices.
Various Cobblestone Uses and Application:
- Driveways and pavements
- Wall exterior & interior walls
- External flooring
- Cobblestone driveways
- Cobble pavings
- Cobblestone patios
- Public and home gardens
- Railway & bus stations
- Cobblestone walkways and pathways
- Architectural & Landscape Design