ALLOWS FOR CREATIVE INPUT
B Grade Sawn Sandstone has 4 sawn sides which produces a slightly less structured look with less consistently sized blocks. This allows for a little more creative input during construction, producing a very clean “brick-lay” patterned wall, yet still maintaining some natural aesthetic.
This B grade sandstone retaining wall we built at Ormeau is a perfect example of this.
CAN BE USED FOR CURVED WALLS
Unlike A grade sandstone we are able to use the inconsistency in the rock to our advantage. For example, it is possible to achieve a convex curvature on the outside edge of the wall without creating large gaps on the front edge, which is a key shortcoming in poorly built walls.
This B grade sandstone terraced wall that we constructed in Gleneagle, Beaudesert, is a perfect example of this.
B grade sawn sandstone has excellent diversity, from single rowed walls, up to 10+ rows high.
This B grade retaining wall, with steps and custom letter box at Ormeau utilises a single and double row to create a garden terrace, a nice way to soften the road frontage whilst still achieving a flat front yard.