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Mount Moriah Quartz Flagstone
Mt. Moriah quartzite range of colors range from earth tones of varied gray, blue-gray, brown, and cream are highlighted with silver, white, gold, peach, orange, rust, red, mauve, and deep charcoal, flecked with pinpoints of glistening mica schist. The stone is palletized as quarried, producing distinctive, multi-blend coloration.
Subtle earth tones of exquisite quartzite blend superbly with any decor, exhibiting nature's richness, strength, and grandeur, enhancing any setting - interior or exterior. Mt. Moriah Stone Imagine a stunning stone structure virtually maintenance free; imagine a material impervious to the fading effects of sun, to the devastating damage of freezing and staining, to the wear of repeated footfalls. Imagine impressive stone work patterned in a breathtaking array of color, shimmering with iridescent highlights. Imagine this, and you will experience in this quartzite building material.
Is quarried and seperated into several distinct stone types branded under;

Mt. Moriah Stone Gold Rush - pale gold with silver accents
Mt. Moriah Stone Silver - silver gray with gold accents
Mt. Moriah Stone Lone Pine - rusty gold
Mt. Moriah Stone Limelite - green with some reddish accents
Mt. Moriah Stone Mt. Moriah - greens, reds, rusts, grays

Mt. Moriah Random is quarried out of Utah in the Snake Mountain Range near the Nevada border. It has a beautiful mixture of gold, rust, tan, silver, white, and burgundy. It is available in flagstone, flooring, full veneer, snapped ledger, and thin veneer. The Mt. Moriah quartzite deposit has an extensive history behind it. In the original Bonneville Lakebed, deposits of sedimentary rock were subjected to tremendous heat and pressure causing a complete re-crystallization into layers of quartzite and coarse-grained mica schists. Quartzite containing mica breaks into flat, even layers along seams, a property called cleavage.

Flagstone is priced by the pound, we can deliver this flagstone in any quantity you need for installing a flagstone walkway or patio.
This fine-grained sandstone can be used for flagging or paving walks, driveways, and patios. It can also be used as a wall stone or as stone veneer. Our stone is delivered on pallets and we offer both select and patio grades. This stone is also is available in ledge material, saw cut material and sometimes as boulders.

Standup and Patio flagstone that is 1" thickness 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" thickness is good with either a concrete base or 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.
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Mount Moriah Quartz Flagstone Mount Moriah Quartz Flagstone

Quarried out of Utah in the Snake Mountain Range near the Nevada border. It has a beautiful mixture of gold, rust, tan, silver, white, and burgundy.

Usually Ships in 3 to 5 Days
Price Per Pound $0.39
Mount Moriah Quartz Flagstone