Dry dashing has a long history of use in Ireland, as it not only enhances buildings but it also helps to protect them from the harsh weather experienced in Ireland.
Our White Limestone Dry Dashing Chippings are made from 100 per cent genuine limestone, so you can benefit from all of the unique properties of this natural stone. Harder than many other types stones used for pebble dash, the limestone provides protection for buildings, shielding it from the harsh effects of the weather in Ireland. Minimally porous, limestone does not readily absorb water, helping to keep substrates dry in order to reduce the risk of mould and mildew growth. In addition limestone chippings provide one final layer of insulation for a home to keep out the noise and help to regulate interior temperatures.
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A perfect match for any exterior, White Limestone Dry Dashing Chippings are produced from the best quality limestone. The stone is mostly pure white in colour; however, you will find small amounts of pale grey mica mixed in with the dry dashing aggregate. Every piece is uniquely shaped with distinctive angles to give you a textural variation for your dry dash finish.
If you are looking for a more colourful dry dashing aggregate that still offers all of the benefits of limestone why not check out our Limestone 10% Black Blend and our Limestone Red Brown blend, both of which include white limestone sand and a touch of coloured limestone.
Keep your buildings looking their best with dry dashing. Dry dashed walls prevent large chunks of ice from forming at ground level and keep water running off instead of soaking in, leaving you with beautiful white walls inside or outside no matter what precipitation may come.
Our White Limestone Dry Dashing is sold in a 25-kilogram bag. Generally, it’s recommended that you purchase one bag of dry dash for every 2 square meters of wall surface that needs to pebble dashing. You can also purchase the limestone sand and white cement required for your dry dash project here at Midland Stone.
Check out of page on wet dashing if you would rather go for a wet dash finish.