Solid Sandstone Steps can just be laid one on top of the other with the ends supported. This saves money by avoiding the whole forming up concrete extravaganza and gives you a much more substantial result.
They usually roll out the door at about 1200mm long but we can cut them shorter too. They are 150mm thick but when laid on a 10-20mm mortar bed they'll end up 170mm rise. The overall breadth is over 300mm but to the arris line is 285mm . Which all add up to a very comfortable step.
Our solid steps laid double breadth for a whopping 600mm tread at five metres wide. That should last more than a few generations.
As simple as that
Just over lap them a little and give them some support at the ends.
Dice them up for the walls.
Yep, thats just another step cut up for the side walls.
Raw cut end $0
Most step ends are never seen or if your going to cut them anyway just get the raw end..
Rock-faced end $19
Just like the front of the step. Remember this will reduce the step about 40mm for each end that you do.
Honed end $29
For super tight joins or if that just the look your going for.