sandstone patio paving slabs £10.65m2 + VAT @ Pricelesspaving
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sandstone patio paving slabs £10.65m2 + VAT @ Pricelesspaving

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Found 1st Apr 2014
Thought I share this site as I recently try to find cheap paving slabs, this come out to be quite reasonable so far.

Premium quality natural Indian sandstone patio paving slabs. A true Indian classic. Still as popular as ever, the Raj Green is a subtle blend of greys, browns and subtle autumnal tones that compliment any garden space.
Perfect for patios and paths it weathers extremely well. Comes highly recommended by Priceless Paving.

The Raj Green is now also available calibrated to 22mm for ease of laying, and you can choose any mixture of the single sizes we have available.

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used this company and they were great....visit the showroom if you can and also the surrounding village.(look on website) nice place...

have a look on ebay prices may be slightly cheaper on there click the link from there website.

I've laid quite a few sandstone patios and this is the cheapest i've seen. Have some heat.

Then again the delivery spoils it if you can't pick it up.

For my own garden I paid £18 sq/metre with free delivery

Original Poster

First time paving. Not sure if the same for other companies. Be aware that the coverage includes joints allowance. They have a shop on eBay too.

for those considering paving, also look at the granite from B&Q (in clearance currently)
works out to approx £21.50 per m sq

I'm thinking of these sandstone raj green.. But thickness is only 18-25mm. Is this too thin?

18-25mm is perfect gauge, I'm in the trade, laid plenty. The larger slabs are heavy and awkward enough to lay at this thickness, definitely don't want them thicker. I'd recommended laying on a solid/continuous bed, not dot and dabbed, a mixture of sharp and soft sand mortar on a decent sub base. Also a couple of coats of sealer once finished. A good price, heat from me!

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vento21

18-25mm is perfect gauge, I'm in the trade, laid plenty. The larger slabs … 18-25mm is perfect gauge, I'm in the trade, laid plenty. The larger slabs are heavy and awkward enough to lay at this thickness, definitely don't want them thicker. I'd recommended laying on a solid/continuous bed, not dot and dabbed, a mixture of sharp and soft sand mortar on a decent sub base. Also a couple of coats of sealer once finished. A good price, heat from me!



Thanks for the tips! First time laying, quite scary, don't want to get it too bad or the missus will not be happy. Lol

Just looking at sandstone myself and have seen these on ebay. Also looking at this other company who split packs to suit any m2. ebay.co.uk/itm…3c4 at £10.20 +VAT+Delivery


I just got my garden done last week. For a slab 2 by 2 it cost me £2.50 per slab I used 65 slabs for £162.50

hiezra

I just got my garden done last week. For a slab 2 by 2 it cost me £2.50 … I just got my garden done last week. For a slab 2 by 2 it cost me £2.50 per slab I used 65 slabs for £162.50


Was that in sandstone? why not post deal?

Thanks op

hiezra

I just got my garden done last week. For a slab 2 by 2 it cost me £2.50 … I just got my garden done last week. For a slab 2 by 2 it cost me £2.50 per slab I used 65 slabs for £162.50



Where from?

Are these ok for a driveway?

are the slabs all one size? was going to have a go of doing my own patio, and same size slabs would make it a hell of alot easier for me, if they are a mixture of all different sizes i wouldnt have a clue what to do

are the slabs all one size? was going to have a go of doing my own patio, and same size slabs would make it a hell of alot easier for me, if they are a mixture of all different sizes i wouldnt have a clue what to do

good deal

amersham

Where from?

A builders merchant in sparkhill birmingham

amersham

Where from?



@ £2.50 a slab, this guys probably talking about fully dense 'concrete' slabs rather than stone or granite.

sufcdan

are the slabs all one size? was going to have a go of doing my own patio, … are the slabs all one size? was going to have a go of doing my own patio, and same size slabs would make it a hell of alot easier for me, if they are a mixture of all different sizes i wouldnt have a clue what to do



It depends on preference, I having a problem where it must be checkerboard perfect if I am using same size slabs - so I buy 10mm or 5mm spacers and get the guys to prescreed the ground with sand and also have it tampered down with a compactor/ rammer.

Other option if you are using different sized slabs is to use T spacers and randomise at your preference. You might appreciate it more and you won't have to worry about it looking perfect as the more random it is the more 'features' you will have

** I am in no way an expert in landscaping/ I am not a gardener or professional landscaper. I just love the outdoors

becareful with raj green, has a tendency to be quite porous, and will green up easily. only lay on full mortar bed, don't spot bed it or you will see the spots of cement through the stone.

In the trade and this is a hot price. Even Nasty concrete riven slabs work out at about £14 a meter around here.

I painted glue on my patio tonight, waiting for the sandstorm to come from Africa, should get a lovely sandstone effect!

Priceless real good value for money fill your boots
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