Granite paving slabs and granite paving stones are directly sourced from our parent Westone own quarry and factory, showcasing the incredible natural granite beauty that is perfect for contemporary residential patio gardens and commercial plazas.
These granite stones enhance the appearance of any outdoor space they grace, exuding timeless elegance with beauty. Whether used in the patio garden or commercial plazas, they seamlessly blend with any environment of plants, buildings, and furnishings, elevating their aesthetic performance.
Granite paving slabs are ideal for patio garden paving, while granite blocks are perfect for creating walkways, patios, and driveways. Our core granite colours include silver-grey and blue-grey, also named light grey or mid-grey.
We keep granite paving stones in stock here in the UK. Their sawn edges, flamed top surface texture, nominal consistent thickness, and exceptional durability with anti-slip characters, make them a fantastic choice for outdoor paving slabs.
We cater specifically to traders, landscapers, and the general public, providing consistent quality and cost-efficient prices for our silver grey and blue-grey granite paving slabs.
Key Features of Granite Paving Slabs:
- Stone Varieties: Granite Paving Slabs
- Material: Granite
- Colours: Silver Grey, Blue Grey, Mid Grey, Blue Black, Pink
- Finished Face: Flamed, Textured, Cropped, Natural Paving
- Anti-Slip: Anti-Slip
- Thickness: Nominal 20 mm, 25 mm, 50 mm
- Calibrated or Not: Calibrated or Uncalibrated
- Edge: Sawn, Cropped, Tumbled
- Country of Origin: China
Choose our granite paving slabs to transform your outdoor patio garden with the unmatched beauty and durability of granite stones. Experience the quality craftsmanship and affordability that we proudly offer through our overseas quarries and factories imported directly.
Tip: For optimal safety, place the smooth side of the granite slab facing downwards as the bottom surface. The rough side (flamed finished) should be the top surface to provide texture for a better grip. Using the smooth side (sawn face) on top could lead to slipperiness when wet. The sawn scar on the bottom is acceptable.
We strongly emphasize that granite paving should be fully bedded and not laid on dots and dabs of mortar. Avoid using uneven mortar support methods like dot bedding, dab bedding, spot bedding, or ring bedding. Properly bed the slabs for a secure and long-lasting installation.