Natural Paving

Who Are Natural Paving?

The Natural Paving collection offers an unrivalled range of products, colours and finishes, to ensure that there is something available to suit every taste, project and budget.

With an ever expanding collection, they have introduced 5 new flagstones, increased the natural stone block paving range and added a trio of smooth faced cobbles. As well as launching and exclusive range of Italian vitrified porcelain paving, Vitripiazza. Designed for both indoor and outdoor use, the Vitripiazza range is the ideal way to bring the outdoors inside.

Natural Paving have also expanded the Pavetuf range, there is a new priming slurry and and jointing mortars as well as a high gloss sealant, providing a complete solution for all your hard landscaping needs.

Why Choose Natural Stone?Scan

The prominence of natural stone landscaping products over concrete equivalent is unrivalled as it provide a more beautiful and sustainable option.

Each piece of natural stone has its own unique blend of colours and tones unlike concrete equivalents where all pieces are identical and over the years aggregates start to become exposed. Natural stone is a sustainable building material as resources on earth are vast and plentiful. Although the regeneration of stone is not as visible as it is for something such as trees it is a continuous  process with natural stone having a enduring life-cycle.

As a natural product, all Natural Paving products can be used again either as reclaimed paving and/or be crushed to use for aggregates.

Unlike man-made products, stone is a truly natural product that is simply taken from the ground and processed using low energy machinery, as opposed to needing high energy fuel-burning processes that pump vast amounts of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere, like the process they use to make concrete.

Laying Your Paving

Below are 2 guides which will help anyone with laying their paving whether it be DIY or a landscaper, anyone may find these helpful.

Laying Patterns

Installing Natural Paving Stone Guide