Patio Paving Slabs / Garden Slabs

Whether it is porcelain or Indian sandstone, basic or stylised, Timberstore offers an excellent range of garden and patio paving slabs. Made from high-quality natural stone, they are excellent for any outdoor space, and not only do they look excellent, but they’re also stylish and practical.

If you’ve been looking for paving products online to take your patio or garden to the next level, you won’t go wrong with our products. Check them out below!

Paving Slabs from Timberstone

At Timberstore, we offer both porcelain and Indian sandstone paving slabs, two of the most popular, sought-after, and attractive options for patios and gardens.

Why Buy Timberstone’s Porcelain Slabs?

  • Excellent durability: Porcelain slabs are one of the most durable options out there. Not only are they scratch-resistant, but they also withstand great amounts of weight.
  • Moisture and fire-resistant: The UK is humid. Your garden even more so. You need slabs that are moisture-resistant and won’t corrode and get damaged when exposed to water. This is exactly where Porcelain slabs deliver. Made of high-quality natural stone, they’re highly resistant to both moisture and high temperatures, making sure your garden and patio slabs will always look their best.
  • Low maintenance costs: Maintaining a beautiful garden can be quite expensive, and you don’t want to add additional costs to it by buying low-quality paving stones and slabs. Once you buy Timberstone’s carefully sourced porcelain slabs, you can be sure they’ll last for a long time with minimal maintenance.

What Makes Our Indian Sandstone Slabs Special?

  • Unique aesthetics: sandstone slabs offer a unique aesthetic that’s not easily replicable, and here at Timberstore, we offer a selection of different designs you can choose from. You can find one that truly matches your garden/patio’s aesthetics and takes it to the next level.
  • Environmentally friendly: Sandstone is not only environmentally friendly during its extraction and transformation into sandstone, but it is also really easy on your home’s ecosystem and environment making it an excellent choice for garden paths.

Choose the right paving slabs and order them through Timberstore. Whichever you choose, we guarantee the best quality products at unmatched prices in the UK. We carefully source our garden and patio slabs from reliable partners and make sure each one meets our quality standard. If you’ve always wanted to upgrade your home, this is your chance!

Garden Paving Slabs FAQ

Do You Need to Cement Paving Slabs?

Slabs are installed on a mortar mix that often, but not always, includes cement as part of its composition. Though cement isn’t always necessary when laying down paving stabs, it is generally recommended. Cement makes the paving safer and more secure among other benefits.

The silver lining, installing paving slabs is easy and straightforward regardless of the mortar mix you use. So it shouldn’t present an issue.

What Is Best to Put Under Paving Slabs?

Though it depends on the type of the paving slab, your environment, and the foundation of your building, generally speaking, a 4:1 to a 5:1 ratio of sharp sand to cement will be a very decent mortar mix on which you can lay your stabs.

Getting the ratio right is important as it will impact the longevity of your pavement, but as long as you get the ratios correct and you buy high-quality paving slabs from reputable providers like Timberstore, you should be fine!

Can You Lay Slabs on Soil?

The short answer is yes, it is technically possible to lay slabs on the soil without additional preparations.

The long answer: Though yes it is possible to lay slabs on the naked soil, it is not recommended as it will meaningfully impact the quality of the installation, especially if the type and composition of the soil is undesirable.

There are steps you can take to improve the quality of the installation. These include digging the soil, making sure it is even before installation, cleaning up any debris, etc. Though, ultimately, as we said, this isn’t recommended.

Should I Lay Slabs on Sand or Cement?

Neither. Typically, slabs are laid on a mortar mix that is a mixture of both sand and cement. However, the precise measurements vary somewhat depending on the type of the paving slab and the soil.

If you prepare a proper mortar mix and buy high-quality porcelain or sandstone slabs from shops like Timberstore, you’ll have attractive, reliable, and durable paving.