Blue Black Granite Paving
Blue Black Granite Paving will suit any modern or minimal design, and the durability and hard-wearing properties of granite paving stones will ensure that your garden or patio stays looking its best throughout the year!
Blue Black Granite Paving
Blue Black Granite Paving will suit any modern or minimal design and the durability and hard-wearing properties of granite paving stones will ensure that your garden or patio stays looking its best through the year whilst maintaining a luxury finish. Our Blue Black Granite is mid-grey in colour and will appear darker when wet, with the surface of each slab featuring a range of blue, black, white and grey speckles.
Granite Paving Stones
If you’re looking for a high-end finish with plenty of style Blue Black Granite Paving is a perfect choice! As a hard-wearing natural stone, the grey granite slabs are suitable for any areas which will see high amounts of footfall, due to their durability, non-slip and scratch-resistant properties. Well-known for being robust yet stunning, granite pavers are ideal for use on patios, paths and around pools in any domestic or commercial project.
Sizes To Suit Any Project
Blue Black Granite paving offers a wealth of design opportunities, with a range of sizes options available, you will always be able to find a style to suit the needs of your project. You can choose from a multitude of sizes, from large format pavers to smaller slabs, or a mixed-size Patio Kit, which is perfect for random laying to create a unique finish. The hard-wearing and durable natural stone paving is designed for outdoor use and will stand the test of time even in harsh weather! We even stock 25mm Granite Paving which is more suited to high traffic areas or driveways due to the added thickness. Our full range of granite is suited to the British climate offer a robust and long-lasting paving option that will last for decades.
What Is A Flamed Surface?
A lightly flamed surface texture helps the stone to retain its non-slip properties underfoot, even when wet. The texture is achieved by heating the surface of the slabs, causing some of the crystals within the stone to shatter, leaving a textured surface, ideal for exterior paving. This may be something to consider for your project, depending on the use that you expect it to see as flamed granite paving is not likely to become slippery underfoot.
Sealing Granite Paving
It’s generally advised to seal granite paving to help prevent any staining, as well as helping to prevent the growth of any moss or algae. However, sealing is not compulsory and there is a wide range of sealing products available which will provide various results. Some sealants will simply seal and protect, whereas others can be used to enhance the colour of your slabs. Sealing your granite patio will also help to protect against other general wear such as fading which can sometimes occur over long periods. As for when to apply a sealer, there are no specific guidelines and most landscapers and tradespersons will have their own tried and tested methods. Some people choose to seal their paving slabs before laying to prevent any staining during the laying process and others prefer to leave their stone unsealed for up to a year, allowing the granite to weather naturally before applying a sealant. We always advise speaking to a local tradesperson who will be able to assess the many variables within your environment and offer specific advice for your project. We offer a range of sealing and cleaning products here which are all suitable for use on granite paving stones.
From The Blog
Find out more about Granite Paving and discover the full range of options available to you, as well as the different benefits of each!
Read Our Advice On Laying A Patio
Our handy guide lists the best practices for the preparation and process of laying a patio on a mortar bed. We also cover the basics of grouting, sealing and maintenance so that you have a full overview of the process from start to finish and are fully prepared before you begin your project!
Read our Installation Guide for more.
Contact Us Today