Paving Circle 2.4m Diameter 25 Pieces (Mixed Sizes)

25 Paving Slabs
£349.99inc VAT £291.66ex VAT
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Decorative Concrete Paving Squaring Off Kit 2.4m Diameter 16 Pieces (Mixed Sizes)

16 Paving Slabs
£197.00inc VAT £164.17ex VAT
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Product Summary

Fairford Grey Decorative Concrete Circle Feature - Designed to fit perfectly with the Fairford decorative concrete paving range make laying circles a quick & easy process.

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Key features

  • Finish - light texture to provide a natural riven type appearance with tapered / rounded corners
  • Style - decorative concrete paving with a weathered rustic / natural stone effect and shallow riven profile
  • Versatile - available in three sizes (as single size packs or as a combine contractor pack) allowing for many different laying patterns
  • Durable - concrete is less susceptible to weathering than natural stone, with less chance of it aging and changing in appearance
  • Anti-slip - ideal for outdoor paving in wet conditions
  • Applications - patios and garden paving
  • Cost-Effective - Fairford paving slabs offer great value for money
  • Colour - grey
Product details

Fairford Grey Circle Feature and Squaring Off Kits make great focal points for any garden terrace or patio and are part of the Fairford Grey Decorative Concrete paving product range. The Circle is 2.4m in diameter and the Squaring Off Kit is 2.7m2 square.

Laying Advice

To install and lay concrete patio paving slabs, you'll need to do the following steps:

  1. Measure up and mark out your patio - ensure you calculate both 1) area in square metres (m2)  and 2) the fall (slope) required for drainage.
  2. Dig out the patio area to create the substrate (220 -230 mm depth).
  3. Lay the sub-base of MOT Type-1 hardcore (compacted & 150 mm depth).
  4. Coat the slabs' underside with priming slurry to improve their bond and help prevent moisture transfer. As concrete is porous, priming slurry will help protect the slabs from moisture transfer and capillary action from beneath the slabs.
  5. Trowel-in and lay a bedding course of mortar mix (50 mm depth) immediately prior to laying each slab.
  6. Lay the paving slabs on to the mortar bed and tamp down. Ensure you leave the desired joint spacing between the slabs and the slabs are “level” to the fall.
  7. Leave to set for 24 hours, so the mortar mix can cure enough for you to walk on the slabs.
  8. Fill the joints between the paving (pointing) with jointing compound.
  9. Optional: protect your paving by sealing the slabs with a purpose made sealant (natural finish or colour enhancing).

To calculate the areas of paving in square-metres (m2), the amount of sub-base hardcore or the amount of sand and cement you'll need for the mortar mix bedding course, please refer to our paving calculators.

For the full step-by-step guide with videos for each step, see our How to Lay Patio Paving Slabs article.

Care & Maintenance

Concrete is a porous material and contains tiny capillaries and micro-fissures throughout its structure. Consequently, concrete paving is susceptible to water-based chemical erosion (acidic corrosion), physical erosion (frost action), and from staining from waterborne grime, salts and other mineral and particulate deposits. Therefore, as the UK has high winter humidity (generally 80-90%) and damp conditions are the norm, we recommend that you help protect and elongate the life of your paving by sealing the slabs against the water/damp based issues. Our impregnating sealers are designed to enter the capillaries and micro-fissures in the slabs, blocking those spaces to prevent water entering the paving.

  1. Natural finish sealer
  2. Colour enhancing sealer

In addition to sealing the slabs, we recommend ensuring you brush away leaves, dirt and other detritus regularly, especially in the autumn and winter when leaves, twigs, seeds and other windfall materials are likely to fall on your patio. If left on your paving, especially if damp, and worse still, allowed to rot down and become mulch-like, your paving will almost certainly acquire brown stains from the release of tannins from the windfall materials (think a used tea bag left on a kitchen counter for a model of what will happen).

As well as brushing off dirt and windfall materials, give your patio a hose down with water every so often. Use a low-pressure hose or keep any jet-wash far enough away from the slabs to ensure you don't damage them with the high-pressure water jet. For more stubborn stains and the build-up of grime, we recommend using a specialist non-acidic patio cleaner.


  Paving Circle 2.4m Diameter 25 Pieces (Mixed Sizes) Decorative Concrete Paving Squaring Off Kit 2.4m Diameter 16 Pieces (Mixed Sizes)
No. of Pieces 25 16
Range Concrete Circle Concrete Squaring Off Kit
Prod Type Concrete Paving Feature Concrete Paving Feature
Colour Grey Grey
Colour Group Grey Grey
Material Concrete Concrete
Finish Light Textured Light Textured
Finish (Edge) Tapered / rounded Tapered / rounded
Dimension (W) 2.4m 2.7m
Dimension (H) 2.4m 2.7m
Dimension (D) 38+/- 38+/-
Dimension (⌀) 2.4m ⌀ 2.4m ⌀
Pack Contents Kit - Circle 2.4m ⌀ Kit - Squaring Off 2.7m
Pack Sold As Kit Kit
Pack Description

2.4m Dia Fairford Circle

2.7 Fairford Squaring Off Kit

Pieces Description Paving Slabs Paving Slabs

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