Single Size Pack 40 Pieces (900 x 600 x 20mm)

21.6m2 / 40 Slabs
Per m² £46.99 per m²inc VAT £39.16 per m²ex VAT
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Single Size Pack 10 Pieces (900 x 600 x 20mm)

5.4m2 / 10 Slabs
Per m² £62.99 per m²inc VAT £52.49 per m²ex VAT
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£340.15inc VAT £283.46ex VAT
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1 x Sample (200 x 100 mm Slip)

0.02m2 / 1 sample
Per m² £299.50 per m²inc VAT £249.58 per m²ex VAT
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Product Summary

Kandla Grey Porcelain Paving - This light grey porcelain paving slab with riven-effect grey highlights has a realistic & natural-looking surface with straight contemporary sawn edges. Because it is a vitrified non-porous porcelain product, it offers easy maintenance and long-lasting performance, being weatherproof, frost-resistant, abrasion and scratch-resistant, and stain-resistant.

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Key features

  • Indoor Outdoor Living - walk from your kitchen or living room directly on to your terrace or patio as a seamless single floor/paving area
  • Style - stone-effect large format 1000mm x 500mm porcelain paving tiles with a straight edge
  • Durable - robust, durable, vitrified technology. Frost resistant, fade-resistant, stain-resistant, scratch & abrasion resistant
  • Low Maintenance - Once a year 1) sweep 2) apply soapy water 3) scrub the tiles 4) leave to dry it's that easy
  • Non-porous - the vitrified tiles are easy to clean, resistant to frost damage and resistant to staining
  • Slip-resistant - porcelain patio tiles have slip-resistant characteristics as they don't absorb water
  • Weather-proof - resistant to extreme heat, frost and rain, common causes of damage to standard paving
  • Keeps Its Colour - Unlike concrete and natural stone, porcelain is not affected (bleached) by sunlight, so will not fade/weather
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Kandla Grey Porcelain Slabs

These Kandla Grey porcelain slabs are vitrified, high-performance porcelain slabs. They provide superior performance, yet affordable solution for the homeowner seeking to achieve their dream patio. Ideal for outdoor living on your terrace or patio. They are designed to emulate classic India sandstone in appearance but offer the long-lasting high-performance characteristics of porcelain paving. 

Coverage

Full Pack

  • 40 Paving Slabs (900 x 600 mm)
  • Coverage 21.6 m2

Mini Pack

  • 10 Paving Slabs (900 x 600 mm)
  • Coverage 5.4 m2

 

Vitrified Slabs (Non-porous)

Kandla porcelain is manufactured to the highest of quality. Utilising pure kaolin clays and minerals, these are then fired at 1200 degrees Celsius. This elevates the slab into a different tier of Paving, as the tile is harder, more durable and has an extremely low water absorption rate. These porcelain slabs are 99.5% non-porous, which offers so many advantages over natural stone and concrete.

R11 Anti-slip finish

The tiles have R11 anti-slip rating. Any paving that is considered to be of a rating of R11 is considered to be secure for both wet and dry environments. This product is suited to all outdoor areas, terraces, balconies, indoor areas and ideal for surrounding outdoor swimming pools.

R11 rated paving is perfect for those looking for Paving Slabs that are suitable for young children playing in the garden. The anti-slip rating means this style of Paving is safer than concrete & natural stone.

Resistance & performance

Porcelain paving will not be affected by the seasonal weather changes and will not deteriorate in freezing weather conditions that can see some stone surfaces deteriorate gradually.

Key Performances:

  • Low Maintenance
  • Robust & Durable
  • Anti Slip
  • Frost resistant
  • Colour maintaining
  • Resistant to Acids & Alkali chemicals such as fertiliser and lawn treatments
  • Moss & Algae resistant
     

Colour maintaining & fade resistant

This porcelain paving will not experience colour fading. The light grey colouring will remain fixed and not fade over time through sunlight bleaching and exposure, and look the same as the day they were laid for many years with minimal cleaning maintenance.

Porcelain paving vs natural stone paving

Porcelain Paving ticks all the boxes. The price of porcelain compared to natural stone and concrete initially puts some customers off. However, you are paying for the quality and longevity of your garden. Porcelain will outlive all other types of stone and keep its looks. Typically, the slabs only account for 20-30% of the initial cost of laying a new patio. If kept well maintained, your porcelain patio will still look brand new in 10 years time.  You simply can’t put a price on slabs of this quality when looking at the long-term (10 years plus) solution for your garden.

 

Benefits of Porcelain Paving

Porcelain Paving has many advantages over standard natural quarried stones or concrete paving. These include the following:

  • Super strong & durable
  • Easy to clean
  • No need to seal
  • Easier maintenance
  • Frost resistant
  • Algae resistant
  • Non-Porous (Waterproof)
  • Better slip resistance
  • Scratch and abrasion-resistant
  • Consistent colouration
  • Fade-resistant

Porcelain Paving vs Natural Stone Paving

Porcelain paving ticks all the boxes. The material quality, improved performance characteristics, extended longevity, and lower maintenance/upkeep of porcelain paving significantly lowers lifetime-costs for any garden patio paving when compared to natural stone or concrete paving.

Porcelain will outlive all other types of stone, which will save you money in the long run; especially as typically, the slabs only account for 20-30% of the initial cost of laying a new patio installation. If kept well maintained, your porcelain patio will still look brand new in 10 years time.  You simply can’t put a price on slabs of this quality when looking at the long-term (10 years plus) solution for your garden. Because porcelain exterior tiles are vitrified (glass-like) and the material is a solid homogeneous slab, it is waterproof and impervious. This means that dirt and grime, algae and lichen cannot penetrate and get in the material of these paving slabs. This makes keeping them clean and maintaining them much easier. Simply brush off leaves and detritus and wash with warm soapy water.

 

 

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Laying Porcelain Slabs

Porcelain paving uses printed designs on the surface of the slab to create the patterns. Each pack will typically contain a variety of tile designs to ensure sufficient visual variation when you lay them. To ensure you do not lay matching patterns adjacent to one another and to ensure the blend/mix looks more varied, we advise inspecting the slabs prior to installation and determining your laying pattern. This ensures that the overall desired hue/pattern is achieved and evens out any slight colour discrepancies when laying more than one pack. Laying your patio one pallet at a time can lead to slight but visible colour banding.

Porcelain paving is non-porous and, therefore, requires a Slurry Primer to ensure it bonds properly with the bedding mortar. The priming slurry should be applied to the underside of each paving tile just prior to laying. Please refer to the laying instructions if in any doubt.

A flexible Jointing Grout should be used, and care must be taken not to let it dry on the surface of the tile. We recommend applying a protective sealant to your porcelain tiles to help prevent marking from grout residue (Porcelain Tile Protector).

To install and lay porcelain 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 ensure their bond. As porcelain is non-porous, priming slurry is essential to ensure you are able to successfully bond the slabs to the bedding mortar.
  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. Grout the joints between the paving (pointing) with exterior tile grout. We would advise using Pavestone Porcelain Tile Protector to make removing grout residue easier.

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.

Step-by-Step Patio Installation Guide

Please see our step-by-step installation guide, which includes videos for all the key steps - How to lay a patio.

If you require any additional information on laying our porcelain, please give us a call on 01993 608 824 and speak to our dedicated expert paving team.

 

Care & Maintenance

Because porcelain paving is non-porous, many of the issues that arise with concrete and natural stone paving, do not occur with porcelain outdoor tiles. Walked-on dirt and grime and washed-on soluble grime and dirt are almost guaranteed on every patio. With porcelain paving slabs, this dirt and grime is largely superficial and sitting on the surface, as it cannot penetrate the vitrified homogeneous porcelain tile. Therefore, most of this build up of grime can be dealt with by brushing down your porcelain patio with yard brush and warm soapy water, and rinsing off with a garden hose.

There will inevitably be windblown or falling detritus and organic material such as leaves, twigs, nuts, seeds and grass cuttings that come to settle on your patio. These can transfer a contact stain when they are wet/damp of natural tannin pigments (akin to a tea stain) that will leave brown marks on your slab. Obviously, the first solution is to regularly sweep off any organic material that settles on your porcelain patio. However, should the paving become stained with tannins, then Pavestone Porcelain Patio Cleaner is recommended to help remove these blemishes.

 

Specifications
  Single Size Pack 10 Pieces (900 x 600 x 20mm) Single Size Pack 40 Pieces (900 x 600 x 20mm) 1 x Sample (200 x 100 mm Slip)
No. of Pieces 10 40 1
Pack Coverage (m²) 5.4 21.6 0.02
Range Natural Range Natural Range Paving
Prod Type Porcelain Paving Slabs Porcelain Paving Slabs Sample
Material Porcelain Porcelain Porcelain
Finish Smooth Smooth N/A
Finish (Edge) Straight Edge Straight Edge N/A
Colour Grey Grey Grey
Colour Group Grey Grey Grey
Dimension (W) 900 900 200
Dimension (H) 600 600 100
None 20 20
Interior / Exterior Exterior Exterior Exterior
Pack Contents M/PACK 900 x 600 x 20 Sample
Pack Sold As Mini Pack Single Size Pack Sample
Pack Description

900x 600 Qty 10

900x 600 Qty 40

1 x sample

Pieces Description Slabs Slabs sample

Usually replenished within days