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Jointing Compound & Grout

Our epoxy-based two-bag jointing compound Pointfix has changed the way paving is jointed - it is easy to mix and use, non-staining and fast-curing, with no waste and can be laid in all weathers and also helps prevent weed growth in paving joints.

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Paving Jointing & Pointing Products

Our range of jointing products are designed to make installation easier, offering great colour choices and providing superior performance.

Pointfix

Pointfix is a superior multi-use jointing compound suitable for stone and concrete paving. It comes in two packs, with one containing the epoxy resin compound, and the other epoxy hardener. Once mixed and applied the jointing compound cures to create a permanent hard-wearing jointing material. It is manufactured in the heart of the Cotswolds on our plant at Burford Quarry.

Tile Grout

Grout is used for porcelain paving (and can be used for sawn stone) where close jointing is required. Tile grout is weatherproof, can be used for swimming pools and has anti-mould properties and can be used on both paving/flooring and walling/cladding applications.

Choice of Colours

Pointfix is available in 5 colour options and our Tile Grout is available in 7 colour options to ensure you can find the right combination to go with all types of stone, concrete and porcelain paving slabs.

Traditional Wide Joints & Smaller Format Paving

For more traditional paving with tumbled or hand-cut edges you will by necessity use wide-joints, and consequently need more jointing compound to fill the gaps between your flagstone and slabs. The same is also true of smaller format slabs - the smaller the stones, the more joints there will be.

Contemporary Narrow Joints & Large Format Paving Slabs

For contemporary sawn edge paving which can be butted flush or narrow jointed less jointing compound will be needed. Likewise, large format flagstones and paving slabs will generate fewer joints on your patio or terrace, so allow for this difference in your jointing coverage calculations.