Many people don’t realise that you can create a beautiful and unique driveway using natural stone or porcelain paving slabs that are just 20mm thick. We often discuss this type of driveway with landscapers and builders who struggle to trust that a 20mm thickness tile or flagstone is able to…
Author: Will Martin
Love the cottage style but not sure how to incorporate porcelain and maintain the period vibes? Don’t worry; in this article, we’ll give you tips and tricks on how to get that English country garden feel straight out of a story book. Picking the right porcelain paving for a…
Our guide as to the best practices for laying porcelain paving slabs. Throughout this guide we’re going to cover the whole process of creating your porcelain patio from preparing the sub-base to finishing the job off with the right grout.
You’ve decided you want porcelain paving, but which one is right for you? If you’ve trawled through picture after picture on the web and social media and are still confused about which paving will be right for your project, then don’t panic, we’re here to help.
Indian Sandstone paving can be confusing, especially if you’re new to it. You might have found that most landscaping supply companies that sell this type of natural stone paving often use names that don’t reflect the colour of the stone – us included!
At Forest Stone we believe it’s important to advise our clients as to the best practices in using our products. With this in mind in this piece we cover how best to lay our natural stone paving, be it limestone or sandstone, and cover the common questions you may have when undertaking a project such as this.
The foundations of a good cleaning regime for your paving can be applied to any paved area regardless of the paving material. If you undertake a basic cleaning regimen regularly for your patio area you may not ever need to use harsh chemicals except for perhaps some minor incidents of spillage or bird mess that is particularly stubborn.