Silver Grey Calibrated & Flamed 900 mm x 350 mm x 30 mm Granite Pool Coping / Step / Bullnose
Only £ 22.99 each fully inclusive of VAT .
Silver Grey paving coping / steps / bullnose for both traditional and contemporary design.
They can be laid inside or outside, enabling a natural transition from home to garden.
Suited to the British climate, natural Granite paving tiles are frost resistant.
They will weather to give a natural appearance enhancing your patio, path or driveway .
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As with all our stone collection is welcomed from our warehouse & yard in Plumpton Green, East Sussex a short drive from Richmond in London or delivery can be arranged throughout the UK & Europe including Reading in Berkshire.
We have over 5,000 m2 off sandstone paving, paving slabs in stock available for collection from our warehouse in Sussex or we can deliver anywhere within the UK or Europe. Click here to view our location or you can contact us on 01273 891144 to discuss your requirements.
If you would like to receive a sample of any of our paving products then this can be undertaken via the link below .
As with all natural stone Silver /Grey Granite paving can suffer from variation in depth of colour/tone so grading before installing is very much recommended .
Some natural stone paving units may contain a small iron content and when in contact with moisture can oxidise causing rust like marks to the surface of the paving ,this is a natural undertaking and ,if deemed unsightly, there are proprietary brand cleaners on the market especially formulated for rust removal.
Granite slabs will sometimes suffer slight bowing due to the engineering process, this is not unusual and will be be apparent within a percentage of orders.
During the "flaming" process to the surface of the slabs - whereby high heat causes the individual grains in the stone to burst , and change colour , and chips to become uneven , this can sometimes affect the corners/edges of the stone as a consequence , and small chips may be visible on occasions - this is nothing to be concerned about however and is not unexpected with materials that undergo this process .
We would recommend sealing these slabs and treating with a primer .