Black paving is a popular and versatile option for any outdoor garden or patio space. Whether you’re looking for a sleek and modern look or a more natural and rustic feel, black paving can help you achieve the desired aesthetic.

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Black Granite Setts 100x100x50 Hand Cut (7m² pack)

(£80 per m²) £560.00

Black Granite Setts 100x100x100 Hand Cut (4m² pack)

(£140 per m²) £560.00

Ash Grey Porcelain Setts 200x100x100

(£60 per m²) £1,497.60
Black Paving FAQ What materials are typically used for black paving? Black paving can be made from a variety of materials such as granite, sandstone, limestone and porcelain. Each material has its own unique properties, and can provide a different look and feel to your outdoor space. Is black paving suitable for high-traffic areas? Yes, black paving is suitable for high-traffic areas. Materials like granite and porcelain are particularly durable and can withstand heavy foot and vehicle traffic. How do I maintain my black paving? The maintenance required for black paving will vary depending on the material used. In general, it is recommended to regularly sweep and clean the surface to remove any dirt or debris. For more specific maintenance instructions, it is best to consult the manufacturer’s recommendations for the specific material used. Can I use black paving for my driveway? Yes, black paving can be used for driveways. Materials like granite and porcelain are particularly suitable for driveway use due to their durability and ability to withstand heavy vehicle traffic. Does black paving fade over time? Most black paving materials, like granite and sandstone, are resistant to fading and will retain their colour over time. However, it’s always recommended to consult the manufacturer’s recommendations for specific materials used in order to ensure the longevity of the colour. How do I choose the right black paving for my outdoor space? The best way to choose the right black paving for your outdoor space is to consider your personal style, budget, and the overall look and feel you want to achieve. It’s also important to consider the specific features and benefits of each material, such as durability, maintenance, and resistance to fading.