Rectangle Paving Slabs
Looking for a way to add a touch of elegance to your outdoor space? Check out our rectangular paving slabs! Made from durable materials such as sandstone, limestone and porcelain, these slabs are perfect for creating pathways, patios, and more. Plus, their simple rectangular design will complement any landscape. Order yours today and get ready to enjoy your new oasis.
Rectangular paving, much similar to square paving slabs, has an aesthetically pleasing geometric design. The slabs can be used for a variety of purposes including garden patios, pathways and driveways. You can choose from a range of colours to create an elegant outdoor space. Order your rectangular paving slab today!
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What size are rectangular paving slabs?
Rectangular shaped paving slabs come in a range of different sizes here at Paving Shopper. Here’s a list of our rectangular paving measurements:
How to lay rectangular paving slabs?
If you’re looking to lay your rectangular paving slabs yourself, we’ve got you covered. Just follow these simple steps and you’ll have them installed in no time:
1. Begin by preparing the area where you’ll be laying the slabs. This means clearing away any debris and leveling the ground.
2. Once the area is prepared, start by laying the first slab in the corner. Then, continue laying the rest of the slabs in a row until you reach the end.
3. If you need to cut any of the slabs to fit, use a saw or power cutter. Just be sure to wear safety gear while doing so.
4. Once all of the slabs are in place, fill any gaps between them with sand or gravel.
5. Finally, give the area a good sweep and enjoy your new paving!
Laying patterns for rectangular paving slabs
If you’re looking for some inspiration on how to lay your rectangular paving slabs, we’ve got you covered. Check out these popular patterns:
– Stack bond: This is a classic laying pattern in which the slabs are laid side by side in a straight line.
– Herringbone: This pattern is created by laying the slabs in a zigzag formation. It’s a great way to add interest to any space.
– Basket weave: As the name suggests, this pattern resembles a basket weave. To create it, alternate laying the slabs in a horizontal and vertical direction.
– Ashlar: This pattern is created by offsetting the joints of each slab. It’s perfect for creating a sophisticated look