Sienna Porcelain Paving
Sienna™ Paving is a Stone Zone exclusive - Premium Porcelain Paving at an Affordable Price.
Sienna Anthracite Black Porcelain, also termed to as Anthracite Cathedral is a paving that will be ideal if you want to depth and complexity to any outdoor or garden area. Living up to its name, the Anthracite Black comes in a dark grey shade that goes even darker when damp.
Sienna Porcelain Paving is a classy and sleek porcelain garden stone paving that incorporates both a stylish look as well as the traditional features of natural stone paving. The Sienna is a luxurious range and will surely elevate any outdoor space.
As well as being aesthetically pleasing, this range also possesses useful attributes such as being frost-proof, long-lasting and completely non-slip; achieving a skid value of R11. With a nearly polished surface, this paving is ideal for the pool-side or areas frequented by children without worrying about any accidents occurring.
Sienna Anthracite Black Paving for Your Garden
With its deep grey tones and a chic finish, the Sienna Anthracite Black Porcelain Paving is a popular choice for people who enjoy dark colors and want to create more monotone yet attention-grabbing atmosphere.
Sienna Paving can also be perfect for both the interior and the exterior of your home due to the ease in which you can install them.
Available in Sizes
900mm x 600mm x 20mm
600mm x 600mm x 20mm
Patio Packs: a mixture of sizes: 900 x 600, 600 x 600, 600 x 300, 300 x 300
Take Note: If you wish to buy smaller amounts. such as only one paving slab, please call 01202 874207 for all quantities.
What is the Difference Between Porcelain and Sandstone?
Porcelain and Sandstone Paving are paving slabs of varying qualities.
Porcelain Paving is a manufactured stone that has been created to simulate natural stone paving, with some stand-out qualities compared to natural stone paving.
This manmade Porcelain Paving has been vitrified, ensuring their top quality. Vitrifying means the paving slabs are developed from high-quality pure clays and minerals such as Quartz, heated to 1200 degrees Celsius, ensuring high durability and very little absorption. This process has resulted in Porcelain Paving often being referred to as 'glass like'.
Vitrified Porcelain means the paving will not be porous and be waterproof as well as mould, moss and frost resistant. It also maintains its R11 skid value, being non-slip and safe for pool-sides and areas with children.
Contrarily, Sandstone is derived naturally stone that is developed in Indian Stone quarries. Sandstone paving slabs are porous in nature and which enables them to allow water to pass through.
It can be assumed that being because Sandstone Paving is porous, it is a more environmentally conscious choice because it is able to absorb rain water, which in turn will hopefully aid with flood prevention.
However, keep in mind that Porcelain Paving does not require much upkeeping, the surface texture will not deteriorate and the colour will not face no matter how much time goes by.
Whereas Sandstone will require a little preservation, notably, you will need to seal the paving on a regular basis to prevent the colours from fading away. However, gradually as time passes, the colouring will naturally lighten to paler shades that will give the paving a more aged and time-honoured look.
Buy With Confidence
- Our paving can be purchased in quantities of 5 square metres.
- Please enter the amount of 5 sqm you need (for example 20sqm would be 4 x 5sqm).
- All of our paving comes in crates which can be easily placed into a van or into a garden using a hiab lorry.
- You can choose a free collection from one of our Depots or fuss-free, home delivery.
A Service You Can Rely On
- Our reliable service offers punctual delivery to any area in the UK
- Stone Zone is a family-run establishment that has been well-loved since 1998
- Our insightful customer advisors can help you with your purchase
- We pride ourselves on offering a wide range of affordable garden supplies
Sample slabs are available in-store, please ask a customer advisor.