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CLEARANCE PRODUCTS

We have a range of end of line products available at clearance prices, all slabs and tiles are in excellent conditions, but packaging will be damaged and unsightly.

If you are interested in any of the below products, please call 02392 652923 to place your order.


We will not be able to keep any of these products for more than three days after purchase.

We will not split any of the lots into smaller amount unless marked.


LOTS


NATURAL STONE TILES


(Lot 87) Cappuchino Opus Pattern x 12mm tumbled marble tiles , (8 opus packs) 5.92sqm £100+ VAT

(lot 103) Classic Honed Unfilled Travertine tiles 900 x 600 x 15mm (115 tiles) 62.1sqm £1100 + VAT NOW SOLD

(lot 108) Cappuchino Tumbled Marble Opus pattern x 12mm (41 packs) 30.50sqm £600 + VAT

(LOT 112) Nuance Travertine tiles 610 x 406 x 12mm (27 tiles) 6.68sqm £140 + VAT

(Lot 115) Galala Limestone (light beige) 900 x 600 x 15mm (33 tiles) 17.82sqm £300+ VAT

TRAVERTINE MOSAICS


Mixed Travertine mosaics 48 x 48 x 10mm £10 + VAT PER SQM (limited stock please call for details)

Mixed Travertine Mosaics 24 x 24 x 10mm £10 + VAT PER SQM (limited stock please call for details)

Classic Travertine Mosaics 100 x 48 x 10mm Brick Mosaics £10 + VAT PER SQM (limited stock please call for details)

NATURAL STONE PAVING


(Lot 91) Storm Grey Sawn Paving STAINED 600 x 600 x 20mm (12 slabs) 4.32sqm £133 + VAT

(Lot 93) Storm Grey Sawn Paving STAINED (4 mixed sizes) 1 Full Crate - 19.70sqm £380 + VAT NOW SOLD

(Lot 94) Storm Grey Sawn Paving STAINED (4 mixed sizes) 1 Full Crate - 19.70sqm £380 + VAT NOW SOLD

(Lot 97) Storm Grey Sawn Paving STAINED (4 mixed sizes) 1 Full Crate - 19.70sqm £380 + VAT

(Lot 101) Storm Grey Sawn Paving STAINED (900 x 600 x 9slabs, 600 x 600 x 9 slabs, 600 x 290 x 3 slabs, 290 x 290 x 6 slabs) 9.12sqm £260 + VAT


(lot 106) Black Limestone 300 x 300mm x 96 slabs (8.64sqm) £140 + VAT



PORCELAIN PAVING



(Lot 117) Light Grey Quartz Porcelain Paving Planks 900 x 200 x 20mm (over 200sqm in stock) £18+ VAT PER SQM

(Lot 118) Earthcore Grey  Porcelain Paving Planks 900 x 200 x 20mm (over 200sqm in stock) £18+ VAT PER SQM

(Lot 116) Limestone Beige Porcelain Paving 900 x 600 x 20mm 24.3sqm (45 slabs) Damage to underside of slabs, and some corners £240 + VAT

ARTIFICIAL GRASS

(Lot 1) Endurance 40 3.8m x 1.5m - 5.7m2 - £35+ VAT

(Lot 2) Endurance 30 4m x 1.7m - 6.8m2 - £40+ VAT

(Lot 3) Super Soft 20 2m x 17m - 34m2 - £75+ VAT

(Lot 4) Meadow 38 4m x 1.6m - 6.4m2 - £45+ VAT

(Lot 5) Endurance 30 4m x 1.8m - 7.2m2 - £40+ VAT 

(Lot 6) Ample 20 2m x 4.8m - 9.6m2 - £25+ VAT

(Lot 7) Moorland 30 4m x 3.7m - 14.8m2 (This product is defective and has some lines in) £50+ VAT

(Lot 8) Moorland 30 4m x 3m - 12m2- £100+ VAT

(Lot 9) Endurance 30 4m x 1.5m - 6m2 (This product is defective and has some lines in) £10+ VAT

(Lot 10) Endurance 40 2m x 5.5m - 11m2- £60+ VAT 

(Lot 11) Endurance 30 4m x 1.7m - 6.8m2- £40+ VAT

(Lot 12) Endurance 30 4m x 1.9m - 7.6m2 -£45+ VAT

(Lot 13) Endurance 30 4m x 2.7m -10.8m2 (This product is defective and has some lines and imperfections) £10+VAT

(Lot 14) Endurance 40 4m x 5m - 20m2 -£230 + VAT

(Lot 15) Endurance 40 4m x 4m - 16m2 -£85+ VAT

(Lot 16) Moorland 30 4m x 6m - 24m2 -£280+ VAT

(Lot 17) Meadow 38 4m x 1m - 5m2 - £40+ VAT

(Lot 18) Endurance 20 4m x 12.3m - 49.2m2 -£460+ VAT

(Lot 19) Endurance 40 4m x 5.6m - 28m2 -£320 + VAT

(Lot 20) Meadow 38 4m x 5.3m - 21.2m2 -£260+ VAT

(Lot 21) Endurance 40 4m x 4.1m - 16.4m2 -£185 + VAT

(Lot 22) Moorland 30 4m x 1.2m - 4.8m2- £55 + VAT

(Lot 23) Moorland 30 4m x 3.1m - 12.4m2- £55 + VAT

(Lot 24) Endurance 40 4m x 4.5m - 18m2 -  £200 + VAT

(Lot 25) Meadow 38 4m x 2.4m - 9.6m2 - £55 + VAT 

(Lot 26) Endurance 40 4m x 1.1m - 4.4m2- £45 + VAT

(Lot 27) Endurance 30 4m x 9.1m - 36.4m2 - £390 + VAT

(Lot 28) Endurance 40 4m x 3m - 12m2 - £75 + VAT

(Lot 29) Endurance 20 4m x 15m - 60M2 - £560 + VAT

(Lot 30) Super Soft 20 4m x 21.7m - 86.8m2- £150+ VAT

(Lot 31) Super Soft 20 2m x 22.9 - 45.8m2- £100 + VAT 

(Lot 32) Super Soft 20 2m x 21.5m - 43m2 - £100 + VAT

(Lot 33) Super Soft 20 2m x 15.9 - 31.8m2 - £75 + VAT

(Lot 34) Ample 20 2m x 11.7m - 23.4m2 - £70 + VAT

(Lot 35) Super Soft 20 2m x 6.6m - 13.2- £35 + VAT

(Lot 36) Ample 30 2m x 13.4m - 26.8m2 - £70 + VAT

(Lot 37) Endurance 30 2m x 16.6m - 33.2m2 - £360 + VAT

(Lot 38) Endurance 20 4m x 5.4m - 21.6m2 - £230+ VAT

(Lot 39) Moorland 30 4m x 3.7m - 14.8m2 - £65 + VAT

(Lot 40) Super Soft 20 4m x 8m - 32m2 - £70 + VAT

(Lot 41) Endurance 40 4m x 3.7m - 14.8m2-  £65 + VAT





 


SLEEPERS

Old Thin Oak Sleepers 200mm x 75mm x 2.2m £10+VAT each (sleepers have aged to grey colour)



    FAQs
    How to cut slate tiles?

    When cutting Slate tiles, it is best to use a diamond blade, and preferably a good quality wet cut tile bench or 4 ½ inch angle grinder, ideally with water feed machinery to reduce the amount of dust produced and to provide a successful cut through the tiles.

    How to lay slate tiles?

    Slate tiles can be laid the same way as standard ceramic or porcelain tiles, but with the exception of cutting which will require a wet cutting bench or grinder with a high quality diamond blade. For more information on slate tile installation please following the link below:

    https://www.naturalstoneandtimber.co.uk/indoor-tiles-and-mosaics-installation

    How thick are slate tiles?

    The thickness of slate tiles depends on what they are being used for, internally you will normally see tiles ranging in thickness between 8mm to 12mm, for external applications they will normally be between 20 – 25mm in thickness.

    Are slate tiles durable?

    Yes slate tiles are extremely durable and make an excellent internal tile, it is important to use the correct finish tile in the correct place, honed / polished Slate tiles are not really suitable for floor installations as they can be easily scratched.

    How to polish slate tiles?

    Polishing Slate tiles is a reasonably simple process, but you need experience to get good results. Basically, you need to use a Diamond floor polishing pad with a 800 Grit or higher. On slate you would firstly need to hone the surface of the tiles flat, before starting the polishing process, so polishing a Slate tile with a riven surface will not be possible.

    How many slate tiles per square?

    How many slate tiles you get per square metre really does depend on the size of the tiles. Establish the width and length of the tiles in mm, multiply these together, this will give you the area of the tile, then divide 1 x this area and this will give you the amount per sqm. Example below:

    600mm x 400mm size tiles (0.6 x 0.4 = 0.24). 1 / 0.24 = 4.166 giving you just over 4 tiles per sqm in this size

    How are slate tiles made?

    Slate tiles are a natural quarried product that is extracted in large blocks and then sawn to the desired size and naturally split by hand to the specified thickness required for the end use.

    What adhesive should I use for slate tiles?

    We would also recommend using a flexible S1 rated tile adhesive when installing slate tiles, in either a grey or white colour. Always start by laying the thickest tile and then build up thinner tiles with the adhesive up to the recommend maximum thickness.

    What to clean slate tiles with?

    Daily cleaning is important, wipe up any spills immediately and sweep floors every day with soft broom to stop any build-up of dirt. Mop Slate floors weekly with clean water and gentle PH neutral cleaner at the recommend ratio shown on the bottle. For walls we would recommend using the same process but with a clean damp cloth. This is an excellent way to prevent build-up of dirt and debris and keep your natural stone tiles looking prefect.

    On occasion you can apply a coat of Slate Oil to bring back the lustre of the natural slate, this will also offer some protection against staining.

    What are Slate tiles?

    Slate is a foliated, fine-grained metamorphic rock derived from an original shale-type sedimentary rock composed of clay or volcanic ash that shows no clear compositional layering, but can be easily split into thin slabs and plates. Because it is a good electrical insulator and fireproof, it was used to construct electric switchboards in the early 20th century. Slate having those properties and great thermal stability makes it a top choice for a fireplace hearth and an area with underfloor heating.

    Are slate tiles good for an outdoor patio?

    We would always recommend using thicker slate for external usage and the standard 8 or 10mm slates use for internal applications. They would need to be at least 20mm thick to give them the required strength for external applications. Slate is the ideal material for patios as its extremely dense and hardwearing and will last for decades if installed correctly.

    Are limestone tiles good for floors?

    Limestone tile are a good option for all floor types, as it is very hard-wearing and easy to keep clean. It is also a good option when installing underfloor heating as Limestone tiles retain the heat well and help distribute this heat evenly through your house.

    Are limestone tiles high maintenance?

    Limestone is a material that will require some level of maintenance if you want to maintain its natural beauty. Limestone is a porous stone so it has to be sealed during installation to protect it from stains, but apart from that and some regular maintenance its relatively low maintenance.

    How to cut limestone tiles?

    When cutting Limestone tiles, it is best to use a diamond blade, and preferably a good quality cut tile bench or 4 ½ inch angle grinder, ideally with water feed machinery to reduce the amount of dust produced and to provide a successful cut through the tiles.

    When to seal limestone tiles?

    You should always apply one coat of sealant before grout but after installation and cleaning, then another coat directly after you have completely finished grouting, ensuring all residues are cleaned off first.

    How much to lay limestone tiles?

    You can expect the installation of Limestone tiles to be in line with all other materials and in the region of between £35 – £50 per sqm depending on the complexity of the installation.

    How much does limestone flooring cost?

    There are a great range of different of Limestone tiles available in the UK market, and this can have a great effect on the price of the different limestone tiles. Limestone Tiles can range from £22 + VAT per sqm up to over £50 + VAT per sqm, but it important to select the best quality product you can afford. We would always recommend going to a company that imports directly from the quarries, as they will be able to offer the best price and normally a better product, due to their direct relationship with the quarries.

    How to clean limestone tiles?

    Daily cleaning is important, wipe up any spills immediately and sweep floors every day with a soft broom to stop any build-up of dirt. Mop Limestone floors weekly with clean water and gentle PH neutral cleaner at the recommend ratio shown on the bottle. For walls we would recommend using the same process but with a clean damp cloth. This is an excellent way to prevent build-up of dirt and debris and keep your natural stone tiles looking prefect.

    Are limestone tiles waterproof?

    All natural stone tiles have some degree of porosity and Limestone tiles are no exception, so no they are not completely waterproof. In a shower area and wet rooms additional tanking will be need, but this is no different to any other tile types, all walls will need tanking if in constant contact with water.

    What colour grout for natural stone tiles?

    As a rule of thumb, you would normally try to match the colour of the grout to the tiles you have selected, but just going with a standard off white colour will generally work with all tile colours, blending with the lighter ones and contrasting with darker coloured tiles. This really is a personal choice and we would recommend doing a test mix with a couple of different colour options before starting the grouting.


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