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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, very limited stock so will be gone reasonably quickly. 


We will not be able to keep any of these products for more than three days after purchase, as we need to clear the space ready for large amounts of stock  arriving soon.


Mixed batched products will have a range of colour variations within each lot, these will need to be well mixed when laying.


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


LOTS


BLOCK PAVING

(lot 66) 20sqm of Red Driveway Bock Paving £100 + VAT 

(lot 67) 10.5sqm of Brindle Driveway Bock Paving £60 + VAT 

(lot 68) 3.5sqm of Natural (Grey) Driveway Bock Paving £100 + VAT

(lot 69) 8sqm of Brindle Pencil Edge  Bock Paving £50 + VAT NOW SOLD


NATURAL STONE PAVING


(lot 41) 14 x Rainbow Pier Caps 500 x 500 x 50mm dressed edges £10 + VAT EACH

(lot 70) 19.7sqm of Storm Grey Sawn Sandstone paving SOME STAINING mixed packs £380 + VAT 

(lot 71) 19.7sqm of Storm Grey Sawn Sandstone paving SOME STAINING mixed packs £380 + VAT 


PORCELAIN PAVING

(lot 72) 65.34sqm HS Nero 900 x 600 x 20mm Porcelain Paving (Batch A7) 121 slabs £1350 + VAT

(lot 73) 21.6sqm Nero 900 x 600 x 20mm Porcelain Paving (Batch 1791) 40 slabs £450 + VAT NOW SOLD

(lot 74) 43.2sqm Nero 900 x 600 x 20mm Porcelain Paving (Batch 1791) 80 slabs £900 + VAT NOW SOLD 

(lot 75) 43.2sqm Nero 900 x 600 x 20mm Porcelain Paving (Batch 1791) 80 slabs £900 + VAT

(lot 76) 43.2sqm Nero 900 x 600 x 20mm Porcelain Paving (Batch 1791) 80 slabs £900 + VAT

(lot 77) 7.56sqm Quartz White 900 x 600 x 20mm Porcelain Paving  14 slabs £150 + VAT

(lot 78) 7.56sqm Cosmic Ivory 900 x 600 x 20mm Porcelain Paving (batch A19)14 slabs £150 + VAT

(lot 79) 5.4sqm Cosmic Ivory 900 x 600 x 20mm Porcelain Paving (batch A17)10 slabs £110 + VAT

(lot 80) 2.16sqm Earthcore 900 x 600 x 20mm Porcelain Paving (batch A40) 4 slabs £40 + VAT NOW SOLD

INTERNAL TILES

(lot 42) 5.85sqm of 915 x 457 silver shadow honed marble tiles (14 tiles) £100 + VAT

(lot 43) 57.2sqm of 610 x 406 classic travertine Chipped edge (231 tiles) £570 + VAT


ARTIFICIAL GRASS

(lot 52) Endurance 40 4m x 1m £25 + VAT

(lot 53) Endurance 40 4m x 1.1m £27 + VAT

(lot 54) Endurance 20 4m x 1.5m £25 + VAT

(lot 55) Endurance 30 4m x 1.4m £25 + VAT NOW SOLD 

(lot 56) Endurance 40 4m x 1.6m £30 + VAT NOW SOLD

(lot 57) Meadow 38 4m x 2.5m £70 + VAT - NOW SOLD 

(lot 58) Meadow 38 4m x 3.1m £80 + VAT - NOW SOLD 

    FAQs
    How to install Marble tiles?

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

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

    How much do marble tiles cost?

    There are a great range of different of Marble tiles available in the UK market, and this can have a great effect on the price of the different limestone tiles. Marble Tiles can range from £35 + VAT per sqm up to over £60 + 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.

    Are marble tiles slippery?

    You will find that all polished marble tiles are more slippery by their very nature than other finishes such natural matt or honed tiles. but if you take care walking on them in wet conditions, they are still suitable for most areas of the home, but it is better to avoid them on bathroom floors. All major tile manufacturers will have technical data sheets, that state the slip rating of their tiles, you need a COF (Coefficient of Friction) of 6 or better to be slip resistant enough for a floor.

    Are marble tiles waterproof?

    All natural stone tiles have some degree of porosity and Marble tiles are no exception, so no they are not completely waterproof. In a shower area and in 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.

    How to seal marble tiles?

    We would always recommend using an Impregnating natural stone sealer for all Marble tiles. These sealers sit under the surface of the stone, helping to prevent staining and reducing maintenance at the same time. It is important not to use topical sealer on Marble tiles, this will sit on the surface of the stone, not allowing it to breath which can cause long term damage to your tiles.

    How to polish marble tiles?

    Polishing Marble tiles is a reasonable simple process, but you need experience and the correct equipment to get good results. Basically you need to use a Diamond flooring polishing pad with a 800Grit and over to achieve a polished finish. Marble will take a very high sheen and you can go as high as 3000 grit on most marble types.

    What colour grout for marble 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.

    How to clean marble tiles floor?

    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 Marble 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.

    How to cut marble tiles?

    When cutting Marble 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.

    How much is travertine tile installation?

    You can expect the installation of Travertine 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.

    What to clean travertine tiles with?

    We would recommend that Travertine tiles are always cleaned with a PH neutral natural stone cleaner, specifically formulated for travertine tiles. These products have become widely available in Supermarkets and online in recent years.

    How to install outdoor travertine tiles?

    You can lay travertine paving / outdoor tiles in the same way you would install any natural stone or porcelain products. Basically they should be laid on a full wet bed of mortar over a compacted hardcore base deep enough for the site conditions. For further reading please follow the link to our tech guide:

    https://www.naturalstoneandtim...

    We would additionally always recommend using a slurry primer when installing Travertine paving to help bond the slabs and the sub-base together. This will result in a greatly improved installation.

    How to fix uneven travertine tiles?

    If your Travertine tiles have been installed incorrectly leaving an uneven surface also know as lippage, there are no easy solutions. To rectify the solution you can either remove the problems tiles and replace them this time correctly, or you can employ the service of a stone restoration specialist, but there are very few that would undertake this kind of work, and those that do will charge a great deal of money as it a very labour intensive process that requires specialist equipment and high cost grinding and cleaning pads.

    The link below shows a contractor undertaking this work:

    Why are my travertine tiles cracking?

    It is very unlikely that your travertine tiles are cracking on their own, there are two main reasons tiles will crack, and this is not just an issue with Travertine, but all natural and ceramics tiles will act the same.

    1. Tiles are prone to cracking if you have movement in your substrate transferring through to the surface of the tiles. Remove the cracked tile and you will see the crack is present in a similar position in your wall or floor substrate.
    2. The other option is that your tiles have not be correctly installed and are not fully covered with the tile adhesive, resulting in your tiles not having enough support which leaves them susceptible to movement and cracking.
      How often should you seal travertine tiles?

      Most good quality, impregnating sealers have a life expectancy of up to ten years, but if you are cleaning your tile regularly with strong natural stone cleaners such as Extreme Clean from Universeal Sealants, then additional coats of sealant will need to be applied, this will ensure that the surface well protected.

      How much does Travertine tile cost?

      There is a great deal of Travertine available in the UK market, but it is very important to understand that Travertine is available in different grades which can have a great effect on the quality of the stone in term of density and colour variation. Travertine can range from £20 + VAT per sqm up to over £40 + 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 in Turkey and Italy, 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 grout travertine tiles?

      You can grout Travertine Tiles in the same way you grout any other tile. The only difference is that you must seal your tiles at least once before grouting commences, or you will find that grout can enter the pores of the stone, which can be very difficult to remove if left to dry. With unfilled Travertine tiles, you might find that you need to mix up your grout to more of a slurry to ensure you get into all the small holes present in unfilled Travertine Tiles.

      How to polish travertine tiles?

      Polishing travertine tiles is a reasonable simple process, but you need experience to get good results. Basically you need to use a Diamond flooring pad with an 800 Grit. Travertine will never develop a high sheen such as granite and marble, so there is never any need to go above this 800 grit level. You need to understand that most travertine is filled and this fill is not polishable and will always remain dull compared to the polished surface of the stone, which results in a slight uneven surface finish.

      How to lay travertine tiles?

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

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

      What to seal travertine tiles with?

      We would always recommend using an Impregnating natural stone sealer for all travertine tiles. These sealers sit under the surface of the stone, helping to prevent staining and reducing maintenance at the same time. It is important not to use topical sealer on travertine tiles, this will sit on the surface of the stone, not allowing it to breath which can cause long term damage to your tiles.

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