Forum: Block Paving
Topic: Do you get vitriied edging>
started by: spidmack

Posted by spidmack on 14 Feb. 2018,10:50
Hi I'm getting my small garden landscaped. Some of the garden will have slabs. I have read that vitrifed slabs need less maintenance. I'm considering the Stonemarket range of vitrifed slabs. I will also need some edging. Does anyone know if vitrifed edging is available?

Thanks for your help

Posted by Tony McC on 14 Feb. 2018,11:32
I haven't seen the 2018 Stonemarket brochure yet, so I'm not sure whether they do a vitrified edging but you *can* get them from Bradstone. They refer to theirs as "porcelain" rather than vitrified, but it's the same thing, really. They may not match what you're putting down, though.

Once upon a time, I used to get sent an advance copy of the Stonemarket (and Marshalls) brochures some time in Novemebr or early December, but I'm so far down the pecking order nowadays, I have to pick up my own copy from a local Landscape Centre. Stonemarket may well have "vitrified" edgings, but I just don't know.

Posted by spidmack on 14 Feb. 2018,11:52
Quote (Tony McC @ 14 Feb. 2018,11:32)
I haven't seen the 2018 Stonemarket brochure yet, so I'm not sure whether they do a vitrified edging but you *can* get them from Bradstone. They refer to theirs as "porcelain" rather than vitrified, but it's the same thing, really. They may not match what you're putting down, though.

Once upon a time, I used to get sent an advance copy of the Stonemarket (and Marshalls) brochures some time in Novemebr or early December, but I'm so far down the pecking order nowadays, I have to pick up my own copy from a local Landscape Centre. Stonemarket may well have "vitrified" edgings, but I just don't know.

Many thanks for your help. It's appreciated
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