Paving assortment B&Q Sutton
Get your paving at B&Q Sutton in Sutton! Paving creates the perfect all-weather surface for your garden: no more damp, muddy socks after an ill-advised trip across a patch of grass to pick some beans for tea as with paving you can rely on walking in comfort on a hard dry surface.
A handsome area of paving is a real long-term investment that will look good for many years to come. Paving is part of the permanent bone structure of your garden – get your paving right, and the rest will follow.
Choosing the perfect paving from B&Q Sutton in Sutton
There's an encyclopaedic range on offer at the paving centre here in Sutton so come and browse through their display area and see what paving you like. The team is always on hand to answer your questions and advise: they're also happy for you to take samples home just to make doubly sure they're right for you.
Try to match the colours and textures of the material your house is made from. You'll find a wide choice of finishes in your Greater London garden centre, each with a slightly different effect. Riven stone has a rougher surface for a natural look; sawn stone is smooth and contemporary. Concrete is a good budget substitute with a range of realistic finishes.
Ways with B&Q Sutton paving
Paving serves so many uses in the garden and can become a feature in its own right. From driveways to pathways and patios to paved pergola bases there's a paving solution for every design problem.
There's no need to stick to one kind of paving, either: create textural contrast and interest by combining two different kinds of paving – a line of brick paviours to break up York stone squares, perhaps, or a pre-cut paving circle kit, available at B&Q Sutton, to make a fetching centrepiece for a patio.
Looking after your paving
Once your paving is laid you'll be so proud of it you'll want it looking its best for many years to come. You'll find everything you need for ongoing maintenance to keep your paving perfect at B&Q Sutton.
An annual scrub with hot soapy water, preferably just before winter, removes algae and stops your paving becoming slippery. Weeds also inevitably find their way into even the best-laid paving in time: tackle them with a weeding knife, or for larger areas a flame gun. Long-lasting weedkillers are a low-maintenance