HOW DO WE KEEP OUR PRICES SO LOW
— The way we work is different to others:
✅ Our shareholder specializes in stone quarry. This means we're able to make direct saving for our customers
✅ We also try to be as efficient as possible for supply chain
✅ We do very little advertising
✅ We have very few employees
Slate Paving Slabs
Slate paving slabs add a touch of style and charm, perfect for garden paving, patio paving, and walkway. Each of these 100% Brazilian Slate slab has its own character and tone - together these unique variations harmonies as one stunning paving.
Our Brazilian slate paving slabs usually are riven natural split face with the very flat and smooth face, the calibrated thickness with consistent depth 20mm +-1.
We sell Brazilian slate in the UK and other European countries under our brand RioSlate. Working this way gives us a lot of buying power so we can often provide a much better-quality product for less.
Consistent quality always unlike some, we don't mix batches, so we can assure you of consistency and texture. Very cheap Brazilian slate is often the result of sourcing from multiple small factories with very little quality control in place.
Slate paving brings the beauty to your garden patio paving. Slate is a beautiful natural stone that can be used to add different colours and textures to your landscape making your outdoor hardscape both functional and attractive.
As a paving slabs choice especially, slate's varying colours add a truly unique look to your patio paving. Colours range from grey and black to beautiful shades of slight greens and blues. Also, slate's non-slippery, cleft surface and hardness provide a durable, attractive paving option.
Slate paving is generally a good one of the paving stones to use outdoors (wherever you live in the UK) because it has a very low absorption rate. Overall, slate's natural water-resistance makes it a good option for the British climate.
Brazilian slate paving is available in two colours, one is black slate paving, another is grey slate paving, both of them are typically dense, hard and have a low water absorption range.