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Cutting Paving Slabs

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The accurate cutting of paving slabs is an essential part of the paving installation process and when done correctly significantly enhances the finished look of the patio. Whether cutting porcelain or natural stone, the size and type of paving will determine the type of blade to use. Using the wrong blade could result in spalling and the edges of the paving slabs chipping. This is a common problem, especially when cutting Porcelain and can have a detrimental effect on the finished look of the patio. Our range includes diamond cutting blades for both natural stone and porcelain ideal for cutting paving slabs. The high-quality blades we supply come in varying sizes and fit both small and large grinders and petrol saws. If cutting larger sized paving slabs, a table saw is highly recommended for a professional finish. Whether using a table saw or handheld saw, when it comes to how to cut paving slabs we suggest wet cutting as this results in a cleaner cut and effective dust suppression.