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Stone Pavers

As their name suggests, stone pavers are made from natural stone. But did you know that there are loads of different types of stone pavers? From marble to travertine, and everything in between, the choice you have is almost limitless and, better yet, each comes with its own functionality and design appeal, meaning there’s a perfect choice for any space.

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At Cheap Tiles Online, we stock a huge range of both stone pavers and natural stone tiles, making it super easy to find everything you need to achieve that all-natural stone look in your home.

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Why Are Stone Pavers Good for Kitchens & Bathrooms?

While you may be more familiar with ceramic or porcelain pavers being used as floor tiles in kitchens and bathrooms, natural stone pavers also make an excellent choice for these spaces. There are a few good reasons why, too.

Firstly, stone pavers are incredibly durable, and certain materials, such as granite, are scratch-resistant, heatproof, and moisture-proof. All of this adds up to a mighty tough paver that is ideal for installing in high-traffic areas of the home.

When sealed properly, stone pavers are also very easy to clean and maintain, which is essential in kitchens and bathrooms where hygiene standards need to be kept on top of. This sealing also helps to create a non-porous surface on the pavers, making them resistant to bacteria growth and, again, adding to the level of hygiene in these spaces.

What Type of Stone Pavers Work Best?

When you start looking at stone pavers, you’ll find that you’re faced with lots of different materials to choose from. However, before you make your choice, it’s important to think about the intended use of the pavers, your aesthetic preference, and how much effort you want to put into maintaining them.

Granite is a very popular choice for high-traffic areas, as it is very durable and resistant to scratches. Likewise, travertine is highly durable and offers a softer, textured look but does require regular sealing to prevent stains.

Another popular option is marble, which is visually striking and ideal for creating a sophisticated look in your home. One thing to keep in mind when choosing marble stone pavers, however, is that it is one of the most porous natural stone materials and will need regular sealing to prevent damage.

Ultimately, the stone pavers you choose will need to work for you and your home. For those homes with heavy footfall, something tougher is the best option, whereas those looking for something bespoke may want to consider a material like marble, which comes with its own unique markings.

How Do You Keep Stone Pavers Clean?

Unlike ceramic or porcelain pavers, stone pavers need a little more attention to keep them looking good and to make sure they continue to perform well. Don’t panic, though – cleaning stone pavers isn’t too hard, and with the right materials, you’ll be easily able to keep on top of maintenance.

Regular sweeping is key when it comes to stone pavers. Use a soft-bristled brush to sweep away any loose dirt and debris, or if you’re using natural stone for outdoor tiles, use a leaf blower to blast the dirt away.

Once that’s done, take a bucket of warm water and mix in some bleach-free detergent. You can then mop the pavers and rinse them with clean, warm water. Make sure you choose a detergent that doesn’t contain any harsh chemicals here, as these can damage both the sealant and the tiles, dramatically reducing their lifespan in the process.

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