Circular patios go by various names like patio circle, circle paving, stone circle, or circle kit. But no matter what you call it, the end result remains unchanged. Your circular patio will enhance the beauty of your garden.


Whether you aim to create a stunning garden centre piece, a solid area for hosting gatherings, a charming spot for relaxing in the sun, or anything else – a paving circle is an excellent option. It brings charm and elegance to any outdoor area.


Color :-

We have circular patio kits to suit any desired aesthetic for your paved circle. Our selection includes a variety of colors to complement your home, garden, and personal taste.


For a bold and dramatic vibe in your garden, we suggest darker paving circle kits. But if you prefer a softer atmosphere outdoors, check out our selection of light-colored patio circles. You could even match the paving circle slabs with stepping stones to create a charming winding path leading to the gentle paving circle at the end of your garden.



Regardless of the design you choose for your circular patio, you can trust that our Indian stone & Porcelain circle paving kits are made from top-quality materials. We offer a variety of Indian sandstone & Porcelain circle patio kits to choose from.


Think about how you want your circular patio to appear. Take a look at your garden and think about which colors and materials will best enhance it. This will make it easier to choose the perfect circular patio kit for your home and garden.



Step-by-Step Guide to Installing a Stone Circle Patio Kit:-


For laying your round patio, you'll need a few things. Start with a full bed of mortar. Be careful with mortar because it can burn your skin if it's wet, so wear proper protective clothing.


You'll also need some basic tools for laying your stone paving circle kit. This includes a couple of trowels for pointing, a string building line, and a long spirit level to ensure even laying. A rubber mallet, digging tools, and a mixer for the mortar will also be handy for your circular patio kit.

Choosing a Spot:- Pick a comfy chair spot in the garden. Try it out at different times of the day. Think about how the garden changes with seasons and where the sun and shade fall. Use spray paint or a hose to mark out a circle.


Getting Ready:- Choose the right patio stones. Lay them out without fixing them in place. Start from the middle and leave a bit of space for filling later. Put the whole circle layout on the grass or where you want it.


Making a Base:- You need a strong base. Use a spade to dig up the grass and go down about 6 inches. Fill this with compacted hardcore. Set the stones on a layer of mortar, which is a mix of sand and cement, about an inch thick. Make sure the mix isn't too wet.


Laying the Stones:- Begin with the middle stone. Press it down onto the mortar using a rubber mallet. Make sure there's a slight slope so water can drain away. Keep checking with a level as you lay more stones from the center outwards.


Filling Gaps:- Make a mix of sand and cement that's not too watery. Use a trowel and a pipe to fill the gaps between the stones. Smooth it out to make it look neat. Wipe away any extra to keep it clean.


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