Cost to lay Paving slabs

What kind if price would I be looking at to lay porcelain paving slabs in an area of 16 x 16 feet exclusing the price of the slabs?

Also what would the cost to have a concrete slab layed that is 10 x 13 feet?

Asked by Shane on 3rd Apr 2024
Expert Trade Answers
"Roughly £750 for the patio and £800 for concrete base"
Answered on 3rd Apr 2024 - Member since Mar 2023 - report
"Only laying with no materials £550
And concrete slab £400"
Answered on 3rd Apr 2024 - Member since Nov 2021 - report
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Answered on 14th Apr 2024 - Member since May 2023 - report
"Your looking around £130 m2 including materials and removal but not including flags
Appreciated Stuart Nevermowuk"
Answered on 3rd Apr 2024 - Member since Mar 2023 - report
"youd be looking at a sqm price of around £150-£180 depending on spec of porcelain purchased"
Answered on 8th Apr 2024 - Member since Jun 2023 - report
"The price for porcelain is roughly £130-£150 per M2 depending on what the preparation consists of
This is inclusive of dig out removal of waste and supply and lay all materials,then any extras on top
Hope this helps 👍"
Answered on 3rd Apr 2024 - Member since Mar 2023 - report
"The likley and most cheapest option, is to lay the slabs on the ground after taking away the grass, and then layng slabs on top of the sand with drainage sand which is easy to maintain and make it level of course, cost between 300 - 1100"
Answered on 27th Apr 2024 - Member since May 2018 - report
"To lay the porcelain properly on a concrete base with a slurry to glue them down I would estimate around £1500.
As for the concrete slab around £950 shuttered and mixed on site at a depth of at least 4in."
Answered on 3rd Apr 2024 - Member since Jan 2024 - report
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