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Approximate costs of a stabbed patio?

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Bejazzled Fri 21-Apr-17 17:53:02

Approximately 15ft x 15ft nothing fancy, have you had one laid? I'm just trying to get an idea before I ask builders for quotes. Thanks.

Bejazzled Fri 21-Apr-17 17:53:47

That should be 'slabbed' sorry 😊

RoseAndRose Fri 21-Apr-17 17:54:22

I'm wondering if that's a typo in the title.

I can't help with costs, but I'm intrigued as to whether this is displaying murderous intent!

MiltopMighty Fri 21-Apr-17 17:58:26

Ha I was wondering if a MNer had gone on a rampage with a knife.

Sorry OP. Can't help but I'm glad you haven't been stabbing your patio.

Bejazzled Fri 21-Apr-17 20:45:17

Hopeful bump 🙂

I promise I won't bury anyone under it either!

JeNeSuisPasVotreMiel Sat 22-Apr-17 05:59:14

It will vary greatly depending on the amount of preparatory work needed before the sub base can go down.

Look at www.pavingexpert.com/home.htm for expert advice and a price calculator.

Firstaidnovice Sat 22-Apr-17 06:10:23

However much you imagine, and multiply by three. (I nearly keeled over when we got our patio costs). However, ours is going to be large, and crucially slightly raised, and access is all through the house. So, huge quantities of hardcore need to be schlepped through. It's costing about £4k.

Bejazzled Sat 22-Apr-17 17:06:37

£4K ! (faints)

Thank s for the link as well 👍

GiraffeorOcelot Sat 22-Apr-17 17:10:40

Yes ours cost about £4K five years ago but again is slightly raised and and an odd shape.

Olivialoves Sat 22-Apr-17 17:20:02

If you google 'stabbed patio' this thread is the first link that comes up. Nothing else does...
What is a stabbed patio?!

Olivialoves Sat 22-Apr-17 17:20:21

Ohhhh just seen you out slabbed!

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