Circle Kits – Paving Circle Kits Info

So you’re thinking of buying a paving circle kit… congratulations! The circular design is always popular and adds a wonderful focal point to any garden or patio. If you’ve decided to use the circle as a specific focal area in your garden, then you need look no further than the kits on this website. All you need to do is decide on the size of the circle… most are either two-ring (“small circle kit”) or three-ring (“large circle kit”) designs, the particular stone type and finish you’d like to use and the specific patterns such as aztec sun, spinning circle, star shape, celtic knot, plain circle, octagon etc.

If you’re interested in placing your circle within a new or existing patio, bear in mind that you’ll want to buy a “squaring off kit” at the same time as the circle kit. I would strongly suggest making the purchase of the squaring off kit from the same vendor in the same transaction to minimise any potential problems that can arise from buying them separately. Also, ensure the area of the squared off circle kit matches the area where you intend to place it in your patio.

Check out more questions and answers in our FAQ, or look for specific circle designs using our search function, category pages and tags. 🙂

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How To Search For Circular Paving

If you have a great idea for your next garden circle paving project, and are looking to buy a circle kit online, you need to get good search results fast, right?

So what do you type into Google?

Are you going to type, “Circle Paving”, “Paving Circle”, “Circular Paving”, or what?

Here’s a tip… the more specific you can be about what you’re looking for, the better. If you KNOW you’re looking for “Bradstone, 3-Ring Weathered Cotswold Circle Kit”, then type that in. Hopefully, you’ll visit this page and see the exact product you want to buy. 🙂

But what if you don’t know exactly what you’re looking for? Well, you should still aim to be as precise as possible in your description, then browse around the pages which turn up in the search results. In the above example, you may type in “Bradstone Circle Kit”, and you may land on our Bradstone category page, which is fine because there you’ll be able to browse all the Circle Kits that Bradstone offers.

You can also think about how to narrow your searches in other ways. For example, if you’re in the UK and want to exclude any USA-based websites, you can either include “UK” in the search you do, or click the Google button which says, “only show results from the UK”. Also, if you’d really like free delivery or next day delivery, include those words in your search phrase.

So when you’re looking to buy online, remember to be as precise as possible in your searches. It’ll save you a lot of time and effort. Oh, and when you find a site you like, don’t forget to share it with your friends and bookmark it. (yes, that was a subtle hint!) 🙂

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