Not only does it look beautiful but there are many benefits to using porcelain paving. Listed below are our 5 favourite things about this product.
Porcelain paving slabs aren’t as porous as other paving and absorb less than 0.5% of water. This means they are harder and more durable. Therefore porcelain is an ideal product for areas that receive high volumes of foot traffic.
As they don’t absorb water, porcelain slabs are really easy to clean. Water wipes straight off them and they don’t harbour bacteria like more porous materials do.
Being dirt and stain resistant they are a popular choice for use in kitchens, bathrooms, hallways and gardens where moisture and mud is common.
Available in a wide variety of styles
The porcelain tile is incredibly versatile ensuring that if will suit any internal or external style or design. Grey porcelain paving is the most common colour option although the shades of grey it is available in are extensive. Creamy, beige and white porcelain flooring are also popular.
We offer 4 different options, Urban Mist, Stormy Skies, Tuscan Sands and Grey Slate. Each style is completely different and designed to look fantastic on it’s own or combined with our other colour choices.
Porcelain paving is beautiful so can be considered somewhat of a luxury item. Made from high quality components, it can be more expensive than other paving. However it’s incredibly attractive appearance makes it worth the cost.
Furthermore the porcelain has been shown to stand the test of time. This means you won’t have to replace it as often as other types of paving so will save you money in the long run.
This type of paving is perfect for outside spaces such as patios. This is because it is naturally frost resistant so won’t crack when the temperatures drop. Additionally, the way in which the tiles are made means they are generally harder and thicker than other paving options. This further compounds their ability to stay intact.
Porcelain paving slabs are also anti-slip as they don’t harbour water which then freezes and causes the surface to become slippery.
We hope we have given you several reasons to choose porcelain paving!