Porcelain paving slabs are a great choice for your garden patio. They're tough, easy to look after, and last longer than natural stone or concrete. We have lots of fancy tones from classic and modern designs. You can use them inside and outside, making a smooth link from your kitchen to your garden. Plus, they don't need much upkeep, so you can just relax and enjoy your patio.



Porcelain paving has many benefits compared to other types of paving. Here's why it's often recommended:

  • It doesn't absorb water, so it's easy to clean.
  • It's tough and long-lasting.
  • It doesn't scratch easily.
  • The surface is designed to prevent slipping.
  • It can withstand freezing temperatures.
  • The color stays vibrant over time.
  • It can handle chemicals like fertilizers without getting damaged.
  • It's resistant to moss and algae.
  • Spills and stains are easy to clean.
  • Maintenance is simple - just wash it with soapy water every six months.

Colour available:

Porcelain paving comes in lots of different colors :

  • Neutral tones like beige, cream, and grey, which go well with any outdoor style.
  • Earthy tones like terracotta, brown, and tan, which give a cozy, natural feel.
  • Bold colors like blue, green, or red, for those who want to add excitement.
  • Modern shades like black, charcoal, or slate, for a sleek, stylish look.

With all these choices, you can find the perfect porcelain paving to make your outdoor area look great!


Seasonal Benefits of Porcelain Paving:

Porcelain paving is great all year round!

Summer: It stays cool, so you can walk on it barefoot. Plus, it won't fade in the sun.


Autumn: Its texture helps prevent slips, even when it's wet. And it doesn't get waterlogged, so it stays looking good.


Winter: It can handle freezing temperatures without cracking, so it's perfect for cold climates.


Spring: With the right drainage, it won't hold water, making your outdoor space safer and more enjoyable.


Maintenance and Durability:

Porcelain paving doesn't absorb water, so it won't get mouldy or crack in the winter. Spills are easy to clean since they don't soak in, just wipe them away! Even tough stains like red wine or BBQ grease can be cleaned with warm, soapy water. You don't need to seal porcelain tiles like you do with natural stone, but products like LTP Porcelain Tile Protector can help remove tough stains easily.


How to cut porcelain paving

To cut porcelain paving, first, put on safety gear like goggles, gloves, and a dust mask. Then, mark the cutting line on the paving slab with a pencil or chalk, using a straightedge for accuracy.


Next, choose your cutting tool: a wet tile saw for straight cuts or an angle grinder with a diamond blade for curved shapes. If using a wet tile saw, fill it with water to keep the blade cool and reduce dust. Make sure the angle grinder's diamond blade is securely attached and suitable for porcelain.


Now, place the paving slab on a stable surface and carefully guide the blade along the marked line, applying gentle pressure. Avoid forcing the tool to prevent damage.


If using a wet tile saw, keep water flowing over the blade. With an angle grinder, take breaks to prevent overheating.


After cutting, smooth any rough edges with fine-grit sandpaper. Finally, clean up debris to keep your work area safe.


Following these steps carefully will help you cut porcelain paving accurately. If unsure, practice on a spare piece or seek professional advice.


We can Say

Porcelain paving is a strong and flexible option for outdoor areas, no matter the weather. It can handle hot summers, wet weather, and even frost, all while staying slip-resistant. With the right setup, it can turn your outdoor space into a stunning spot you can use all year. So, whether it's a summer cookout, a fall get-together, or just a peaceful outdoor retreat, porcelain paving is a great choice that will last.


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