Lake silver granite vitrified porcelain paving
When it comes to installation, silver granite porcelain paving is relatively easy to install. It is available in a variety of sizes and thicknesses, which makes it suitable for a wide range of projects. Porcelain is a very dense material, which means that it is resistant to moisture, frost, and other forms of weathering. This makes it an ideal choice for areas that experience heavy rain or snowfall, as it will not warp or crack as a result.
PAVE GRES Porcelain paving look very attractive in any setting, and they’ll stay beautiful for long with practically zero maintenance. It has a slip-resistant texture and is a luxurious choice for any garden.
Silver granite porcelain paving is a beautiful and durable option for paving. Its natural-looking texture and ability to withstand harsh weather conditions make it an ideal choice for outdoor areas. Its porcelain material makes it resistant to wear and tear, and it is relatively easy to install. Proper maintenance and installation can ensure that silver granite porcelain paving slab will last for a long time.
Slip Resistant – Stain Resistant – Frost Proof – Fade Resistant – No Maintenance Required!
Suggestions laying with adhesive on a Screed
1 Apply the adhesive spreading two layers, one on each surface (on the tile and on the foundation).
2 Arrange gaps of 3-5 mm between the tiles using the cross spacers provided for this purposes.
3 Upon completion, clean the surface thoroughly removing all residues of plaster and adhesive.
Suggestions laying dry on Grass
1 Once the positions of the tiles have been decided upon, remove the grassy surface for a depth of about 5 mm.
2 Place a layer of fine gravel or sand in the empty space to level it & stabilise the tile.
3 Position the tile, checking that it is flat and correcting this if necessary
Suggestions laying dry on Gravel and Sand
1 Flatten the surface of the foundation with the help of a leveling bar.
2 Choose the pattern, arranging the tiles on the ground.
3 Position the tiles exactly, using a bar to space them out (or cross spacers if positioned close together) to improve the alignment.
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