Porcelain paving explained

Porcelain

OUR BEAUTIFUL RANGE OF PORCELAIN PAVING TRULY GIVES YOU THE BEST OF BOTH WORLDS.

Porcelain paving is formed by baking a mixture of clay, sand and other minerals in a high-temperature kiln producing an incredibly durable and non-porous material.

Being resistant to water absorption ensures that porcelain paving requires very little maintenance. There’s no need to apply a sealant as the pavers are already stain and mildew resistant. Liquids such as oils and chemicals cannot penetrate the surface so can simply be wiped away and any fungus growth is mitigated.

An exceptionally dense material, porcelain paving is extraordinarily hard-wearing; something not always synonymous with porcelain. Scratch resistant too, it’s perfect for those high footfall paths and for pairing with garden tables and chairs to shape stunning outdoor spaces.

Consistently accurate sizes allow porcelain paving to be laid with thin joints that create that desirable modern appearance to your garden and the intentionally varied finishes, combined with subtle colour and surface variations, further enhance its individuality. Smoother-surfaced matching versions allow you to use this paving indoors meaning you can create a harmonious flow from internal rooms such as the conservatory or kitchen to your outdoor patio.

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