Our outdoor flooring is the perfect choice for any outdoor design project. With a wide variety of styles, shapes, colors and textures, our outdoor flooring adapts to any environment, from patios and gardens to swimming pools and terraces.
Our outdoor flooring is designed to withstand the most demanding weather conditions, from rain and snow to sun and intense heat. With its high resistance to abrasion, impacts and stains, you can enjoy its beauty and functionality for many years.
In addition, our outdoor flooring is easy to install and maintain. With their non-slip surface, they are a safe choice for wet or slippery areas. They are also resistant to mold and dirt buildup, making them a hygienic and easy-to-clean option and providing a modern and stylish design.
Whether you’re creating a stunning poolside oasis or transforming your garden into an outdoor retreat, our outdoor tiles will provide a durable and stylish surface that you’ll enjoy for years to come.”
“BEAUTY, FUNCTIONALITY AND DURABILITY”
The pavements or floors for the exterior of the house (garden, terrace or pool), must meet a series of requirements to ensure that in the long run you do not have problems. On the outside of our houses the tiles that we put will be exposed to weather conditions and especially rainwater, frost, etc. Therefore we must choose a tile that ensures that it will last without breaking on the outside while maintaining all its characteristics and benefits.
Another very important aspect in outdoor pavements to take into account is water (usually by rain or swimming pools). This makes it necessary that we have to choose non-slip floors that give us security avoiding falls and slips. To find out if a tile slips or not, a classification is used:
Classification of non-slip floors
The Spanish regulations of measures for non-slip ceramic floors classify tiles into 3 levels:
ANTI-SLIP CLASS (1)
The pavements and tiles that meet this classification are suitable to be placed in dry interior areas, whose slope is less than 6% (100% of the interiors of the houses).
The C1 has enough non-slip for indoor use. Its anti-slip capacity is minimal, but at the same time necessary for the place where the tile is placed.
This kind of non-slip tiles are ideal when we are looking for a safe floor inside our house, or in areas where there may be some moisture, such as, for example, in bathrooms, kitchens, changing rooms.
Class C2 tiles and floors have an intermediate non-slip and can also be found outdoors.
This type of tile has the highest anti-slip rating. They are ideal for outdoor spaces such as swimming pools, gardens and terraces, but also for interiors that have contact with abundant water and aggressive products that reduce the anti-slip capacity such as parking and industrial areas. Although its touch and finish is somewhat rougher or scratchy. Therefore before buying this type for the interior we must make sure that we like the touch it has, as it could be an inconvenience.
This nomenclature is very easy to understand, since the higher the C level, the greater the anti-slip of the product. That is to say that a C1 product is less non-slip than a C2 and C3 product.
The uses of C3 non-slip pavement are usually intended for sanitary, commercial and public use.
One of the virtues of this pavement is its On it we can use different products, such as bleach or ammonia . The color is not lost and the ceramic will continue to maintain its properties and resistance without any problem.
Stains do not embed so easily and we can work with water without any problem. You will not perceive any damage, in the same way that the Therefore, if we make a general balance, all are advantages.
Porcelain floors are very versatile, in the market we can find smooth and rough tiles, flooring imitating natural materials such as marble or wood and with very variable prices.
We can differentiate between rectified and porcelain floors. The first are tiles on which the edges are trimmed to contain a straight edge. Rectified porcelain tiles are more uniform, with more precise dimensions.
With regard to sizes, the most common is to find them in rectangular or square format. Small pieces: 10×10 cm, are used in wall coverings. For floors, large formats are usually used: 90×150 or 120×120, with thickness of 8 to 12 millimeters. High thickness 20mm tiles are also manufactured that are widely used for terrace and garden floors or floors near the pool. Giving a spectacular finish.
However, there are also smaller sizes or even with larger dimensions. The larger the size of the piece, for example, tiles of 120×240 centimeters, adds more difficulty to the laying process. Today parts up to 1600×3200 cm are manufactured. All this has resulted in the need to create tools and techniques that placement unthinkable so far.
A final note about porcelain floors is their low level of maintenance. They should only be cleaned with water and with products previously treated in a small area of the pavement.