Natural Stone has Strong Competition
Although natural stone provides individual beauty with each tile, in its texture, colour and pattern, porcelain is man-made from natural materials and contributes to a number of benefits to suit a modern approach to living. Porcelain is resistant to severe weather changes, damage from mould, it preserves its original condition for several years, meaning its presence doesn’t change over a period of a year, retaining its characteristics from purchase for years to come. Although paving requires more work to install and is generally more expensive than alternative flooring but if laid correctly, it’ll provide a lasting and practically maintenance-free surface, which should last a lifetime.
Porcelain pavers are chameleons that can mimic natural materials like wood and stone, doing this without even cutting down a tree or digging in a quarry. Additionally, porcelain pavers are withstanding, unfazed by water and marks that might cause damage on hardwood or granite flooring.
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Porcelain Paving Finishes
The paving is accomplished from being able to replicate different finishes from, wood, sandstone, limestone, slate, etc. It can also offer a traditional or modern effect to a space, with providing light, mid or dark tones. This material is great indoors and outdoors, allowing where it’s laid to bridge the inside with the outside. It gives a clean, uninterrupted finish, which allows spaces to feel and look bigger, sophisticated and clean.
What porcelain paving has to offer:
- Made from unlimited supply of kiln-fired clay
- They’re an environmentally friendly alternative to exotic hardwoods from depleting forests.
- Porcelain is more durable than wood
- Porcelain, unlike stone, is no prima donna. It doesn’t require periodic sealing.
- Modern pavers are fade resistant
Since porcelain pavers are functional, rustic, elegant, modern and traditional, it makes them a great option for any desired finish you’re wishing to achieve, whether in your home or outside.
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