Beauty and elegance are qualities often associated with porcelain pavers. As for the specific look of each paver, there’s a breadth of possibilities.
Porcelain pavers can realistically look like other materials, such as various kinds of natural stone and wood. They come in an extraordinary range of colours, textures, and patterns, making them an excellent fit for different architectural styles and the atmosphere created by different kinds of landscaping. We can help you evaluate the best available products and pick the ones that suit your property and personal preferences.
Concrete pavers are a cost-effective, popular choice. They’re relatively easy to install, maintain, and replace. Similar to porcelain pavers, they can have good traction and demonstrate resistance to frost and thawing.
Although concrete pavers have a decent longevity, porcelain pavers generally last longer. Unlike the porcelain variety, concrete pavers may need sealing in some areas and the sealing will need to be reapplied as part of maintenance. When located in an area that receives a great deal of direct sunlight, concrete pavers are also more susceptible to fading.
Natural stone is a classic choice for pavers. It adds a feeling of timelessness and permanence to an outdoor setting. In contrast to porcelain pavers, natural stone has a less uniform appearance, and the variations in texture and color are appealing to homeowners. Available types include granite pavers, travertine pavers, and basalt and bluestone pavers.
Unlike porcelain pavers, the ones made of natural stone absorb moisture more readily and can stain more easily, which makes using our sealers a necessity. Natural stone may wind up costing more than porcelain, but the relative costs depend in large part on the type of stone.
Brick & Clay Pavers
Brick & clay pavers has long been a popular choice for paving material. Like natural stone, it adds a sense of solidity and timelessness to a property. When prepared well and installed with expertise, brick & clay pavers can also be hardy. Repairs and replacements generally aren’t difficult.
When compared to porcelain pavers, brick & clay pavers has a more limited range of textures, colours, and other design characteristics. Brick & clay pavers also has certain vulnerabilities, such as a tendency towards frost heaving, that aren’t found in porcelain pavers.
Like any other paver, porcelain pavers can be laid in a variety of ways including traditional glue system. It can be laid on sand or sand & cement mix, provided you have a structurally sound base in concrete or road base. The introduction of pedestal systems have allowed builders to cost-effectively integrate porcelain pavers into new designs. Our porcelain pavers are non-slip R11 with modern and unique character. Builders, homeowners and tradies looking to buy porcelain pavers can easily incorporate our pavers for seamless indoor and outdoor designs.
Porcelain pavers can be introduced to virtually any part of a property, and they can be used to create stunning visual effects. For example, exterior porcelain pavers can be matched in appearance to interior tiles. When installed as a patio or terrace, they create an effect of seamlessness and continuity between indoor and outdoor spaces.
Patios, terraces, courtyards, poolside paving, walkways, and driveways are among the possible sites for porcelain pavers. Homeowners can use different varieties of porcelain pavers to highlight distinct areas on their property and create a flow from one area to another.
Porcelain pavers can also be installed over an existing patio or deck, though professional assistance is necessary for ensuring stability and adequate support. It’s also important to work with professionals to determine how to perform successful installations on various surfaces.
Please contact us for more information about porcelain pavers and the specific products we offer. Rest assured all our products are of the highest quality and produced by reputable manufacturers.With their versatility, beauty, and longevity, these pavers are a beneficial choice for homeowners.
Cleaning porcelain pavers also doesn’t call for much effort. They can be washed with a garden hose. Brooms or vacuums are sufficient for banishing accumulated dirt. For taking care of a spill or another mess, it’s generally fine to rely on a wet cloth and a relatively mild cleaning solution. We can offer suggestions for the cleaners best suited for porcelain pavers.