What is Vitrified Paving?
Vitrified paving is a range of stylish and contemporary outdoor tiles from Stonemarket. This type of paving is also known as porcelain or ceramic paving. The term Vitrified refers to the manufacturing process, whereby the paving is fired at extremely high temperatures, which results in a very dense, hard wearing and durable paving material. The very best vitrified or porcelain paving comes from Italy, which is where the our full range of vitrified paving is manufactured, so you can be assured of a high quality product. As the product is so technically strong, the paving only needs to be 20mm thick, which means the paving can be laid outdoors on a full mortar bed or indoors using flooring tile adhesive.
Why use Vitrified Paving?
There are many good reasons to choose Vitrified Paving; if you like a contemporary modern look to your home and garden, then our Vitrified Paving is for you. The colours and textures in our range all lend themselves to a creating a stylish, modern garden. Vitrified Paving is also very easy to keep clean as it absorbs virtually no water. This means that after a hard winter, your vitrified patio will clean up beautifully. The low maintenance surface of Vitrified paving means that it can be used anywhere in the garden, even shady corners or North facing gardens. You can also lay vitrified paving in your kitchen and dining room to create a seamless link between your home and garden, ideal where bi-folding doors are fitted.
Our Vitrified Paving Range
We have a large range of vitrified paving to choose from, with a number of new sizes and colours introduced for 2017 to give an even greater choice of design options. Our ranges includes black paving and darker tones in the Gravity range moving through the mid tone greys, blues and browns of the Lucent and Fortuna ranges to the paler colours within the Paleo range. We even have a contemporary wood effect range called Knotwood in 3 colours Cherry, Birch which is a beautiful silver grey and the stunning Char colour, designed to look like black charred wood.
Follow the links below to view our different ranges and don't be afraid to mix and match different Vitrfied paving colours and textures together to create a stunning design.
If you like dark tones choose the Gravity Range
If you like mid tones try the Fortuna Range and Lucent Range
If you like lighter tones view the Paleo Range
If you like the wood look try the Knotwood Range
Our new showroom will be opening soon, hopefully in late March or early April 2017. We will have the full vitrified range on display along with samples available for customers to take away and, of course, expert advice from our friendly staff.
What is Vitrified Paving?