porcelain paving

Porcelain Paving

Porcelain paving offers a wonderful alternative to real stone and is an extremely hardwearing and durable material. Whether updating your existing space or carrying out a full garden renovation, the collection of outdoor porcelain paving is a perfect option for patio tiles. Stone effect porcelain pa ...
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Montpellier Sable Tumbled Porcelain Paving

From  £75.01  m2

Tiverton White Pearl Stone Effect Porcelain Paving

From  £64.00  m2

Hambleton Ivory Stone Effect Porcelain Paving

From  £62.00  m2

Dijon Stone Effect Porcelain Paving

From  £60.00  m2

Hambleton Beige Stone Effect Porcelain Paving

From  £62.00  m2

Provence Grigio Stone Effect Porcelain Pavers

From  £62.00  m2

Dorchester Aged White Stone Effect Porcelain Pavers

From  £75.03  m2

Montpellier Gris Tumbled Porcelain Paving

From  £75.01  m2

Arlington Light Mist Stone Effect Porcelain Pavers

From  £65.01  m2

Chastleton Grey Stone Effect Porcelain Paving

From  £75.01  m2

Chastleton Ivory Stone Effect Porcelain Paving

From  £75.01  m2

Hambleton Taupe Stone Effect Porcelain Paving

From  £62.00  m2

Alnwick Beige Stone Effect Porcelain Paving

From  £65.00  m2

Alnwick Ivory Stone Effect Porcelain Paving

From  £65.00  m2

Dorchester Aged Grey Stone Effect Porcelain Pavers

From  £75.03  m2

Stanton Old White Stone Effect Porcelain Pavers

From  £62.00  m2

Provence Crema Stone Effect Porcelain Pavers

From  £62.00  m2

Hambleton Grey Stone Effect Porcelain Paving

From  £62.00  m2

Corinthian Beige Stone Effect Porcelain Pavers

From  £64.00  m2

Corinthian Grey Stone Effect Porcelain Pavers

From  £64.00  m2

Outdoor Porcelain Paving Slabs

As direct importers of stone outdoor tiles since 1995, we have an extensive collection of quality stone effect porcelain paving. Consisting of different styles such as tumbled effect tiles, straight cut edges, limestone effect pavers and modern prints - all in an R11 ‘grip’ finish for exterior applications. With outdoor stone effect pavers in a range of colours from grey, beige, and cream, there is a patio tile for every project – whether a contemporary style or traditional country garden! We devote a large amount of time, using our years of expertise to source some of the most beautiful porcelain paving on the market.

Porcelain Paving Frequently Asked Questions

What are the benefits of outdoor porcelain tiles?

Many ask what the best outdoor patio tiles for gardens are - one big benefit of outdoor porcelain paving is its stain resistance, scratch resistance and UV stability, meaning it will not stain, scratch, or lighten overtime and is very easy to maintain.

What is porcelain paving made of?

Porcelain paving is a man-made product that combines kaolin clay, finely ground sand and feldspar. The clay mixture is fired to an extremely high temperature, resulting in a very dense tile that benefits from a low water absorption rate, making an excellent choice for patios, gardens and a whole host of landscaping projects. The print of a stone effect outdoor tile is very realistic mimicking the look
of real stone patio tiles.

Do porcelain pavers need sealing?

Porcelain pavers do not require sealing. The surface is very strong and near enough scratch resistant, stain resistant and will not lighten over time.

How do you clean porcelain pavers and outdoor tiles?

A fantastic benefit of porcelain pavers is that they are forgiving and very hardwearing. For regular maintenance, you can use a stiff brush to sweep and brush away any leaves or debris. Porcelain paving can be jet washed seasonally combined with a cleaner designed for porcelain, such as Lithofin Intensive Cleaner or Lithofin Outdoor Cleaner.

Read our full post on how to clean outdoor porcelain paving.

Is porcelain paving easy to install?

Yes! Porcelain paving is simple to install following a few key steps. An outdoor porcelain patio should always be laid onto a level substrate, using a full bed of tile
adhesive and grouted in between the joints.

Read more on how to tile outdoor porcelain paving.

What is the difference between outdoor porcelain paving and indoor porcelain tiles?

The main difference to indoor and outdoor porcelain tiles is the thickness and finish. Porcelain paving is typically in a 20mm thickness with a ‘R11’ grip/anti-slip finish. Internal porcelain tends to be 10mm thick with a ‘R10’ finish.