Crosswood Porcelain

Pavestone Porcelain Crosswood Buff Paving PlankBuff    (Length 1200mm: Width 300mm: Thickness 20mm)


Pavestone Porcelain Crosswood Cinder Paving PlankCinder    (Length 1200mm: Width 300mm: Thickness 20mm)


Pavestone Porcelain Crosswood Coco Paving PlankCoco    (Length 1200mm: Width 300mm: Thickness 20mm)



Strength and durability of porcelain meets the natural beauty and warmth of timber.
The wood fibres alternate and blend with each other and piece by piece, create unique compositions and colour contrasts.

R11 Anti-slip Finish is the latest development to meet the growing demand for porcelain outdoor paving. This unique finish roughens the tile surface without changing its appearance giving good grip underfoot in damp and wet weather.

Key features of Crosswood Paving are:

  • R11Anti-slip Finish.
  • Crosswood will not be affected by the seasonal weather changes and will be not deteriorate in freezing weather conditions that can see some stone surfaces deteriorate gradually.
  • Porcelain Patio Tiles are resistant to acid and alkali chemicals such as fertilizers and lawn treatments. Moss and algae cannot get established, as they can on stone or wood .
  • Porcelain will not experience colour fading. Blacks will stay black, not turn to grey, light colours will stay faithful and will not turn grey/brown. In summary they will stay looking aesthetically as laid for many years with minimal cleaning maintenance.
  • Crosswood porcelain planks are available to order as home flooring tiles. For more details click here.



Timber plank effect - Rectified porcelain tile.

64 paving tiles per pallet.

Available as single paving tiles.

2.8 paving tiles covers approximately 1.0m2

64 paving tiles (1 pallet) covers approximately 23m2


Laying Comments

Crosswood Patio Planks are rectified to give a calibrated, dimensional accuracy. This enables closer jointing so that the planks appear as one large uninterrupted, seamless surface of timber flooring.

A rectified floor tile is one whose edges are perfectly vertical with respect to it's surface. This is a result of precise machining of a regular unrectified tile, so that each of the four sides will be at a 90° angle to the top and bottom faces of the tile.

As with all paving, it is essential to lay the paving by mixing the tiles from each of the packs that are to be laid. This ensures that the overall desired hue is achieved and evens out any slight colour discrepancies. Laying your patio one pallet at a time can lead to slight but visible colour banding.

It is essential to use a Priming Slurry, which should be applied to the underside of each paving tile just prior to laying. Refer to laying instructions if in any doubt.

flexible jointing grout should be used to joint the tiles and care must be taken not to let it dry on the surface of the tile.

Each of the colour swatches reproduced above demonstrate the overall hue of a paved area. The natural colour variation of individual paving tile may vary significantly when viewed individually.


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