A Guide to Installing Porcelain Patio PavingPorcelain Paving Installation Guide

Installing Porcelain paving looks at first glance to be as simple as laying any other type paving slab or tile. Don't worry as it almost is. However, there are few key differences important to note:

A key characteristic of porcelain is exceptionally low water absorption, so the porcelain paving will not draw in moisture like other paving materials do. This is a great benefit when it come to the surface resisting staining and staying looking clean.

However, this also means that the paving will absorb almost nothing from the bedding mortar when being installed and a good tile bond will not be achieved unless the tiles are primed with Priming Slurry just before laying. It's easy to apply, just paste it on the rear of the paving just prior to laying and don't worry it won't add any excessive cost to the installation.

Download our "How to" guide to ensure you maximise the durability and pleasure from your landscaping investment prior to installing Pavestone Porcelain paving.

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