FAQs – Porcelain Pavers
Porcelain pavers is non-porous whereas concrete has natural holes in which liquids can penetrate. Apart from these, both the stones are robust and highly durable.
Porcelain pavers are extremely tough and durable. Besides being low maintenance and affordable, they are aesthetically beautiful that add value to outdoor ambience.
Ofcourse! Porcelain pavers are the best choice for driveways because of their durability and resistance to cracking, scratches or frost.
With its density and robustness, Porcelain is highly used in commercial setups. However, the hardness of porcelain makes it slightly brittle than standard tiles which makes them slightly prone to cracking.
Porcelain is harder and highly resistant to chemicals than marble. Marble is softer and more porous but at the same time it is easier to install than porcelain.
No, they are not slippery. Porcelain pavers have a slip-resistant surface due to the dense clay material they are made of which has low absorption rate.
With high sturdiness and fade resistance, Porcelain pavers were never outdated. The budget friendly and versatile stone doesn’t even need sealing.
Generally porcelain pavers do not need to be sealed.
Porcelain pavers are extremely strong and resistant to breakage. The hard wearing stone lasts for years and look the same since installation.
Yes, Porcelain pavers can be laid on sand. However, the sand bed should be levelled and compact and the pavers should be set with minimum 3/16” space.
Yes, Porcelain is an excellent choice for pool surrounds. They are water resistant and prevent slipping.
Typically, Porcelain pavers are more expensive than concrete. However, its low maintenance and long-lasting nature makes it life-time cost more effective.
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