Versatile porcelain patio pavers for laying over gravel, sand, grass, existing concrete or bedded in thinset for vehicular applications. The best alternative to concrete pavers for all outdoor paving and landscape projects.See more here
The best alternative to traditional wood plank decking for elevated decks that won't burn, rot, twist, warp, change color, stain. Easy installation just needs a support structure of hollow steel rails and adjustable height pedestals.See more here
Lightweight, scratch resistant, stain resistant, frost resistant, low maintenance porcelain stoneware pavers for constructing elevated rooftop decks with pedestal systems or installing directly over existing concrete.See more here
Our structural porcelain pavers are specifically designed for installing on adjustable height pedestals, but these versatile tiles can also be used as patio pavers for laying directly over existing concrete, placed on a gravel or sand bed or bedded in thinset for vehicular applications. From residential balcony flooring and rooftop decks, to outdoor restaurant decking and large commercial plazas with high volume pedestrian traffic, our porcelain stoneware pavers, Ipe wood tiles and pedestal support systems bring unique style and elegance to any paving projectSee More
Eterno adjustable height pedestal system features a self levelling, soft rubber surfaced head, inbuilt spacer tabs and a special tool for post installation adjustment of paver height for rapid construction of rooftop decks, terraces and plazas.
As well as residential applications, porcelain pavers are ideal for commercial flooring and rooftop decks for restaurants and bars because of their stain resistance, scuff resistance and exceptionally low maintenance.
Our Italian & USA made structural porcelain pavers are specifically designed for elevated decking applications supported by a pedestal system. As well as 24" x 24" pavers, we have selected colors in many other sizes.
DeckWay 94" x 12" porcelain planks are designed to look like traditional wood plank decking but without the downsides. Use for building for elevated decks particularly where fire regulations prohibit a traditional wood deck.