Are Porcelain Slabs slippery?
Porcelain Slabs can be a highly slip-resistant choice for outdoor spaces, but it’s important to select the right texture. A smooth, polished tile will naturally be a lot more slippery than a textured paving slab. Here at Spinora Tiles, we assign each of our products a ‘grip factor’ rating out of 5. The higher the rating, the less slippery your porcelain pavers will be. The slipperiness of porcelain is largely determined by the surface texture. But it helps that porcelain is far less porous than natural stone.
What this means is that, when it rains, porcelain pavers absorb significantly less moisture than stone paving slabs would. Instead, that water stays on the surface of the porcelain tile and evaporates quickly, leaving your patio dry and relatively slip-resistant. Porcelain is unaffected by the sun so the color will not fade or change over time, the slabs are also resistant to staining. We manufacture Porcelain Slab in two sizes,
It’s important to note that porcelain slabs can be installed directly on top of existing natural stone, as long as it is natural. Marble, quartzite, and granite are all viable options. Because the porcelain is so thin, it makes it so lightweight. It’s very easy to transport and can be installed in slabs, tiles, blocks, or custom shapes. It can be applied on vertical surfaces, horizontal surfaces, and smaller decor.
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