Outdoor tiles

Outdoor tiles

Outdoor tiles are similar to those used inside of your house, but it does not have the same fragility. This means that specific materials are utilized to make it more resistant even to foot-traffic. Keep in mind that outdoor tiles can be stepped on by any means without getting any sort of damage. This is a huge advantage because many people nowadays opt to have the car parked outside and an outdoor floor is the best alternative for your means of transportation, avoiding them to sink into mud or similar.
Outdoor tiles

Andersen 220680716 Water Hog indoor/outdoor Floor tile, Classic, ingresso, polipropilene Fibber, motivo geometrico, gomma SBR, 45,7 cm lunghezza x 45,7 cm larghezza, 7/40,6 cm di spessore, viola (confezione da 10)

Prezzo: in offerta su Amazon a: 135,75€


Tiles locationOutdoor tiles can be placed on the ground with several different methods. First of all you will have to consider the dimensions and then you will have several schemes to follow in order to put them in the right location. In smaller places you would tend to use small tiles colored with light shades in order to give the impression of a bigger location only my lighting up the area. To fix them you will have to use a specific mixture which acts like a glue and that will help end in the end as the junction line of the tiles.

    Andersen 2215750716 Water Hog Eco Premier tile Pet poliestere Fibber Entrance indoor/outdoor Floor tile, gomma SBR, 45,7 cm lunghezza x 45,7 cm larghezza, 7/40,6 cm di spessore, castagno (confezione da 10)

    Prezzo: in offerta su Amazon a: 155,36€


    Materials Outdoor tiles are generally made of a type of terracotta clay. The main feature of this is the rustic look it gives to the floor. Outdoor clay tiles are generally chosen non lucid in order to use it also on the steps creating the path to the front door. A specific kind of ceramic is also used for outdoor flooring. Once it was used for terrace covers and balconies. This is really resistant to water which makes it the most waterproof material. Last but not least, it does not change color and it resist to temperature swings.


    Terracotta clay tiles need to be cleaned with specific solutions every once in a while. In fact, they allow the tile to remain strong and waterproof throughout the time, otherwise, the first layer of the tiles gets reduced day by day, damaging the whole floor. When you have to clean the floor, you will only have to use water and specific detergents for clay. Ceramic is a little less demanding, as it does not change color and it does not suffer from temperature swings. Ceramic does not get stained easily but every kind of different ceramic has its own characteristic depending on the producer cooking technique and materials.