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There's nothing quite like spending time outdoors, surrounded by the beauty of nature. And with our selection of outdoor tiles, you can bring that same feeling to your own backyard. Whether you're looking to create a patio or walkway, our tiles are the perfect way to add a touch of style to your outdoor space. Made from durable materials like stone and ceramic, our tiles are designed to withstand the elements and look great for years to come. Plus, with a variety of colours and designs to choose from, it's easy to find the perfect match for your home. So why wait? Shop today and start enjoying your back garden more than ever before.
Honister Grey Outdoor Porcelain Paving Tile (900 x 600mm)
Honister Grey Outdoor Porcelain Paving Tile (900 x 600mm)
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Derwent Outdoor Porcelain Paving Tile (900 x 600mm) - All Colours
Derwent Outdoor Porcelain Paving Tile (900 x 600mm) - All Colours
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Tuscany Outdoor Porcelain Paving Tile (800 x 800mm) - All Colours
Tuscany Outdoor Porcelain Paving Tile (800 x 800mm) - All Colours
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Quartzite Outdoor Porcelain Tile (1200 x 600mm) - All Colours
Quartzite Outdoor Porcelain Tile (1200 x 600mm) - All Colours
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Orient Porcelain Outdoor Tile (900 x 600mm)- All Colours
Orient Porcelain Outdoor Tile (900 x 600mm)- All Colours
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Montego Porcelain Outdoor Tile (800 x 800mm) - All Colours
Montego Porcelain Outdoor Tile (800 x 800mm) - All Colours
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Bracken Porcelain Outdoor Paving Tile (1200 x 300mm) - All Colours
Bracken Porcelain Outdoor Paving Tile (1200 x 300mm) - All Colours
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Kansas Outdoor Porcelain Tile (895 x 595mm)
Kansas Outdoor Porcelain Tile (895 x 595mm)
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Kansas Pattern Imprint Outdoor Porcelain Paving Tile (595 x 595mm)
Kansas Pattern Imprint Outdoor Porcelain Paving Tile  (595 x 595mm)
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Kansas Outdoor Porcelain Tile (595 x 595mm)
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Optimal Porcelain Outdoor Tile - All Colours
Optimal Porcelain Outdoor Tile - All Colours
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Benasque Ceramic Matt Floor Tile (12 Per Box)
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Marquina Polished Porcelain Wall and Floor Tile (2 per Box)
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Lake Slate Anthracite Vitrified Porcelain Paving Pack - All Sizes
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Lake Anthracite Vitrified Porcelain Paving Pack - All Sizes
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Lake Abbey Vitrified Porcelain Paving Pack - All Sizes
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Lake Silver Granite Vitrified Porcelain Paving Pack - All Sizes
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Lake Sand Vitrified Porcelain Paving Pack - All Sizes
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Lake Sagar Black Vitrified Porcelain Paving Pack - All Sizes
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Lake Quartz White Vitrified Porcelain Paving Pack - All Sizes
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Lake Quartz Grey Vitrified Porcelain Paving Pack - All Sizes
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Lake Quartz Black Vitrified Porcelain Paving Pack - All Sizes
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Lake Kandla Grey Vitrified Porcelain Paving Pack - All Sizes
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Lake Ivory Vitrified Porcelain Paving Pack - All Sizes
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Lake Grigio Vitrified Porcelain Paving Pack - All Sizes
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Lake Rustic Copper Vitrified Porcelain Paving Pack - All Sizes
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Lake Grey Vitrified Porcelain Paving Pack - All Sizes
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Heritage Light Grey Sandstone Paving Pack (19.5m2 - 66 Slabs/Mixed Pack)
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Heritage Raj Green Sandstone Paving Pack (19.5m2 - 66 Slabs/Mixed Pack)
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Mint Fossil Sandstone Cobbles/Edging Pack (12.3m2 - 420 Mixed Pieces per Pack)
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Raj Blend Sandstone Cobbles/Edging Pack (12.3m2 - 420 Mixed Pieces per Pack)
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Mint Fossil Sandstone Cobbles/Edging Pack (23.04m2 - 900 Pieces per Pack)
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Misty Mint Fossil Sandstone Paving Pack (19.50m2 - 66 Slabs / Mixed Pack)
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Misty Rippon Buff Sandstone Paving Pack (19.50m2 - 66 Slabs / Mixed Pack)
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Misty Grey Granite Effect Sandstone Paving Pack (19.50m2 - 66 Slabs / Mixed Pack)
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Outdoor Tiles | Patio Tile | Outdoor Patio

Outdoor Tiles 

Outdoor tile offers an ideal solution for enhancing your outdoor space. Whether you have a patio, balcony, or decking area, these tiles can bring your garden vision to life. With a wide variety of high-quality materials, styles, and colours available, you can choose the perfect tiles to complement your outdoor area.

Outdoor tile comes in various materials, each with its unique benefits. Porcelain tiles are a popular choice due to their durability, low maintenance requirements, and resistance to fading and stains. They are available in an array of colours and finishes, allowing you to create a stylish and inviting outdoor environment.

Another option is natural stone tiles, such as granite, limestone, or travertine. These tiles provide a timeless and elegant look, adding a touch of sophistication to your outdoor space. Natural stone tiles can withstand various weather conditions and retain their beauty for years to come.

In addition to the variety of materials, outdoor tiles also come in various styles. You can choose from traditional patterns, and geometric designs, or even replicate the look of wood or natural stone. This wide range of styles ensures that you can find tiles that suit your personal taste and complement the overall aesthetic of your outdoor area.

Outdoor Tile Types

Porcelain tile

Porcelain tiles are indeed an excellent choice for outdoor spaces due to their versatility, strength, and durability. They are highly suitable for outdoor patio floors and offer numerous advantages. One of the key benefits of porcelain is its resistance to freezing temperatures, making it suitable for various climates.

Porcelain tiles have a low water absorption rate, making them nearly waterproof. This characteristic is particularly advantageous in outdoor settings, as they can withstand exposure to rain, humidity, and other forms of moisture. In fact, outdoor porcelain tile is commonly used in swimming pool installations due to its ability to resist water damage.

Ceramic tile

Ceramic tiles are indeed a popular choice for various reasons, including their smoothness, classic appeal, and affordability. They offer versatility and can be used to create interesting focal points by adding a splash of color to walls. However, when considering ceramic tiles for your patio, it's important to ensure that they are specifically rated for outdoor floor applications.

Ceramic tiles are commonly used for indoor applications such as kitchens, bathrooms, and backsplashes. They are known for their smooth and sleek surface, which adds a timeless and elegant touch to any space. The wide range of colors, patterns, and finishes available in ceramic tiles allows for creative expression and customization in interior design.

While ceramic tile can be visually appealing, it's crucial to select tiles that are specifically designed and rated for outdoor floor use if you plan to use them on your patio. Outdoor-rated ceramic garden tiles are formulated to withstand the harsh elements and temperature fluctuations associated with outdoor environments. They are manufactured with added durability and resistance to moisture, freeze-thaw cycles, and other outdoor conditions.

Granite Tile

Granite is indeed renowned as one of the strongest and most durable types of stone tile available, which also contributes to its relatively higher cost. It possesses excellent strength and resilience, making it an ideal choice for areas that experience heavy foot traffic or other demanding conditions.

One of the standout features of granite is its natural waterproof properties. Being highly resistant to water absorption, granite is an excellent choice for outdoor applications where moisture exposure is a concern. Its inherent resistance to water also helps prevent the growth of bacteria and mould, making it a hygienic option for various outdoor settings.

Granite's exceptional durability is particularly advantageous for households with children or pets. It is highly resistant to chipping and cracking, which means it can withstand the rigours of active lifestyles and play areas. This robustness ensures that the granite tiles will maintain their integrity and beauty over time, even in high-impact environments. 

Slate Tile

Slate tile offers a wide range of colors and designs, allowing you to create a unique and visually appealing outdoor appearance. The natural beauty and distinctive characteristics of slate can add a touch of elegance and sophistication to your outdoor space.

Slate is also a non-porous material, which means it has low water absorption. This characteristic makes it highly resistant to damage caused by moisture, making it suitable for outdoor areas subjected to direct sunlight and precipitation. However, it's important to note that sealing slate tiles is recommended to enhance their durability and protect them from potential damage caused by prolonged exposure to sunlight and moisture. 

Travertine Tile

Travertine is a type of natural sedimentary stone renowned for its exquisite texture and captivating colors. It is classified as a variant of limestone and is typically extracted from mineral spring deposits in its raw form. While it possesses undeniable beauty and durability, travertine has a slightly pitted surface that can trap dirt and grime if left untreated. To overcome this, it is often polished to achieve a smooth finish, preventing the accumulation of debris. However, it is worth noting that highly polished travertine can become quite slippery when wet, necessitating caution in areas prone to moisture.

Soapstone Tile

Soapstone is a natural stone renowned for its smooth and velvety texture. It is a non-porous material, which means it doesn't absorb water or stains easily. This quality makes it highly resistant to water damage and staining, making it an ideal choice for various applications. Soapstone also possesses exceptional heat resistance, making it suitable for use in regions with hot climates. It is particularly well-suited for areas around swimming pools where water exposure is expected. Additionally, soapstone performs admirably in wet and freezing temperatures, maintaining its durability and integrity even in harsh conditions. While soapstone is often associated with black or dark grey colors, it is worth noting that it can also be found in shades of green and bluish-grey, adding to its aesthetic versatility.

Quarry Tile 

Contrary to its name, quarry tile is not actually extracted from natural quarries. It is a type of engineered stone made by combining dense, unglazed clay with pulverized natural minerals. The mixture is then fired to create a hard and durable product, similar to the process used for traditional brick-making. Quarry tiles are known for their exceptional strength and are particularly well-suited for use as paving materials in outdoor settings, such as patios and courtyards. In fact, this type of tile was specifically designed for outdoor use, offering a reliable and robust solution for areas that require durable and long-lasting surfacing.

What tiles are not suitable for use outdoors?

Natural Stone Marble

Most natural stones tend to become slippery when they are wet, making them less suitable for outdoor use. However, it is particularly important to avoid using marble in outdoor settings. Marble has a tendency to become discoloured with yellow stains when exposed to moisture. Therefore, it is not recommended to use marble in areas where it will be frequently wet or exposed to rain or other sources of water. Marble is a material that prefers dry and hot conditions, where its beauty and integrity can be best preserved. It is advisable to choose alternative stone options for outdoor applications to ensure longevity and maintain the desired aesthetic appeal.

Ceramic

Ceramic tiles, unfortunately, are not frost-proof, which means they are not suitable for outdoor use as they are prone to "popping" or cracking in cold weather. This is primarily due to the manufacturing process of ceramic tiles, which leaves a higher moisture content than porcelain tiles. As a result, the density of ceramic tiles is lower, leaving room for moisture to expand when it freezes. The expansion of moisture during freezing can lead to significant damage to the ceramic patio tiles, causing them to crack or break. To ensure durability and resistance to freezing temperatures, it is recommended to use porcelain tiles for outdoor applications where exposure to cold and freezing conditions is expected. Porcelain tiles have a lower moisture absorption rate and higher density, making them more suitable for outdoor use in areas with frost and fluctuating temperatures.

Can you tile an outdoor patio tile?

Renovating outdoor garden tiles has gained immense popularity due to their distinctive visual appeal and remarkable versatility. Tiles offer a wide range of applications, including floors, backsplashes, countertops, pools, patios, and more, making them suitable for various outdoor surfaces. When using garden tiles to enhance an outdoor space, it is crucial to follow three essential steps to ensure a successful installation and achieve the desired aesthetic.

Planning: Begin by carefully planning the project. Consider the specific area where the tiles will be installed, the design concept, and the desired look and feel. Take measurements, evaluate any special considerations or challenges, and choose the appropriate type and style of tiles for the outdoor environment.

Surface Preparation: Proper surface preparation is vital for a durable and long-lasting tile installation. Ensure that the surface is clean, dry, and free from any debris or contaminants. If necessary, repair any cracks or imperfections and apply a suitable waterproofing or adhesive primer to enhance adhesion and prevent moisture-related issues.

Professional Installation: To achieve the desired outcome, it is recommended to hire a professional tile installer with experience in outdoor applications. They will have the necessary skills and knowledge to handle the unique requirements of outdoor tile installations, including proper tile placement, adhesive selection, grouting, and sealing.

By following these three critical steps—planning, surface preparation, and professional installation—you can successfully transform your outdoor space using garden tiles, creating a visually stunning and functional area that enhances the overall aesthetics of your surroundings.

Benefits of having outdoor patios:

A patio is an outdoor paved area adjacent to a home that is typically used as a recreational or leisure spot. In the past, many homeowners didn't give much attention to their patio spaces, as they often perceived them as less significant or integral to their homes. However, this perception has been changing over time.

One of the notable benefits of having a patio is that it provides a space for relaxation, allowing individuals to enjoy the fresh air while being sheltered from rain or excessive sunlight. While everyone has their own preferred methods of unwinding, a patio can serve as an excellent location to simply relax and let go of all worries. Furthermore, incorporating a fireplace into the patio can enhance its appearance and create a unique ambience, transforming it into a distinctive area to sit and unwind. The combination of a comfortable outdoor setting and the warmth of a fireplace can contribute to a truly relaxing and inviting atmosphere on the patio.

An additional advantage of installing a patio in your home is the opportunity it provides for entertaining, especially for homeowners with limited indoor space. Whether you're planning a barbecue, hosting a gathering with family or friends, or simply enjoying a relaxing evening with your partner and some drinks, a patio offers an ideal outdoor area for these activities. The entertainment aspect of a patio is undoubtedly one of the primary reasons why many people choose to have them installed. It expands the living space, allowing for enjoyable social gatherings and making the most of outdoor living. The versatility and convenience of a patio create an inviting atmosphere for hosting events and spending quality time with loved ones in a comfortable and open-air setting.

How do I choose the outside tile?

The first consideration when choosing outdoor floor tile is the intended location and usage. This factor will guide your subsequent decisions during the purchasing process. For instance, if you plan to use the tile for a new patio, it should be both decorative and functional. Additionally, it is essential to prioritize safety, especially when considering the tile's slip resistance in wet conditions.

The size of the area to be covered, the cost of the tile itself, and the installation expenses should be the next factors to contemplate. Porcelain tile, for instance, is a favourable option that strikes a balance between cost and quality. While it may be pricier than concrete, it competes well with natural stone and offers better scratch resistance.

Lastly, consider the design aspect of your outdoor tiling and how it harmonizes with your garden layout. Different tiles offer distinct qualities in terms of colour, texture, and durability. Take these factors into account to ensure the chosen tiles complement the overall aesthetic and seamlessly integrate with your garden's design.

By considering the location and usage, assessing the size and cost factors, and incorporating suitable design considerations, you can make an informed decision when selecting outdoor tiles for garden.

Can you put outdoor tile over concrete?

If the foundation or base you're referring to is made of cement, then it is generally possible and even recommended to proceed with the intended task. However, if the base consists of tile, additional steps may be necessary. In such a case, you might need to excavate the tile first and then apply a layer of cement underlay and isolation membranes before proceeding further. These measures help ensure a stable and suitable surface for the desired activity. It's important to follow proper procedures and guidelines to ensure successful results.

Why is a solid bed important for patio tiles?

A solid bed is crucial for patio tiles because it provides a stable and durable foundation upon the tiles to be installed upon. Here are a few reasons why a solid bed is important:

Load-bearing support: Patio tiles are subjected to various loads such as foot traffic, furniture, and environmental factors like rain and temperature changes. A solid bed ensures that the weight and forces applied to the tiles are distributed evenly, reducing the risk of cracks or damage.

Stability and longevity: A solid bed prevents tile movement and shifting over time. It helps to maintain the integrity of the patio surface, preventing unevenness and potential tripping hazards. A stable foundation also enhances the longevity of the tiles, minimizing the need for repairs or replacements.

Tile adhesion: Properly applied tile adhesive requires a solid, level surface to bond effectively. A solid bed ensures maximum adhesion between the tiles and the base, reducing the likelihood of tiles becoming loose or dislodged.

Water drainage: A solid bed with proper slope and drainage channels facilitates efficient water runoff. This prevents pooling and water damage, as excess moisture can seep into the underlying layers and compromise the stability of the tiles.

What is the best base for outdoor porcelain tile?

The best base for outdoor porcelain tile is a stable and properly prepared substrate. It is recommended to use a concrete base for outdoor applications as it provides a strong and durable foundation. The concrete should be clean, level, and free of cracks. Additionally, ensuring proper drainage and slope will help to prevent water accumulation under the tile.

What are the best flooring options for a concrete substrate?

When it comes to flooring options for a concrete substrate, there are several great choices available. Here are some popular options:

Porcelain or ceramic tile: Porcelain and ceramic tiles are versatile, durable, and come in various styles and designs, making them suitable for both indoor and outdoor use.

Vinyl flooring: Vinyl flooring is a cost-effective and low-maintenance option that is available in different styles, including tiles that resemble natural materials like wood or stone.

Concrete stain or epoxy coatings: If you prefer a more industrial look, concrete stain or epoxy coatings can be applied directly to the concrete substrate, providing a decorative and durable flooring solution.

Laminate flooring: Laminate flooring offers a wide range of designs and is relatively easy to install. It provides a comfortable and budget-friendly option for concrete substrates.

Hardwood flooring: While hardwood flooring can be installed on a concrete substrate, it requires additional preparation, such as using a moisture barrier or plywood subfloor. It is important to follow manufacturer guidelines for proper installation.

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