Outdoor patio tile is a great option for flooring in an area exposed to the elements. Easy to install and able to withstand extreme changes in temperature (if the right type is chosen), this material also provides endless design possibilities.
Outdoor tile work in some ways can be cleaned much like their interior counter parts. A major consideration though is that most outdoor tiles have a protective coating or sealer placed on them. This sealer is used to protect the tiles from the outside environment of sun and rain.
Tile Council of North America recommends the installation of movement joints every 8 to 12 feet, using a flexible sealant like CUSTOM’s Commercial 100% Silicone Caulk.
A round fire pit is set into a patio made of irregular flagstone and created by Southview Design, based in Minneapolis. The fire pit patio is made of Chilton natural stone and the wall block is Anchor's Highland Stone.
What is the best tile to use for an outdoor patio? Our slate, quartzite and porcelain tiles are well suited for all climates. Since it’s freeze-thaw rated, porcelain can stand up to even the most extreme winter weather conditions.
Outdoor slate tile that’s quarried in these areas will last a lifetime on your outdoor patio with proper care and maintenance. Choosing Slate Flooring Tiles When choosing slate flooring tiles for your patio, it’s important to consider the size, shape and color of the tiles.
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With outdoor patio tiles made from this natural stone you can transform the look and feel of your space dramatically. Normally you will see travertine ranging from brown to cream in color. This material is well-known for its beauty but also its pitted surface which is a result of gasses escaping as the stone forms.