Floating Paver System
Floating pavers for a stylish refined finish
Structurally engineered, vitrified porcelain tile ranges that offer strength, ease of care & a premium finish. Outdure tiles are the same colour all the way through which protects against discolouring & disguises any scratches. Ideal for high traffic zones, our tiles have commercial slip ratings, excellent rigidity & are resistant to frosts, chemicals & staining. No need for adhesives, grout or sealants when laid using Outdure’s installation products.
CONTEMPORARY TILES THAT CAN BE INSTALLED ON OUR SELF-LEVELLING DECK JACKS PEDESTALS, OR ON OUR QWICKBUILD SUB-STRUCTURE SYSTEM FOR A STABLE, DURABLE SOLUTION FOR INSTALLATIONS OVER WATERPROOF MEMBRANES, NATURAL GROUND OR CONCRETE
Outdure tile benefits & attributes
- HIGH NON-SLIP CO-EFFICIENT RATINGSuitable for residential & commercial applications.
- NO GROUTING OR SEALS REQUIRED WITH QWICKBUILDEasy & fast to install with range of patented X-spacers & twist clips.
- DURABLE & LOW MAINTENANCEEasy and quick to clean & maintain.
Multi-residential, commercial rooftop developments, remedial membrane installations & urban courtyards.
All tiles are the same dimensions and are ideal for residential & commercial applications with higher load & foot track requirements.
600 X 20 X 600 MM
V3 Moderate – High
Full Body VitrifiedPorcelain Rectified
All hidden fasteners & necessarycomponents are included
BENDING STRENGTHFROST RESISTANTSTAIN RESISTANTDURABLELOW MAINTENANCEWARRANTY
STONE INSPIRE – P5MINERAL – P4
Our design team are experienced and have all the tips and tricks to maximise your outdoor living area & work to your budget. We can help recommend the most efficient layout & effective installation methodology.
Outdure’s Floating Paver System for a Beautiful Finish
We use our own Qwickbuild floating paver system to create strong and stable decks. Qwickbuild is a modular aluminum frame that is incredibly lightweight and y strong. It is suitable for low height decks and provides a level and stable surface onto which exterior tiles, composite decking boards, and even artificial turf can be attached. It is suitable for outdoor use to be placed on concrete, natural ground, or pavers, and when used with a membrane can be used for rooftop spaces. Traditionally wood was the choice for decks, and many clients still love the natural look of wood. However, a tiled or floating paver deck can be more practical. Tiles generally do not splinter and are more resistant to stains and the elements, whereas wood can take on stains if not properly treated and may become slippery if wet. In addition, although composite boards tend to last longer, natural wood can degrade over time, meaning replacement costs will need to be factored in.
What kind of tiles do I need?
When choosing a floating paver system, it’s vitally important to use the right kind of tiles. Interior and exterior tiles have different properties as exterior tiles must be resistant to the elements. Smooth surfaces can become extremely dangerous when wet, which can be a major concern with decking alternatives, so any exterior tile that you use must have an anti-slip surface. As exterior stone tiles are often used in areas with swimming pools, the chance of a serious injury is very high if you do not choose suitable tiles. Outdure’s range of tiles is specially selected for use with the Qwickbuild floating pedestal system. They come in three beautiful, natural looking shades. Each has an anti-slip surface, meaning far less chance of taking a tumble when the pavers are wet. The Qwickbuild system ensures there are no gaps between the exterior stone tiles and that they provide an even surface. Trip hazards can be lethal for people of all ages, but it’s especially important for people who may be unsteady on their feet.
Can I install a floating paver system myself?
According to internet videos, it seems almost anyone could install their own floating pedestal system, but the smart decision is to consult with experts. There are real risks of causing thousands of dollars worth of damage to spaces which have a roof garden improperly installed above. Imagine personal liability if someone has an accident tripping over on an uneven or unsteady floating paver system that you have installed.
Consulting with Outdure means you will gain the benefit of our design and engineering experience. Design input is very important, as we have done hundreds of different designs, and we know how you can get the most out of your space. We can advise on the types of materials alternative to wood decking, which would be most suitable for the location and use you have selected. Our engineering know-how will give you peace of mind that your floating paver deck has been professionally installed and will be a safe and enjoyable space for everyone to enjoy.
Take a look at some of the projects we have completed and view our range of beautiful exterior stone tiles to get an idea of how we could transform your living environment with a floating paver system.Read Less
How are exterior tiles installed?
In addition to installing tiles using traditional methods such as our pedestals, QwickBuild sub-structure system is a durable, stable solution ideal for many projects including tiles over membrane & when a low height finish is required.
“Once again an amazing system. We would recommend the Outdure system for its stability & ease of application due to the detailed plan provided by your team.Thank you”PROJECT MANAGER, CUSTOM CONSTRUCTIONStuart Barnes
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