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Valverdi Copse Smoke outdoor porcelain tiles are realistic wood effect paving slabs with fantastic smoked wood effect graining and natural tones. Get the look of real wood decking with less of the maintenance, and match your indoor living spaces for a contemporary feel.
These wood effect tiles are large format and measure 1200mm x 300mm and are 20mm thick. These large format tiles also have an excellent R11c anti slip rating and are naturally slip resistant due to their textured surface.
Focusing on natural wood grains and tones, the Valverdi Copse range brings a sense of nature and space into your home or onto your outside decking area. The wood effect porcelain tiles are ideal wooden flooring substitutes, retaining the look of wooden flooring but with none of the maintenance or ageing that natural wood inherently brings. These are the perfect tiles for someone who wants the look and feel of real wood flooring, with none of the hassle and maintenance requirements.
Porcelain is a great choice for floor tiles as it is frost, fade, scratch and stain resistant, meaning your tiles will look as good in 20 years as they do today! Vitrified porcelain is extremely hard wearing, twenty times tougher than glass and second only to diamond in terms of hardness. This makes it the ideal choice for floor tiles and perfect for anything modern living throws at it.
Delivery Time: 3 - 4 Day Delivery
Express: 1 - 2 Day Delivery*
Delivery: FREE on orders over £300!*
* Orders completed and payment cleared by 12 noon, delivery to mainland UK only.
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|Range||Valverdi Copse||Selling Unit||Per Box|
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|Tile Weight||16.45 Kg||Box Weight||32.90 Kg|
|Size||1200 x 300mm||Per m2||2.80 Tiles|
|Box Qty||2||Box Coverage||0.714m2|
|Wear Grade||Commercial||Slip Resistance||R11 C|
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A 'working day' is Monday to Friday, excluding bank holidays. Weekends and bank holidays do not count as working days.