The quickest and simplest application. The slabs can be repositioned if necessary
LAYING ON GRASS
The slabs are placed on the terrain according to the preferred laying pattern, with staggered or running joints: if the size of the joint will allow it (minimum 3 cm), grass can be grown between the slabs offering continuity with the nearby lawn. They can be repositioned and are perfect for creating natural pathways and for usage in green areas such as parks and gardens.
LAYING ON GRAVEL
This type of foundation guarantees necessary stability and drainage of rainwater whether for a terrace or a garden. The joint can be small. The paving can also be removed and repositioned in situations such as these.
LAYING ON SAND
A very practical type of application used specifically for facilities close to the seaside, such as bathing establishments and tourism villages. It helps to mark out safe pathways for those with reduced mobility and withstands aggression from salt air and water.
For terraces, attics, balconies, swimming pools and spaces where the foundation must remain inspectable and guarantee that rainwater is eliminated. This is a form of laying that has been tested and proven on modular and adjustable supports that allow the flooring to adapt to various technical and aesthetic needs.
The application that guarantees drive-over with no surprises
LAYING WITH GLUE OR ON SCREED
The slabs are glued onto a rigid screed for exceptionally longlasting outdoor applications: perfect for areas particularly subject to vehicle access such as courtyards and driveways, roads and situations requiring safe vehicular passage. The rectified edge allows for precise laying.