Slatescape has over 35 years experience as a slate supplier. A large part of our business is the provision of high quality Brazilian natural slate tiles for flooring and walls, as well as our standard slate roof tile offering. They are available in two colour options – Graphite and Grey-Green.
Known for their versatility and durability, natural slate floor tiles are a popular choice with property owners for both indoor and outdoor use and look great in modern and traditional schemes alike.
From kitchens, hallways and bathrooms through to outdoor patios and other landscaped garden spaces, slate floor tiles offer a beautiful, durable and hardwearing surface – which is easy to clean and will last for many years if sealed and polished during the fitting process.
Slatescape floor tiles are suitable for both domestic and commercial applications and can also be used on walls as a waterproof and durable alternative to other wall surface products.
Our Brazilian floor tiles are made from high quality graphite slate, with a flat surface and pleasing shade variations. There is virtually no unstable minerals such as pyrites, graphite, carbon and un-oxidised irons in the tiles and they will withstand the most severe weather conditions. The product is unaffected by sunlight, ultraviolet light and even acid rain.
Advantages of Slatescape’s Brazilian natural slate floor tiles:
- Inside and outside applications
- High quality natural product
- Suits modern or traditional schemes
- Beautiful, long-lasting and hardwearing
- Pleasing subtle variations of colour in each tile
- Less slippery when wet than alternative natural stone products
- Once sealed is impervious to dirt and easy to clean
- Matches Graphite and Grey-Green roof tiles – advantageous for outdoor schemes
Need help with slate flooring?
Contact Slatescape for advice on your slate floor tile requirements and help to find your nearest merchant.
Tel: 01254 685 175
|Water Absorption||Complies W1 0.46%|
|Contents of Carbonate||Complies 0.1%|
|MOR Characteristics||Longitudinal 52 MPA|
|SO2 Exposure Test||S1|
|Thermal Cycle Test||T1|
|European Standard||EN 12326|