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Timber-effect porcelain tiles get hyper-realistic...

Thanks to its print and mould-making technology, Surface 360's porcelain tiles offer almost identical copies of wood grains - but without the potential warping, staining and rot of the real thing

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Surface 360 Timeless Interior 10mm porcelain tiles come in a beautifully crafted plank format and accurately re-create the look of natural weathered timber.
Surface 360 Timeless Interior 10mm porcelain tiles come in a beautifully crafted plank format and accurately re-create the look of natural weathered timber.

Timber-effect tiles look like wood but do not act like wood. Made from porcelain and used on floors and walls, timber-effect tiles can incorporate a range of grain designs, natural irregularities and weathered finishes.

Technology has enabled Surface 360 to produce hyper-realistic timber-effect porcelain tiles that reproduce almost the exact appearance of natural timbers such as oak, ash, pine and walnut.

Compared to real timber, porcelain is extremely durable, easy to install and high load bearing. It doesn’t warp, stain or rot when wet, making it easy to clean and maintain and, most importantly, it is resistant to mould, moss and verdigris.

Surface 360 (formally The Deck Tile Co) specialises in timber-effect porcelain tiles for both the interior and exterior of commercial and residential projects.

  • Boardwalk Levato Mono 20mm porcelain paving tiles. The weathered, timber-effect range is available in three different shades and has a textured, grained finish as standard.
    Boardwalk Levato Mono 20mm porcelain paving tiles. The weathered, timber-effect range is available in three different shades and has a textured, grained finish as standard.
  • Timeless Interior 10mm porcelain plank format tiles are available in five sizes.
    Timeless Interior 10mm porcelain plank format tiles are available in five sizes.
  • The TeknoTimber Levato Mono 20mm porcelain paving tile is a popular choice for those who like conventional timber decking, but require zero maintenance, high slip resistance and a longer life span.
    The TeknoTimber Levato Mono 20mm porcelain paving tile is a popular choice for those who like conventional timber decking, but require zero maintenance, high slip resistance and a longer life span.
  • Arbortek Interior 10mm porcelain tiles - an ultra-realistic range that incorporates the natural irregularities of wood into its design.
    Arbortek Interior 10mm porcelain tiles - an ultra-realistic range that incorporates the natural irregularities of wood into its design.
  • Boardwalk Interior 10mm porcelain tiles are available in three shades in a 150mm x 900mm plank format.
    Boardwalk Interior 10mm porcelain tiles are available in three shades in a 150mm x 900mm plank format.
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For more information, porcelain tile samples and technical support, visit surface360.co.uk

 

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