Laying 20mm stoneware
The new Marazzi extra-thick 20mm stoneware is ideal for outdoor pavings, including raised pavings. Hard-wearing and resistant to thermal shock, loads and stresses, 20mm porcelain stoneware is highly suitable for paving patios and balconies and for laying garden paths and driveways. The perfect alternative to wood and stone, it remains absolutely unchanged over time.
20mm stoneware can be laid in many different ways; laying on grass for garden paths; laying on sand for beach club paths; laying on gravel for gardens and patios; and laying with glue on screeds for industrial and commercial pavings, driveways and garages.
Dry laying on grass allows the creation of paths and areas that integrate well both with the surrounding landscaping and a variety of architectural contexts.
Dry laying on sand is ideal for creating paths and walkways within beach resorts. Since the system is so flexible, slabs can be removed and relaid in new positions for different holiday seasons.
Dry laying on gravel is a practical, versatile solution that provides a contemporary effect.
Traditional laying with adhesive on concrete screeds is ideal for outdoor areas used by vehicles, such as the entrances to garages.
Tutorial videos on laying 20mm stoneware
20mm stoneware is easy to lay. Marazzi tutorial videos provide clear, simple guidance on the entire laying process and show the steps required to lay this material dry on all types of surface, indoors and outdoors.