Polygonal gneiss boards retain the natural shapes that are so attractive in antique cladding and flooring. They are very attractive both in the interior and in the yard, for pavements of paths, lining of walls, recreation areas and others. With a choice of polygonal tiles from Valmarg Stone you can provide a beautiful flooring or cladding in one of two colors of the material – golden beige or silver gray. Laying the tiles is slower due to the irregular shapes that need to fit well.
More and more people prefer the natural beauty of polygonal natural stone slabs . The gneiss material is available with a thickness of the polygonal tiles between 1.5 and 4.5 cm. You can use thinner tiles for cladding, but for flooring you should choose tiles with a thickness of at least 2.5 cm, and even better with maximum thickness – 4.5 cm.
Advantages of polygonal tiles for cladding and flooring
The different shapes offer variety. You can even create decorative elements when you spend more time selecting and matching. In addition, if you want you can choose tiles in only one color from those offered by Valmarg Stone, and you can also make a combination of tiles in both colors.
- Advantages of gneiss
When using polygonal stones for flooring, you will ensure a very suitable surface that is not slippery even after rain. For both flooring and cladding, gneiss promises long-term durability and preservation of their appearance.
Gneiss is also very resistant to chemicals. Therefore, you will not have to worry about permanent staining in case of accidental spillage of any solution containing chemicals.
Gneiss slabs are especially preferred for flooring
Apart from the general advantages of gneiss as a durable, non-slip material, it also attracts with many other advantages for flooring – internal and external:
- Possibility of laying on concrete or directly on the ground: When choosing polygonal paving slabs, for example on paths, you can provide a sufficient amount for cladding already made concrete foundations of the paths, as well as their side parts. You can also use gneiss cuttings for side cladding. Flooring requires much less effort to maintain, without the need to provide special cleaning materials.
- Permeability: When laying an external pavement of gneiss polygonal slabs on the ground without the use of a fixing mixture, the material is permeable to water, it can absorb water from the soil and thus reduce evaporation.
- Using a grass joint to complement the paths: Very attractive are the pavements of slabs with a polygonal shape with planted grass in the joints between them.
Polygonal slabs of gneiss stone Ivaylovgrad are very suitable for various decorative applications in the home and beyond. Take examples of ancient cladding and flooring, the cladding of fountains, wells, niches, benches and tables and other elements in the yard. It is important to select and combine the main plates, and between them you can fill with cuttings and gneiss bones – pieces up to 40 cm long, between 3 and 5 cm wide and up to 4 cm thick. In the interior the combination with natural wood – for skirting boards, frames, shelves, etc., is the most appropriate combination.