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Panoramic Porcelain Surfaces


EXTRA-LARGE FORMAT PORCELAIN SURFACES
THE VERSATILITY OF PORCELAIN SURFACES

Install New Large Porcelain Surfaces and Reap the Benefits for Many Years to Come

Explore Endless Possibilities


Large Porcelain Slabs


Europe has already been designing with these extra-large format surfaces for a couple of years. Now they’ve hit the American market and they are making a huge impact. They increase the scale and style of porcelain tile on par with natural stone slab and that’s opening up a whole new world.

Imagine trying to construct an entire wall out of a natural stone or marble slab. It would be nearly impossible, considering costs, density, and the amount of labor involved! That’s where large format porcelain slabs come in handy. And thankfully, it isn’t too difficult to get your hands on porcelain tile slabs. If you’re in the business of saving money, time, and labor on a renovation project, you might be interested in learning more about these miraculous slabs of porcelain that are revolutionizing the modern world. Whether you enjoy the marbled look, or you are seeking something to give the stunning appearance of a room made of stone, you can find plenty to enjoy with these versatile and highly useful large porcelain slabs.

Large Porcelain Slabs Explained


It would perhaps be a shorter list to mention the ways porcelain slabs don’t save you time, work, and money. In fact, new production companies have been able to manufacture large format slabs that are larger than ever before, making it even easier to cover a wall or a floor in no time at all.

Large porcelain slabs are usually installed on top of a substrate, such as a dense foam backing or even a cement board. This is to be used as the buffer between the porcelain and the support, which is typically plywood for cabinets and natural stone for solid walls and other surfaces. It’s important to note that porcelain tile slabs can be installed directly on top of existing natural stone, as long as it is natural. Marble, quartzite, and granite are all viable options. Because the porcelain is so thin, it makes it so lightweight. It’s very easy to transport and can be installed in slabs, tiles, blocks, or custom shapes. It can be applied on vertical surfaces, horizontal surfaces, and smaller decor.