History of the appearance of paving slabs.

Porcelain tiles have long won the hearts of all landscape designers or architects. Any businessman considers it his duty to lay out the paving path in front of the office. Currently, not a single business center is complete without paving slabs.

The predecessor of paving slabs was an ordinary bridge stone and expanded clay, which they began to use back in the 16th century. The areas of some cities in Europe are still covered with such a stone, and the famous bridge road Rome Apiev has served its inhabitants for 20 centuries. In the construction of home, expanded clay was used. Despite all its advantages, the bridge stone eventually gave way to paving slabs familiar to the real days. Now webials are perceived by us more as historical monuments than as a coating for the road. The reason why the paving stones faded into the background of steel and difficulties in laying it. You may be interested in renting a crane.

Paving slabs are produced by vibration pressing or vibrating. It includes 3 components: dye, cement and sand. Porcelain tile does not contain reinforcement, and even despite this, it has high strength and frost resistance, due to which its service life can reach 30 years.