Despite the recent difficulties faced over the past few months, the team here at PrimaPorcelain are extremely excited and proud to share the latest updates regarding our project with former English Premier League Champions, Leicester City Football Club! The Foxes have been hard at work over the last year building their state-of-the-art, £100m training complex which is set to be completed for the start of the next Premier League campaign and progress over the last few months has really started to pick up.
PrimaPorcelain has helped in the creation of the new Seagrave training ground by supplying over 600 square metres of our gorgeous Concrete Silver porcelain paving which is being installed within the players' hydrotherapy garden and courtyard terraces located in the main building. The porcelain tiles are being installed on top of our adjustable, self-levelling support pedestals, which have contributed to the quick turnaround and progress on-site.
Take a look at some of the fantastic images coming out from the training ground below:
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As well as high-quality porcelain paving and tiles, our sister company TimberTechUK have also supplied Leicester City with more than 500 square metres of their EasyClean Terrain+ Silver Maple composite decking, which is being installed on balconies of the main, centrepiece building.
Silver Maple Composite Decking >
The whole team here at PrimaPorcelain are incredibly proud of the progress made so far on the installation of our porcelain tiles and very much look forward to seeing the finished results. Be sure to keep an eye out on further updates from us, where we will be showing off the final look!
If you would like to enquire about our Concrete Silver porcelain tiles or any other products in our range, then please do not hesitate to get in touch with a member of the PrimaPorcelain team today, we are more than happy to help with anything you may have.
This beautiful patio area was created using our 20mm Travertine Grey porcelain paving! We love how our stylish grey pavers look alongside those curved white garden walls. Very modern!
It rains a lot in this country. If you live in the UK and you have a garden, that garden of yours is frequently going to get wet.
This is nothing new, but it is something to bear in mind when you're shopping for outdoor tiles. Your patio will need to be capable of withstanding Britain's infamously wet weather, but perhaps even more importantly, you need to know that your paving won't get too slippery after a shower.
After all, you don't want to slip and hurt yourself when you're trying to relax and enjoy your garden!
Porcelain paving is an increasingly popular choice for outdoor living spaces. Vitrified porcelain has a number of attractive advantages when compared to more traditional materials like turf or natural stone paving - but are there any downsides?
There’s no doubt that nearly every home in the UK has some sort of tiles installed either on the inside or outside of the property. Whether it’s in the kitchen, bathroom, or garden, the majority of homes use tiles as an effective, fashionable way to style a floor.
Whilst it’s understandable that homeowners choose tiles based solely around aesthetic reasons, it’s important to realise that most floor tiles are assigned a slip rating, known as an ‘R’ value, in accordance to the environment in which they should be installed. Tiles which aren’t assigned slip ratings are graded to a specific minimum standard regardless. R values span a scale from R9 (minimum standard) through to R13 (greatest slip resistance), which can be understood further in our handy graphic below.