Terracotta Paver 12″x12″x3/4″
- Interior floors, walls, mudrooms, kitchen islands, entryways, backsplashes, fireplace surrounds, bathroom floors and decorative walls.
- Commercial and high traffic areas such as restaurants, bars and offices.
- Stair risers and stair treads.
- Some outdoor applications, such as, patio floors under a covered area. Outdoor kitchens and showers in warmer climates and most areas not directly exposed to freezing conditions.
Avoid use in
- Areas exposed to harsh freezing conditions, sloped floors in wet areas and shower floors.
Thin or Thick
Indoor Paver Installation
If you are installing pavers indoors, you need to grout your pavers. Note that your terracotta pavers should be sealed before grouting to keep the grout from staining the surface. Also, seal your indoor paver installation heavily after installation, and after the grout is dry, to prevent any moisture absorption. Make sure to do a grout sample before starting on the full area.
Outdoor Paver Installation
Outdoors, pavers are often installed with no grout between. If this is the case, sealing is not necessary. Non-grouting and non-sealing creates an “impervious surface.” This means the water can go through the joints and then soak into the ground. Sidenote: If you are going for a heavy patina look, consider NOT grouting your pavers (indoors and outdoors.). Please read more on the blog.