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Intended use and loading of external flooring

One of the first critical points to consider in choosing the best outdoor flooring for your home is the use that will be made of the latter, therefore brought to the load and resistance. Logical that you always look for the combination of aesthetics and practicality. One of the most used materials for furnishing its exteriors is solid wood. In fact, well worked, the solid wood gives open spaces or gardens a natural and unforced aspect, which allows the eye to freely move and find the flooring perfectly integrated with the surrounding landscape. Long lasting and particularly weatherproof, it is the ideal material for the decoration of your living spaces. Another resistant and aesthetically appreciated material is porphyry, followed by porcelain stoneware. And not only that, of course.


Particular, refined and original outdoor flooring

It is anyone's dream to find the perfect combination of originality and practicality. In recent years there have been progress and evolutions also in the construction field. The most common example of sought-after outdoor flooring is grassy cobblestones. Ever heard of it? These are large pebbles of different sizes joined together. Thanks to this feature, laying is easier and more efficient, given the magnificent final result that gives the impression of many single pebbles next to each other. The shape of the pebbles is usually rounded, to allow the grass to grow without being damaged. Lately, wood flooring for exteriors that has not undergone damage over time has also spread, consisting of natural and waterproof slats. What's more pleasant than outdoor wood, natural and dynamic?

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