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20mm, laying on sand

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Dry laying on sand is ideal for creating paths and walkways within beach resorts. Since the system is so flexible, slabs can be removed and relaid in new positions for different holiday seasons. Light colours are recommended as they become less hot than darker shades.
The key benefits are:

  • Fast installation
  • Easy removal and repositioning
  • Cost savings, as no skilled labour is required
  • Cost savings, as no skilled labour is required
  • Skid resistance.
Preparing the substrate

Create a layer of sand at least 5-10 cm deep and level it carefully.

Laying surface

The tiles are laid on the substrate.

Laying the slabs

Arrange the slabs in the chosen layout.

 

Joints

The gaps between the slabs should be chosen depending on the overall appearance required.