Revetment slates (Lining tiles). – those are tiles with a natural shape for revetment and flagstone over a concrete base – they have thickness varying from 15mm to 25mm. THEY ARE USED FOR CLADDING
Gneiss plates that we offer are with the best qualities (strength, density, colour) typical for the region from which we obtain them- East part of Rhodope mountain, Ivaylovgrad) because we extract them from a great depth of the earthly strata.
The gneiss from Ivaylovgrad is well known on both the domestic market and on the international market.
The natural stone for the tiling is offered in an unshaped form which is acquired naturally by breaking it from the huge rock.
|up to 9 pc.||15 mm to 25 mm|
|up to 12 pc.||15 mm to 25 mm|
|up to 20 pc.||15 mm to 25 mm|
|up to 30 pc.||15 mm до 25 mm|
|* A pallet consists of 27 lines, covering 25 sq/m and weighs 1200 kg.|
Paving slabs – must be laid on concrete flooring. The flooring tiles should be put down well without cavities beneath them.
Such flooring can withstand heavy load and it is recommended to use natural 5 cm thick Gneiss plates.
Also with this thickness, Gneiss plates are used for paths and alleys where stones are laid on top of sand beds.
This type of natural stone- Gneiss from Ivaylovgrad is ideal for outdoor flooring because the surface is slightly rugged.
Our Gneiss is completely natural ecological material with multifunctional applications and everlasting pavements
Our Gneiss from Ivailovgrad extracted from the depth of the Eastern Rhodopes can satisfy even the most fastidious clients and open their imagination.
This natural stone- Gneiss can be combined with glass and wood and this makes Gneiss perfect and easy to apply in your very high standard home, restaurant, hotel, swimming pool. This natural product – Gneiss is the most suitable natural material which you can use for pillars, window sills, around the windows frames, door frame, ledges, skirting or you can decorate indoor or outdoor walls.
|up to 2 pc.||25 mm to 40 mm|
|up to 8 pc.||25 mm to 40 mm|
|* A pallet consists of 16 lines, covering 15 sq/m and weighs 1270 kg.|