Now is a Great Time for an Update


Why wait? Now’s the perfect time to turn your cement slab patio or walkway into a tile masterpiece with Down to Earth® outdoor tile pavers.

Spring is always a great time to do outdoor projects around the house. What better way to improve the look of your outdoor space than with real kiln fired paving brick. Imagine the difference it will make when combined with your other landscape projects.

Down to Earth is a kiln fired ceramic tile that is installed the same way as other ceramic tile around your home. The difference is, Down to Earth is heavy-duty extremely durable tile with a slip resisting surface and low absorption, making  it the right ceramic tile for outdoor projects.

Time to Tile Outdoors

Spring is here and there is no better time to make outdoor home improvements than now. Add beauty to any outdoor living space with Down to Earth® paving tile. Concrete walkways, patios, pool surrounds, all can be improved with natural look and feel of true, kiln fired, Down to Earth. And Down to Earth is 1/2″ thick and installs using the same basic tools as other ceramic tile. Down to earth can be used on both horizontal and vertical surfaces. Just make sure your surface is ready to be tiled and that you follow the installation materials manufacturer’s directions for tiling outdoors. A crack isolation membrane may be required for areas subject to freeze/thaw. Get the satisfaction of improving the look of your outdoor living space with natural Down to Earth paving tile. spring

Not all Ceramic Tile is Suitable for Outdoors in Winter Weather

Not all tile is created equal. In choosing a ceramic tile for outdoor use you must make sure that the tile has a slip resisting surface and is low enough absorption – vitreous – so that it can withstand freeze thaw conditions. And even when you have the right tile it must be installed properly on the correct substrate. Down to Earth is low absorption and has an unglazed slip resisting surface. follow this link for more tips on installing tile for outdoors that will stand up to any climate. But if you live where its cold wait until spring when the weather warms a bit before doing any tilling outdoors!