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The Levato Mono 20mm porcelain paver/tile system is the pinnacle of external raised flooring technology, enabling the specification of a lightweight, slip resistant and attractive raised access flooring solution. The incredible technical properties of 20mm porcelain tiles combined with uncompromised aesthetics, makes our system the ideal choice for commercial and residential applications.
Through advanced print and mould making technology, we are able to offer almost identical copies of original materials. With up to 30 prints for each 20 paving range, allowing for the creation of natural looking surfaces.
Our 20mm porcelain paver system is regularly specified for external dining and recreational areas including London Zoo; Jamie's Italian; Ascot Race Course and many other pubs and restaurants, as well as for commercial areas including the new LIDL HQ Northfleet and the Portico Terrace at Theatre Royal Drury Lane, to name but a few.
Our ranges of complementary internal porcelain tiles create a seamless visual transition from outside to inside spaces.
Explore below using the filter option to find a range that perfectly suits your needs.
The shade variation key opposite shows at a glance the variation in shade from paver to paver across a range
A unique stone effect range designed with multi-tonal stone striations... view range
What is the total weight of Levato Mono per m²?
Approximately 46.28kgs, if used with paver support pads this figure would be plus a hundred grams or so; pedestals would add a couple of Kilos or so dependent on layout; paver size; height of support etc.
Can you assist with the design/layout of my floor space?
Yes we can, in fact we do not like to supply the Levato System without first producing a layout drawing to ensure the correct size cuts are specified at the perimeter edges, as there is a minimum practicable size of cuts for different support options.
My balcony has open sides, is it suitable for raised paving?
Yes quite possibly but you would need to discuss this with our technical team.