WHAT IS PORTSTONE?

PORTSTONE is an innovative, patent pending flooring product that is made from a specially modified cementitious material enhanced with co-polymers, industrial grade aggregates, acrylic resins, and other proprietary components all reinforced with a woven fiberglass mesh. It is made to resemble brick, stone, slate, and tile. PORTSTONE is only 1/4" thick, yet it has more impact resistance than ceramic tile or even full sized brick.

PORTSTONE has the look and feel of brick and stone, but it is much easier and faster to install. It is installed much like ceramic tile onto thin-set mortar, but instead of installing one brick at the time, with PORTSTONE PAVER SHEETS, as many as 16 bricks can be laid in one motion.

                      

PORTSTONE PAVER SHEETS are made up of several "bricks" connected by fiberglass mesh and laid out in a predetermined pattern. Because the pattern is already established for you, even complex patterns such as herringbone, circles, and even logos are laid in a small fraction of the time and cost that would be required with regular brick pavers or cut stone. And, there's no need for a tile saw or expensive diamond blades. Using a sharp scoring tool, simply score the PortStone Paver at the desired cut location and snap it along that line, then cut the mesh. Rounded cuts are very easily done with regular tile nippers. On interior surfaces, PORTSTONE PAVERS can be used anywhere ceramic tile could be used. Now you can have a brick floor over conventional foundations or basements!  PORTSTONE weighs less than typical ceramic tile.

Daily maintenance is very easy. Simply dust mop or damp mop occasionally. Also, mopping on a thin coat of our recommended fast drying floor finish every 6 months will keep your PORTSTONE floor looking as good as new in as little as 20 minutes.

All PORTSTONE products are handmade, giving each floor its own unique and special character and appeal available nowhere else. PortStone can be used on interior floors or exterior use on porches, patios, pool decks, and walkways.   Testing has shown PORTSTONE to be more impact resistant than ceramic tile, thin brick pavers, or even full size brick. PORTSTONE can even be used on interior vertical surfaces such as fireplace surrounds, accent walls, and backsplashes.

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