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Renovate & Recolour Old Terracotta Tiles

Terracotta Resurfacing

Homeowners are frequently looking for cost effective ways to change the colour of terracotta tiles. Large terracotta paved and tiled areas such as driveways and pool surrounds can become prohibitively expensive to rip up and replace. This is where StoneSet has numerous advantages to get you out of the 80s and bring these areas back into the present.

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Change The Colour of Terracotta Tiles

The ubiquitous orange of terracotta can be found on older buildings typically used for outdoor paving patios, foyers and roof tiling. Owing to its lower cost of production and numerous advantages as a building material. Terracotta was incredibly popular during the 70s and 80s. Fastforward to today, many people are now looking to modernise their homes and replace them.

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Replace Old & Broken Terracotta Tiles

Today the aged terracotta colour look is everywhere; cracked tiles, lichen on roof tiles, and the occasional earthenware pipe protruding from the ground.

So with the era of terracotta over, many homeowners are looking at paver and driveway resurfacing, changing the colour of terracotta tiles.

Unable to go with some other paving alternatives some homeowners and even resort to painting external terracotta tiles!

By using an existing surface you can dramatically reduce the amount of raw material used to replace the paving as well as eliminating the waste being taken to landfill.

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