Cognac – Emperor Country

The EMPEROR® Country 'Cognac' porcelain floor tile is a warm chestnut brown, with the deeper patterning of richly seasoned timber. Equally stunning in both contemporary and traditional environments, it enables the warmth of wooden flooring to extend from the house into the garden.

Unlike other porcelain floor tiles, EMPEROR floor tiles have a slightly conical edge – their ‘natural edge’.

This offers two key benefits:
Looks:- Once laid, EMPEROR floor tiles look just like natural wood and are clearly different from ceramic floor tiles with calibrated edges.
Resistance to wear:- Their slanting edges give EMPEROR floor tiles extra stability, making them more resistant to cracking and damage to the edges.

Suitable for indoor and outdoor use

Patterning: Wood effect
Edge: Natural

Repeats: The number of repeats of a pattern within a product depends on how lively the pattern is. Our porcelain will vary from 22 repeats in more lively tiles down to 4 in the plainer products

Format: 400mm x 1200mm x 20mm thick

 

Is this product hard wearing?

Our porcelain paving have a hard surface and are easy to clean. Unlike natural stone, these porcelain products do not require sealing or specific cleaning products. Even spots of grease or red wine can be easily cleaned away. They can be cleaned with just water and a soft scrubbing brush.

Will weather effect these products?

Our porcelain paving range is weather, frost and acid resistant.

 

Are these products slippery?

All Emperor range floor tiles have a slip safety rating of at least 11 which means the products have been tested in various wet and dry conditions and have proven to be very low risk of slipping.

 

Where can I lay these products?

Our porcelain paving is ideal for use on patios, roof terraces and balconies, as well as indoors.

 

What can these products be laid on to?

The Emperor range can be laid on to:

  • permeable mortar
  • pedestals
  • with recommended adhesive on concrete floor
  • bedding aggregate (no cement)
What is porcelain?

Our porcelain is produced from low lime clays, quartz and felspar (minerals) which are shaped by dry pressing and then fired at very high temperatures. This results in a highly durable material with a low level absorption (Spillages don’t soak in).

Can I use under floor heating?

Yes you can. The heat will transfer through the porcelain, it will take a little longer to heat up but holds the heat well much like stone.

 

Price per Sq metre
£70.00 ex VAT
£84.00 inc VAT