20 mm thick flooring

20 mm thick ceramic floor tiles offer a robust and reliable solution, allowing this flooring to be used in a variety of applications. They offer the perfect combination of strength, durability, and versatility.

With a thickness of 20 mm, these ceramic floors are able to withstand heavy loads and resist daily wear and tear in high traffic environments, making them ideal not only for private use, but also for commercial, public and residential areas where greater resistance to abrasion and impact is required.

Uses for 20 mm paving

Ceramica Mayor’s 20 mm porcelain tiles, exclusively developed in a C3 outdoor finish, are available in a wide selection of colours that are perfect for any project that requires the added bonus of slip resistance with an exceptional finish and strength.
These paving tiles are designed to withstand adverse conditions, such as constant exposure to the sun or snowfall, maintains its appearance intact over time, thanks to the low porosity of porcelain stoneware, is resistant to areas exposed to water, such as swimming pools, which also gives them the singularity of requiring low maintenance.


Types of installation

In addition to the traditional way of laying 20 mm porcelain tiles, there are other ways of installing this resistant paving that will give your project a distinctive touch:

On grass

20 mm thick ceramic floor tiles offer a versatile and resistant solution even on soft floors, such as lawns. Ideal for outdoor spaces, they offer the possibility of creating stable and durable surfaces in areas where the base of the ground is more spongy or shifty.

To lay the tiles, the surface will be marked out by placing the tiles in the place where they will be installed and marking the outline with a shovel. Once everything is in place, we will remove the grass and soil from each tiled area to a depth of approximately 5cm, fill the base with a bed of gravel and then place each tile in its position using a soft rubber hammer.

Gravel or sand

The installation of 20 mm thick porcelain tiles on a dry and hard floor such as gravel is relatively simple and offers a beautiful and modern result.

It is installed by preparing the gravel base so that it is levelled and stable. Afterwards, a layout of the tiles is made, and the excess gravel is removed with the help of a shovel until the tile is in line with the rest of the floor. Finally, employ a soft rubber hammer to fix each piece in place.

Installing 20 mm ceramic flooring over sand in outdoor areas is possible and offers an impressive visual finish, strength, and durability. Although sand floors present a challenge due to their soft and shifting nature, there are specific methods to ensure proper installation.

On plots

One of the most popular ways of laying 20 mm paving is on plots, as it provides a versatile and durable solution in outdoor areas that have an uneven base. Plots offer good ventilation and drainage, as well as easy access to electrical wiring or pipes that may exist underneath the paving, making it a functional and contemporary option.

To lay them, the first thing to do is to prepare the area and level it – then lay the plots with the appropriate distribution indicated by the manufacturer, regularly checking the levelness, which will help us to achieve a uniform and attractive result. Once the plots have been laid, we will lay the ceramic tiles, pressing them lightly to settle them on the plots and using spacers to maintain a uniform separation.


  60x120x2 cm



  2 cm – 0.8”

  OUT C3

  90x90x2 cm



  2 cm – 0.8”

  OUT C3

Colours - Format 60x120x2 cm

Crosscut Cloud

Crosscut Petra

Stromboli Light

Colours - Format 90x90x2 cm

Salem Clar

Savoy Desert

Savoy Moon

Savoy Land