At Tilemax, we have a wide range of quality anti-slip exterior tiles. Whether you’re completing a home build or renovation, or need outdoor tiles for a commercial space, we have the tiles for you.
Our textured tiles come in a range of colours, from dark greys to warming beige tones. The superior technology used by our suppliers creates a realistic and varied natural finish. Browse our rock, stone, marble, and granite look options to find the style that suits your design, at an affordable price.
Our exterior tiles have a non-slip coating to make them safe for outdoor areas subject to wet weather. Make sure your family, staff, or customers are looked after with our slip-resistant tiles. For cohesive indoor/outdoor flow, browse our range of floor tiles and complete your whole project with Tilemax!
If you would like to get a sense of how our anti-slip outdoor tiles feel underfoot or want to compare styles, feel free to visit us at one of our showrooms. We have convenient locations in Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch, Tauranga, Hamilton, and Queenstown. Alternatively, we can deliver samples straight to your door to make the selection process even easier!
Shop Tilemax anti-slip exterior tiles today for high-quality, safe tiles for your exterior space.
No, pool tiles are designed with this in mind so they will not discolor or fade over time.
Yes, they can, the same installation process as interior tiles apply.
Yes, these can be used for pool floors, walls, and steps. We do recommend using a tile with antislip qualities for pool floors and steps.
With our Davco Glass Mosaic Additive mixed with our Davco Elite grout, you will be able to glue and grout in one simple step. Please contact our instore team for more information on these products prior to installation.
Darker tiles tend to not reflect sunlight as well as lighter-coloured tiles thus resulting in warmer tiles during summer months.
Being exterior tiles, the surfaces are textured to meet antislip ratings. To clean simply use a hose with a hard bristle brush, this will be best way to maintain your product. We also have a range of Aquamix cleaners and maintenance products.
Yes, this can be achieved by using in conjunction with our Maximus Pedestal system.
Provided they are installed on a concrete substrate these can be bedded down in tile adhesive and grouted.
They need to be spaced apart; cracking can occur when there is movement if the pavers are touching. We also recommend compacting the substrate prior to laying the pavers.
Yes, this is a great option as it will ensure the maximum amount of grip.
Yes, these are a great substitute for the common Pool floor Mosaics
They can, but only in certain circumstances. Due to the grip nature of the antislip surface, cleaning becomes harder as the surface grips to microfiber cloths and dirt can be difficult to remove. We recommending talking to one of our sales team before ordering.
The texture of the surface
Depending on the range some pool tiles come in both options.
Most mosaic tiles work out to be 30x30cm, based on this you will need
11 Mosaic sheets per m2. Our instore teams are well trained in quoting off plans for your project, get in contact if you would us to help.
Yes, we have the full range of products and tools to help complete the job. We do recommend that you use a trades professional for a pool related job as they generally have the correct certification for installing waterproofing membranes.
Yes, we have a range of pool coping and bullnose tiles. These are under the Endura 20xm Porcelain Paver range. Please contact one of our branches for more information.
Using sand is a great way to fill the gaps between the pavers and will help to lock the individual pavers in place.
Yes, pavers are a great option for around pool floors
Being porcelain, these have very low porosity, so they do not require sealing as natural stone does.
Yes, all of our 20mm thick pavers are designed to be used with a Pedestal system such as our Maximus Range.
We do not recommend doing this, being these are only 10mm thick, there is a higher chance of them fracturing during point loading.
In certain ranges we do have matching for indoor and outdoor flow. Please contact our branch for more information.
The common adopted measure for exterior tiles is the “Oil Wet Ramp Test” which reports as “R” followed by a number. Ranges from R9 – R13. As a rule of thumb R11 and higher is acceptable for exterior wet areas. A higher number means more anti-slip.