Specialist Products


At TileStyle, we supply a wide variety of specialist products including Raised Access Flooring, Ventilated Facades, Krion Solid Surface Material, Airslate and Link Flooring as well as customised solutions for staircases, vanity tops etc. We also offer an extensive range of fixing materials, accessories and tools.

Our commercial team have a wealth of experience in advising clients on all aspects of design and installation together with product suitability, so if you are working on a project that requires specialist products, contact our Contracts team on (01) 4658175 or email contracts@tilestyle.ie

Airslate

Airslate is an innovative reduced-thickness, highly flexible natural stone laminate designed and manufactured by L’Antic Colonial of the Porcelanosa Group. It is ideal for both residential and commercial applications. Read more about Airslate.

Krion Solid Surface

KRION™ is a new generation, hypo-allergenic, antibacterial, durable and malleable solid surface material developed by Porcelanosa Group. Available in a wide array of colours, KRION™ can be used to create the perfect design solution and it can be adapted to fit in with clients functional, dimensional and aesthetic requirements. Learn more about KRION here.

Linkfloor Luxury Vinyl Flooring By Porcelanosa

Linkfloor is a practical, hard wearing, water resistant and stable luxury vinyl flooring range designed and manufactured by Porcelanosa Group. Read more about Linkfloor here.

Raised Access Tiled Flooring System

TileStyle is a supplier of raised access tiled flooring on supports from Butech of Porcelanosa. In any situation where you need a floor that can easily be taken up for inspection purposes, this raised tile installation on supports is an excellent solution. Learn more about Raised Access Flooring.

Ventilated Facades

TileStyle recently supplied the Krion ventilated façade for the ground-breaking and award-winning project Waterways House in Dublin by Smith + Kennedy Architects.

A Ventilated Façade is a system for walls in which panels of the appropriate thickness are dry-mounted on the building’s surface using a bracket system. A cavity is formed between the two layers allowing air to circulate naturally, helping to increase the comfort level of the rooms inside the building, reducing heat loss in Winter and assisting with the regulation of temperatures in Summer. It also helps with sound insulation along with savings on maintenance costs. The construction of a facade adds both aesthetic and energy saving value to a building.