Here’s our pick of just some of the great names you can expect to see at the Natural Stone Show and Hard Surfaces exhibitions.

across the UK and Ireland and understand their unique characteristics. This has led to Schlüter products being included in all manner of projects across the hotel and leisure, residential, commercial, retail and transport sectors. Welsh Slate - Stand F30 - The Natural

Stone Show Welsh Slate will exhibit its full range of architectural and roofing products at this year’s The Natural Stone Show, under its new Breedon Group umbrella.

All-natural Welsh Slate lends itself to a peerless range of contemporary interior and exterior design applications.

Schlüter-Systems - Stand J16 - Hard Surfaces

Tiling systems manufacturer Schlüter is busy preparing for the inaugural Hard Surfaces Show, at which it plans to demonstrate its all-round prowess in not just product, but its unique understanding of applications and services.

The UK operation of the internationally renowned company is selective in the national exhibitions it attends, but has identified the Hard Surfaces Show to be an excellent match for its solutions and sphere of work. A unique stand is being crafted to suit the 36m2 due to be a key source of inspiration and discussion.

Available in a wide range of colours and finishes, it is particularly well-known for roofing in heritage, historic and high-end new-build projects.

But its aesthetic qualities for a myriad of other applications are increasingly being recognised by designers, developers and clients.

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The focal point of the stand will be a functioning wetroom space, at once demonstrating Schlüter’s solutions for substrates, waterproofing, uncoupling, under-surface heating, drainage and profiles. Through strategically cut- away sections of tile, visitors will be privy to exactly where and why products are used.

Carl Stokes, Head of Marketing at Schlüter-Systems Ltd, said: “We can show samples of membranes and pieces of profile in isolation, but this approach ultimately doesn’t do the products justice.

“Our solutions come alive when people see how they work together in the context of an overall design, and Hard Surfaces 2019 is the perfect stage for our ambitious and eye-catching centrepiece.”

The focus on how Schlüter can support successful tile and stone installations will be continued throughout the stand with sample pairings of tile and finishing profile in- line with the latest trends. The Schlüter team will also be presenting some of the latest additions to the company’s portfolio, including the Schlüter-TROBA-LEVEL pedestal system for loose-lay tile and pavers and the Schlüter- SHELF range of designer shelving solutions.

Schlüter-Systems boasts an experienced team of specification experts assigned to support different regions

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Other design applications for Welsh Slate include flooring, walling, paving, landscaping, and worktops and counters. Material can be purchased either finished or as raw scant.

The natural slate is available in Heather Blue, Heather Red, Heather Grey and Dark Blue Grey colours and is unfading and non-porous. It has a use life of well over 100 years and comes with a 100-year warranty for the roofing products. Lithofin - Stand F35 - The Natural

Stone Show Lithofin specialises in cleaning, protecting and maintaining ceramics, natural and artificial stone.

At this year’s event, Lithofin will be introducing Lithofin FVE, a colour enhancer for worktops, vanity tops, floors and smaller areas of stone such as shower trays. It joins more than 60 other advanced cleaning, protecting and maintenance products at the show.

When you visit the Lithofin stand, don’t forget to hand in your Golden Ticket that will be on the front of the Natural Stone Show/Hard Surfaces Official Catalogue, available at the Show. With it, you will be able to enter the Lithofin Prize Draw that has more than 50 prizes on offer.

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