|03 9545 5322|
5/45 Normandy Road
Notting Hill VIC 3168
BrandsAgrob Buchtal (HT anti-bacterial tiles) Stroher (slip resistant tiles & brick slip facades) Jasba (mosaics) Malmsten (lane ropes & water polo equipment) Spectrum (starting blocks & pool hoists) Stark (bulkheads/booms)
Established in 1994, Ceramic Solutions has excelled at the supply and installation of swimming pool tiles and equipment for the pool and leisure industry, with a focus on the needs of end-users. With a respected track record in installing large and technically difficult packages, backed up by our solid safety record, Ceramic Solutions will work with you to identify opportunities and challenges associated with achieving your operational objectives.
Among the projects we have completed are the retiling of the 50m and 25m indoor pools for the Australian Institute of Sport in Canberra and the retiling of the large Harold Holt Swim Centre in Melbourne. Other projects include simple cosmetic make-overs, wet-deck conversions, replacement of concourses and complete re-developments.
Be it for Olympic pools or other aquatic and leisure facilities, our expert staff are qualified to work with architects, interior designers, builders, local council and clients direct to support the planning of fit-for-purpose pool tiles and equipment.
Ceramic Solutions are agents for several German manufacturers of special purpose slip resistant tiles and tiling accessories for the aquatic industry. These German manufactured products are best in class globally and meet Australian conditions and expectations. Tile manufacturers include Agrob Buchtal, Stroher and Jasba whose product ranges include:
- Slip resistant tiles
- HT anti-bacterial tiles
- Huge range of sizes, colours and textures
Ceramic Solution also supplies top quality pool equipment, such as fibre glass bulkheads, start blocks, pool gratings, pool hoists, lane ropes, stainless steel railings, water polo equipment and cleaning agents.
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