Increasingly we are more aware of the importance and the responsibility that falls upon us in preserving our planet, and by putting a lot of thought into the decisions and actions that we take in our daily life, we can make a difference. For this reason, whether in our routine day-to-day life or in making plans, we look for alternatives that help us to continue with this eco-friendly lifestyle.

Now, more than ever, when carrying out a reform in our house, we have to take into account aspects that, depending on what kind of materials we use, whether they can be reused, or if their manufacture has been mindful of our planet; and that the preservation of raw materials is in everybody's hands.

In Keragres, being conscious of the environment and specialists in the sector, we are aware of the importance of using sustainable materials, considering the needs of the reform, its characteristics, and the available space.

Therefore, we recommend the ceramics manufacturer Pamesa. It provides great solutions to introduce sustainability in the form of tiles, porcelain or enamelled, in an infinite number giving an original touch to walls and floors. In Keragres you can find a wide variety of ceramics from Pamesa, all certified by AENOR GlobalEPD (Environmental Product Declaration) and verified in accordance with ISO 14025:2010 and EN 15804:2012 rules.

As official distributors of the brand, we also offer advice on what type of material goes best in your new space, with a wide variety of finishes, textures, and colours of different materials such as tiles, porcelain or enamelled, without neglecting our trendy side.

The composition of its high quality, sustainable materials is based on raw material such as clay, recycled ceramic material, etc. And for decoration, materials such as pigments, aluminium oxide, zircon, and much more.
The entire manufacturing process passes through various standard protocols according to its impact, the use of resources and waste generated by the process; obtaining parameters that are compliant with the environmental legislation certifying that its subsequent use will also not be negative or harmful to the air, soil or water.