• Porcelain Tile: Porcelain tiles are fired at a greater heat than ceramic tiles, which cause them to be more resistant to dampness. As a result, porcelain is a good option to be used in restrooms, kitchen areas, along with other high-moisture, high-humidity locations, like cellars.
• Quarry Tile: This type of tile is comparable to porcelain tile. This unglazed (low-gloss) tile is considered the most durable form of tile, and it is perfect for manufacturing setups. Unlike a lot of other kinds of tile, quarry tile may be used both in the inside the home and out on a patio. Nevertheless, people who choose to utilize quarry tile in a domestic environment will need to place a glaze over-coat, or a sealant of some kind, to help maintain the look of your beautiful home.
• Mosaic Tiles: Mosaic tiles are a lot smaller that other types of tiles. They are frequently found in textile mesh sheets or pre-mounted sheets. Mosaic tiles are a good fit in small locations, such as half-baths, or backsplashes in the bathroom and kitchen.
• Natural Tile: These types of tiles are frequently the most costly. Natural tile is actually the most stylish – and the most durable – tile choice. Therefore, natural tiles can endure more traffic for an extended length of time compared to ceramic, porcelain and quarry tile. Natural tiles are available in a range of types: onyx - a nice fit when using the tile for more of an ornamental use; granite - this tile is the most resistant to water and is also very hard. Granite is a perfect fit for kitchens.; travertine - This is the most costly of all natural tiles, but it will last the longest. Travertine is a good option for restrooms. These three options are only a few associated with the all-natural tile.
If you are thinking about purchasing tile for your home, but want more information call us at one of our two locations and we will happily assist you.