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What is a Galzed Porcelain Tile?

Glazed porcelain stoneware is a product with a front surface that has been further enhanced by glazing.

 

What is a Full Body Porcelain Tile?

Full body  porcelain stoneware is a product whose surface colour is the same all the way through the tile. This specification means that in the event of the tile being chipped, the damage can hardly be seen at all. The high aesthetic value and the special features of this product means it is particularly suited for use in domestic and light commercial traffic contexts.

 

What is a Ceramic Tile?

Ceramic tiles can be glazed or unglazed. Glazed tiles are available plain or decorated and can be used on walls and floors.

 

What is an Unglazed Ceramic Tile?

Unglazed ceramic floor tiles are more suited to commercial and industrial settings, but can be used in laundries and utility rooms. They are available with a non-slip profile.

 

What is a Terracotta Tile?

Terracotta tiles are made from clay. Terracotta means "cooked earth" and these products tend to be very absorbent, so sealing is required when used on the floor.  Terracotta tiles can be used internally and externally. Due to the versatility this tile can be used in many rooms: kitchen, entertainment rooms, bathrooms. This product is available in a wide range of colors:salmon, pink, brown earthyed earthy coloured tiles.

 

What is a Mosaic Tile?

Mosaic tiles can be glazed or unglazed and made from porcelain, ceramic, glass or natural stone. Typical uses are wet areas such as kitchen splash back, bathroom,  floors and pools.

 

What is a Natural Stone Travertine Tile?

Naural Stone tiles are quarried from the earth: limestone, marble, granite and slate . Some are extremely hard, and some quite soft. Some may need sealing.

 

What is a Slate Tile?
Slate tile is tile made from slate, a metamorphic rock which can be found in large deposits all over the world.