What materials are needed for tile installation?
Yes, both ceramic and porcelain tiles are "waterproof" but the water resistance depends on the specific tile, the composition, surface treatment (unglazed, glazed or polished). Check with our tile flooring experts for specific tiles that you intend to use in [...]
In most cases floor tiles are thicker to avoid cracking and provide durability and withstand weight on the floor. Wall tiles are thinner as their purpose is more for the looks and provide a water resistant surface. Therefore you should [...]
Rectified tiles is a cutting and grinding process, which trims all tiles to the same exact size. This means that seating joints are minimal, which reduces the amount of grout needed and makes the tile floor look aesthetically pleasing. [...]
Composition: Corse clay (Ceramic tile), Fine kaolin clay (porcelain tile) Water absorption: >0.5 percent (ceramic tile), < 0.5 percent (porcelain tile) Typical use: Same for both ceramic and porcelain tiles Hardness: Ceramic tile are softer and less brittle than [...]
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Wool Favored for its natural beauty. Wool carpet has natural soil resistance qualities, but is not inherently stain resistant. Wool looks good for a long time and is well constructed. Nylon Nylon is the most durable and stain resistant [...]
Most vinyl flooring or luxury vinyl tiles do not need an underlay. The vinyl floor rolls or luxury vinyl tiles are designed with a base layer, which makes the addition of underlay unnecessary. Your vinyl floor will only require an [...]