Bathroom Tile Contractors
Most Popular Tile Methods
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- Ceramic Tiles- Ceramic tile is a type of tile that is typically made from red or white clay. It can be used in several areas throughout the house, and is made of clay that has been fired in a kiln. This keeps the finished product from absorbing stains while improving the durability of each piece.
- Porcelain Tiles- Porcelain is made from clay that is baked at a very high temperature, and usually has a glaze on it. The glaze is baked on during the sculpting process, and does not get absorbed into the tile and makes a strong coating against spills! It can be much more dense than ceramic tile.
- Mosaic Tiles– A mosaic tile is an inlay design pattern with tiles smaller than 2″x 2”. Individual mosaic patterns greatly vary, featuring a number of different materials, colors, and tile shapes. Popular materials include glass, natural stone, metal, and porcelain.
- Marble Tiles- Marble is a metamorphic rock formed by a collection of limestone or dolomite. Often irregularly colored by impurities and used mainly in architecture and sculpture. Marble floor tiles are also used for both interior and exterior flooring applications.
- Granite Tiles- Granite is an igneous rock that gets formed when exposed to high heat. It is formed from crystalline, and the tiles made from granite are very dense and strong. Granite tile strength is almost the same as porcelain and granite floors are very resistant to spills or stains.
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- Slate Tiles- Slate floor tile is a type of natural stone that is chiseled from the side of mountains or mined from the earth. It is a finely grained, homogeneous, metamorphic rock, named for the way the material forms in plains. They are like sheets resting one on top of one another, compressed under a lot of pressure to create a powerful bond.
- Terrazzo Tiles– Terrazzo is a composite material, poured in place or precast, which is used for floor and wall treatments. It consists of chips of marble, quartz, granite, glass, or other suitable material. Then is poured with a cementitious binder, polymeric, or a combination of both.
If you have another material in mind, let us know so we can accommodate your needs!