Ceramic Tile & Porcelain tile

“Enduring” perhaps best describes ceramic tile. Not only is it a surface that endures heavy traffic beautifully, but, as one of the earliest manmade building materials, it’s a product that has endured the ages. When shopping for tile, you’ll discover two distinctive types: ceramic and porcelain. Ceramic, the most common, is made of clay baked in a conventional kiln. Porcelain, made from fine white clay fired at an extremely high temperature, is much harder and often has the luster of stone; it is quite resistant to staining. Mainly, porcelain tiles are less likely to absorb moisture (0.5%) which makes them more durable and more resistant to staining. Porcelain tiles are frequently found in floor applications, outdoor areas, and in cold weather climates where freezing can occur. With their low absorption capability they are less likely to crack in cold weather climates. We mainly offer in stock porcelain tile to match our mosaic tile for you. Please see our porcelain tile’s collection in details.
Ceramic Tile & Porcelain Tile

Enduring” perhaps best describes ceramic tile. Not only is it a surface that endures heavy traffic beautifully, but, as one of the earliest manmade building materials, it’s a product that has endured the ages. When shopping for tile, you’ll discover two distinctive types: ceramic and porcelain. Ceramic, the most common, is made of clay baked in a conventional kiln. Porcelain, made from fine white clay fired at an extremely high temperature, is much harder and often has the luster of stone; it is quite resistant to staining.

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