The major difference between porcelain tile and ceramic tile is how it is made. Both tiles are made from a clay mixture that is fired in a kiln, but porcelain is more resistant to moisture, staining, and water
due to a blend of fine-grain clays and other minerals fired at a much higher degree temperature than ceramic tile.
Sanded grout is used for joint spaces 1/8” or larger while un-sanded grout is used for joint spaces 1/8”, 1/16 or smaller. Non-sanded grout is also recommended for installation of glass, metals, or other materials that can easily scratch.
Rectified tiles are tiles that have been cut after firing to ensure uniformity in size. This allows you to lay these tiles closer together than non-rectified tiles, meaning less grout lines.
The minimum recommended grout space between tiles is 2-3mm for interiors and 3-5mm for exteriors.
Durability: Tile is one of the most durable flooring or wall treatment options out there. Porcelain tiles are especially resistant to scratches and high traffic.
Low maintenance: Your tile will maintain its beauty without a lot of hassle. No need to polish or special cleaning products.
Stylish: Since tile can take on basically any colour, shape, or size, there is no end to the style possibilities.
Easy to clean: Tile does not require any special cleaning products. Simply sweep and mop tile flooring, and scrub tile walls to keep the surface looking great.
Pick-up & Delivery
Usually orders will be ready for pick-up same day or next day depending on the quantity of products. You may also let us know if you'd like to pick-up on a specific day.
Yes, we do! We currently offer islandwide delivery services via our third party delivery partners. Please give us a call at (876) 925-8453 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.