Understand the Antiskid Attribute or Slip Resistance of Floor Tiles

Most attributes of floor tiles do not have binaries. You would find it difficult to classify tiles as porous and nonporous. This is because there are varying levels of porosity. Likewise, it is not easy to call a tile hard or soft as it will have a certain degree of hardness. It can be classified in any of the five groups of hardness, which is widely accepted by the industry and consumers. The antiskid attribute or slip resistance of floor tiles is similar. You cannot call a tile slippery or completely slip resistant. The attribute will vary in its efficacy depending on the material, size, treatment and installation. Let us explore the antiskid attribute or slip resistance of floor tiles. Continue reading “Understand the Antiskid Attribute or Slip Resistance of Floor Tiles”

Should you invest in Stone Floor Tiles?

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Stone floor tiles are not a conventional choice. Stone was the default choice for flooring in ancient castles, just as it was one of the primary building materials for some of the most majestic properties all around the world. For all practical and crafting purposes, wood tiles became more popular. It was and still is much easier to work with wood, especially when it comes to different shapes, sizes or designs, than to weave some magic with stone. Temperate and frigid zones don’t favour stone floor tiles either. Stone can get hot and cold and it doesn’t have the comfort promised by wood. However, all that has changed in recent years. Stone floor tiles have become popular for a myriad of reasons. Here are some of them. Continue reading “Should you invest in Stone Floor Tiles?”

Don’t Replace, Upgrade your Floor Tiles

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Floor tiles are durable. They should last decades. In the event a tile or two gets damaged and needs to be replaced, you don’t have to consider an upgrade. However, if there are several floor tiles that are damaged, then you should consider an overhaul. Of course, there is a caveat. You would not want to upgrade floor tiles that are barely some months or a few years old. This only applies to worn out or old floor tiles. Continue reading “Don’t Replace, Upgrade your Floor Tiles”

Five Popular but Not so Common Floor Tiles

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When you think about floor tiles, the first materials that would pop into your head are ceramic, porcelain, slate, marble and wood. It is not entirely fair to carve out a category for floor tiles with the look or appearance of wood because they are made of ceramic or porcelain. The materials are designed to mimic the appearance of hardwood. There are other popular materials beyond ceramic, slate, marble and porcelain that are well known but not so commonly found in homes or offices. Here are five popular but not so common floor tiles. Continue reading “Five Popular but Not so Common Floor Tiles”



Building tiles is not only the most effective way to shift your focus to something that really matters, but it tends to be the only way to shift your focus to something that really matters. When building homes, people are usually concerned about some aspects of a home that keep it from falling apart. But when people look at most homes, they find that their construction is not always up to par. This makes things very complicated, and in the interim, they realize that if they are looking for services that are tremendously valuable, they are going to find out rather quickly that they are going the wrong direction with certain things. Continue reading “Tiles”

Explore the Best Bathroom Tiles

Bathroom TilesThere are many types of bathroom tiles you can choose from. The bathroom tiles for the floor will be different from the dados or the bathroom wall tiles. The tiles for the shower area could be different from the rest of the bathroom or you may choose to have the same dado throughout. Dry and wet areas may be segregated in a bathroom in which case non-slip and normal bathroom tiles can be used in a combination. Ideally, you should have non-slip bathroom tiles, even if there is a substantial area that is meant to be dry. You cannot ensure there will be no spillage or any water seeping out to the expected to be dry area. Nonslip bathroom tile is the safest option. Continue reading “Explore the Best Bathroom Tiles”

Tiles: a guide

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If you are decorating your bathroom or kitchen, investing in wall tiles offers endless design opportunities and your chance to put your own unique touch on your space. Whilst a wide variety of options are great, it can be quite daunting when you are first starting out. Here is our guide on the different types of tiles to choose from. Continue reading “Tiles: a guide”