The majority of the time, each room of your home is used differently. Some see more traffic than others and necessitate more frequent cleaning. While others are subjected to varying temperatures and degrees of humidity. It is critical to understand which sort of tile is appropriate for each because they differ in terms of durability, porosity, and slip resistance. Duratiles have tiles for every room in your house.
Ceramic tiles are made of clay. They are resistant to humidity and do not stain readily. Ceramic tiles are simple to clean and maintain, and they are frequently available in a variety of colors, forms, styles, and patterns. They are softer than porcelain tiles and are less difficult to cut and install. Porcelain tiles are made of clay and sand. Which makes them tougher, denser, and less porous than conventional ceramic tile. Because of their endurance, they can even be used outside. On the other hand, Porcelain is more difficult to install and frequently necessitates the use of specialized tools. Ceramic and porcelain tiles are ideal for humid or high-traffic rooms like the kitchen or bathroom.
Glass tiles have a shiny, modern appearance and can even provide the sense of extra space by adding depth to a room. They are less porous than ceramic tiles, which makes them easier to clean and more resistant to heat, water, and grease. Spots and splatters, on the other hand, display more prominently and must be cleaned more frequently. Glass tiles are a great alternative for bathroom or shower walls, as well as kitchen backsplashes.
Marble tiles quickly lend a touch of class to any space. The veining might be fine, prominent, or scarcely discernible. Marble is a softer stone, but it is also resistant to water and bacteria. Marble tiles are ideal for low-traffic areas such as foyers, bathrooms, and hallways.
Dura Tiles has the appropriate tiles for any room in your house. Visit our showroom or shop online to see our extensive selection of excellent imported tiles.