Porcelain Tiles for the Floor and Wall 60x60cm (Polished Night Black) 1m2
The Acorn Range of Porcelain Tiles for the Floor and Wall Combines Superior Quality, Contemporary Style and Fantastic Value.
The Strength and Design of These Porcelain Tiles Makes Them Ideally Suited for Both Commercial and Domestic Installations Where Their Hard Wearing Nature Insures That the Stunning Finished Effect is Extremely Long Lasting, and Easily Maintained.
600 x 600mm Porcelain Tile
2.77 Porcelain Tiles Per Square Metre
If You Wish to Order a 100 x 100mm Porcelain Tile Sample Please Select one in The Tile Size Box Below.
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Porcelain tile is a newer form of ceramic tile and extremely popular among homeowners. Porcelain tiles are composed of fine porcelain clays and fired at much higher temperatures than ceramic tiles. This process makes porcelain tile denser, less porous, much harder and less prone to moisture and stain absorption than ceramic tiles. For these reasons, most porcelain tiles are suitable for both indoor and outdoor installations. Porcelain tiles are also harder to cut due to their density and hardness.
Unglazed porcelain tile is homogenous in terms of its through-body coloration. The colour goes all the way through from top to bottom, so scratches or dings are less obvious and has better slip-resistance. Glazed porcelain tiles (meaning a glazing top of the tile surface) may or may not have the same coloration from top to bottom because of the top glazed layer. Glazed porcelain tiles help seal the microscopic pores thus are easier to maintain than unglazed tiles. Because porcelain can be made to resemble stone, it is sometimes a better choice than Mother Natures natural products simply because they are less porous and less prone to cracking.
Regardless of whether you choose ceramic tile or porcelain tile for your decorating project you will find both types of tiles offer a variety of shapes and sizes in field tiles as well as some border and accent tiles. This will give you an almost unlimited amount of decorating options by mixing and matching different field tile sizes and shapes along with borders and accent tiles to really add pizazz and charm to your decor.
Rectified tile is often described incorrectly and is confusing for most tile buyers. It is simply tile that has been ground or sawed after firing to achieve a more precise tile size. Many tiles will vary slightly in size after being fired (both porcelain and ceramic tiles it is up to 1.5% variation) . By sawing or grinding the tiles after firing the manufacturer hopes to minimize the size variations from tile to tile. Although, at this time there are no set ANSI standards set for what the minimum variations are allowed for rectified tiles, it is strictly up to the tile manufacturer.