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As one of the largest Porcelain Tiles and Ceramic tile supplier we offer the latest trends and styles. These tiles are much durable and low maintenance and come in many different sizes, colors, and textures. Various looks, like stone look tiles, woodlook tiles, marble look tile, travertine look tile, concrete look tiles and in different finishes from polished, honed, glazed, fabric and satin.

You can find traditional, modern, contemporary, and transitional styles to bring your imaginations to life. The complementing Porcelain mosaics can be used for both wall tiles and floor tiles, the ceramic mosaics and tiles can be used for wall tiles.

Porcelain tiles can also be used for outdoors and exterior applications like pool decks, outdoor kitchens, it is an ideal choice for both residential and commercial projects. The Large Porcelain tile format is widely used for larger and high traffic areas.

Is it simple to keep porcelain tile clean?

Porcelain tiles have a beautiful appearance, are durable, and are easy to maintain. Porcelain tile floors are easy to clean, and water washes right off without leaving any marks. That is why porcelain tile is so prevalent in wet areas like kitchens, baths, entryways, and mudrooms.

Before stepping on porcelain tile, how long does it take to set?

To avoid causing damage to the floors, wait at least 24 hours after installing the tile before walking on it.

Do porcelain tiles have the potential to crack?

Porcelain is a complex, thick, and solid material that can withstand a lot of abuse and may even be utilized in commercial settings. Be mindful, though, that porcelain's hardness makes it somewhat more fragile than regular tiles, making them more subject to cracking.

Is porcelain tile a slippery surface?

Ceramic and porcelain tile floors are known for being slick. The smooth, non-porous texture of the tile, which makes it easy to clean, also makes it slippery underfoot. When you add in more tile glazing, water, and formal shoes, rushing to get to work may quickly turn into a trip to the emergency room.