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Did you know some of the oldest floors are ceramic? Ceramic is a material that dates back to ancient times. It was often used for wall decorations and mosaics as long ago as Ancient Egypt! In fact, ceramic tiles were hand crafted and left to dry in the heat of the warm sun; a process that was done only by very talented artisans. These were made exclusively for palaces for kings and seen as a luxury item for the wealthy and powerful. The process has since been mechanized, allowing for quicker production of larger quantities at lower prices, thus opening the door and making ceramics accessible to all walks of life. While many things have changed, one thing has not: the beauty and look of luxury that ceramic tile flooring can offer. Ceramic floor tiles are known for being a highly durable flooring option that not only looks good and is easy to clean, but is also low cost. The durable surface of a ceramic tile makes it resistant to scratching, stains, and longer lasting than carpet or other floor types. Ceramic tiles are budget friendly and known for longevity - talk about the “bang for your buck”!
Rectangle Tiles If a sleek and modern look is important to you, a rectangular shape may be right up your alley. Rectangle tiles are becoming more popular in the home as well as in commercial applications. A rectangular tile is typically twice as long as it is wide, for example 2' long x 1' wide. The shape and size options give a modern, contemporary linear look that can dramatically change any space. Rectangular tiles can even make spaces like a small bathroom appear larger and more open. This modern size helps minimize the visual impact of grout lines and can make the pattern flow, appearing more seamless.
Plank Tiles Plank looks are often made to replicate the look of natural hardwood floors. A plank tile is typically significantly longer than it is wide. Plank shaped tiles can also make a smaller room appear larger by giving a long, linear look. Planks put less grout lines on your floor, which can help it look less busy, thus enlarging the space. If you are already interested in a wood look but want something that is really durable, a wood plank shape only makes sense, right?
Medium - a slight difference in color or texture within each tile. Slightly more natural stone look.
High - a significant amount of variation in shade or texture between multiple tiles, creating a natural stone look. Blend tiles from cartons together for the best appearance.
Random - tile texture and color is randomized compared to others in the batch. For a most unique and one-of-a-kind installation, blend tiles together from different cartons
Residential: The Double Loaded body, also known as “Double Charging”, is when two pieces of porcelain tile (not necessarily the same color) are sandwiched together and fired to form one very solid piece. This creates a durable and hard wearing tile that has the surface color going through approximately half of the tile thickness.
Residential/Commercial: The application of the tile can be an important factor in which tile to choose for the right environment. Just as you likely wouldn’t bring flip flops on a winter vacation, you would not want to choose the floor tile for your space. Below, we break down the different application types.
- Class 1 - No foot traffic: installation on walls only
- Class 2 - Light traffic: can be used on walls and residential bathroom floors
- Class 3 - Normal: for typical residential applications
- Class 4 - Heavy: all residential applications & medium commercial
- Class 5 - Extra Heavy: all residential applications & heavy commercial applications