Published at Wednesday, May 15th, 2019 - 14:52:25 PM. Porcelain Tile. By Derrill Lecoeur.
Installation of your floor tiles is often considered to be a costly outlay so it is therefore important you employ an expert and qualified floor cleaner and restorer as it is a specialist fitter. These individuals will have a wealth of individual tile knowledge and will be in a position to use professional cleaning equipment and cleaning solutions to ensure you get the best from your flooring. They will offer information and advice on a cleaning maintenance programme and will be pleased to answer individual queries you may have. There are governing bodies for reputable floor cleaners and restorers. Companies accredited with credentials are monitored to adhere to all regulations and are ensured to keep up to date with best cleaning methods.
Porcelain tiles may be classified into natural, glazed, and polished tiles. The natural porcelain tile normally does not undergo any further finish after it is exposed to high temperature. This type of tile may be referred to as unglazed or through body tile where the colour goes all the way through. The glazed tile is coated with liquid glass that allows the manufacturer to put in a variety of designs and play around with colours. It comes out glossy and is one of the easiest to maintain. They are highly recommended as walls or accents in bathrooms and kitchen. The polished porcelain, on the other hand, goes through a more refined process and comes out looking almost like a granite finish or has a glossy effect without the glaze. In choosing the perfect ceramic porcelain tiles for your finishing, you must know the colour combination or contrast in the areas where you will install the tiles, and the kind of exposure the tiles may be subjected to. You may discuss these with your architect or interior designer, or you may refer to our website, and get in touch with us so we can assist you the best way we can.
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