Published at Thursday, May 23rd, 2019 - 14:11:05 PM. Porcelain Tile. By Valeraine Lepretre.
Are you building your new home? Or are have you grown tired of your marble flooring, or the chip on your wall paper, or the drab of your wooden panels? It is time to switch or consider porcelain tiles. These tiles not only brighten up your home, they are durable and almost maintenance free. You can choose from the wide selection of perfect porcelain tile designs for your home. To get more acquainted with the product, porcelain is defined in the Meriam-Webster Dictionary as a fine grained translucent ceramic ware. There are different kinds of ceramic materials, but porcelain comes from the more common type of material called whiteware. Porcelain was first discovered in China, and it is believed to have been brought to Europe by the great merchant and explorer, Marco Polo. The term porcelain was derived from the translucent shell ”porcellana” because of it's similarity to the cowrie shell.
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.
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