Marazzi Tile

Marazzi Tile. Another thing to notice when shopping for any tile is a how resistant to abrasion it is. Tiles for different uses require different resistance factors. The PEI table is used to define the categories of of abrasion resistance. P.E.I. ( Porcelain Enamel Institute) WEAR RATING Group I: Tiles suitable…

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Interceramic Tile

Interceramic also has a wide variety from which to choose. Among the options is their High Density Ceramic, the newest alternative to porcelain tile. With a vast array of styles, colors and decorative pieces suitable for commercial and residential floor applications, Interceramic’s HD Ceramic provides the benefits of porcelain tile…

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Florida Tile

Florida Tile has a fine selection of tiles that usually includes some inexpensive tiles that are perfect for residential use. Tile floors can be very inviting in a beach house where they evoke a feeling of the Mediteranean. Their simple upkeep is ideal for a casual beach life. For glazed…

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Conestoga Tile

Conestoga Tile has a very broad selection of tiles in many patterns and colors. When looking at Conestoga – or any other tile – look for a rating for the degree of color variation the tiles will contain. Tiles with a high variation of colors may have very dramatic differences…

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American Olean Tile

American Olean tile is a name that is well known to those who design interior spaces with tiles. The American Olean display has a good variety of tiles in varying hardness, size and composition to help you find what you need for your design needs. Some of the porcelain tiles…

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