Differences in tiles

Different tile types for different projects in your home: Ceramic

Ceramic tiles are glazed tiles fired to achieve the desired look and texture. They can be appropriate for most residential floor and wall use, but are not appropriate for exterior installation as they will not withstand the freeze/thaw cycles in our area and will result in cracked tiles. Porcelain

Porcelain tiles are made up of finer particles than ceramic and also fired at a higher temperature, resulting in a harder, denser tile. Porcelain tiles can be glazed on the surface, polished, textured or a variety of other finishes. Natural Stone

Natural Stone tiles will vary from stone to stone Natural stone tile includes; Marble, Granite, Limestone, Slate, Quartzite, Travertine, Onyx and more. These stones come in a wide array of finishes and sizes. The beauty of natural stone is that unlike any man made product, each piece is distinctly unique and variation in color range is guaranteed. Glass

Glass tile are an extremely popular choice for today’s wall installation. Whether it is simple accent or an entire feature, glass tile has a rich depth and radiance unlike anything else.