Which Material?

  Using the right material for your project is one of the most important factors to a professional job.
  Here are a few key factors:

  • Tile is great for all areas wet or dry the only thing to keep in mind is that porcelain tile is more durable than ceramic tile.
  • Stone is ideal for areas that need more of an elegant feel, it's durable and long lasting but better suited for areas that are not wet.
  • Glass is safe to use on backsplashes and certain wet areas. However it is not a pressure durable material and should be used minimally.

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  • Counter Tops and Backsplashes can consist of simple water resistant ceramic tiles to more of your fancy glass tiles. Since there is no weight being put on it and there is very little water, you can make the design more special.
  • Floors and Wainscot should always be a slightly durable Tile or Stone. Since water isn't too much of an issue your main key is to get a high quality seal and a durable Tile or Stone installation. Whether you go with a porcelain tile installation or a stone installation like travertine it's best to keep it simple when it comes to design, so your project remains more neutral.
  • Showers and Ponds can be made from glass tiles or high glazed ceramic tiles but can also be done with a natural stone. The cost for labor and materials can be a bit higher when doing one of these types of projects, since your dealing with a high concentration of water and the "prep" work is much more elaborate.
  • Patios and Foyers are a great way to splash up an outside area. Materials can range from natural stone's to simple in-expensive tiles. When doing an outside area the best focus is on a durable outside tile/stone and a water proof sealant. Some of the popular choices are multi-colored slate stone and red ceramic tiles.

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