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Slate A Versatile Indoor And Outdoor Tile

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Slate tiles are still very popular, especially for indoor-outdoor flooring. Slate tiles have a real rustic and earthy look, and the color variations from dark reds through yellow to green. The most common color is gray, often with streaks of color producing a great finish. Whilst flooring is a popular destination for slate tiles, there...

Looking For Consistent Residential Floor Tiles?

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There's a certain charm and elegance that is attached to natural stone tile floors. However, there are a lot of people who don't like the inconsistent finish that natural stone tiles create - after all, part of the charm and elegance is the fact that every tile is unique. For those who like a consistent...

Commercial Floor Tiles Are Not Always Noisy

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One complaint that is often voiced concerning floor tiles is the noise factor. Tiles can be noisy. High heel shoes walking across a hard tile floor, especially in an empty room like a hallway or lobby, can echo and can be very noisy - often to the point of making the walker self conscious and...

The Pros And Cons Of Slate Tile Color Variation

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Slate tiles have been a popular choice in homes for many years. People often have a love-hate relation with slate tile - some absolutely love the finish whilst others hate the concept and the finish it provides. There are still others who have high hopes of a great slate tile floor only to find the...

Outdoor Tiles That Stand The Test Of Time

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If you want an indication as to which tiles are best suited to outdoor use, look no further than places like Rome, Greece and Egypt. You will find stone that has not lasted ten or twenty years. No, it's lasted centuries, and will most likely continue for several more centuries. Admittedly, those buildings have used...
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