Eco-depot/2013/December

3 Reasons Porcelain Tile Flooring Is Popular

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Porcelain tile is a particular form of ceramic tile that has been fired at a higher temperature and both denser and harder than other types of ceramic tile. For customers in the Montreal area, porcelain tile flooring has become popular for three reasons: (more…)

Marble Tile: For Palaces And For You

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Marble tile has been used in buildings for centuries. Royalty in many countries have used marble for their home, but it isn't out of the question for use in yours. Even though it is associated with classic art, monuments, and architecture; the properties of marble make it a practical choice for many applications. (more…)

Now Is The Time To Plan Your Patio

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Winter has its grip on Quebec, it's true -- but this is the best time to start thinking about how your outdoor spaces could be updated or created. Now is the time to collect  your thoughts, look at the possibilities, and explore your options in outdoor living. (more…)

How To Select Slate Floor Tiles

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Slate is a popular choice for flooring because its fine-grained density gives it a waterproof and stain-resistant quality prized by many. It is fire-resistant, holds up to traffic, and has a natural variation that beautifully enhances many styles of decor. It needs to be installed properly (as should all flooring), but more importantly, it needs...

Has Your Retail Flooring Held Up To Holiday Traffic?

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The holidays are shopping frenzies, combining crowds of shoppers with snow, salt, slush, grime, and more covering your floors when they track it in from the Quebec winter streets. How has your flooring held up? Is it time to assess a possible change? (more…)