Nothing beats the versatility of porcelain and ceramic tiles. Both are man-made from clay and other materials that have been fired at high temperatures to produce a very hard non-porous tile. Ceramics in general have been used in a wide range of products, including dental and food storage and preparation.
Ceramic floor tiles come in a wide range of colors and finishes, and if you purchase your tiles from the same lot, you can be certain of a consistent finish since every tile should look identical. The only exception is where a series of tiles form a particular pattern. What you can be certain of is that no matter your decor, there will be a ceramic tile available to suit.
One of the big pluses to ceramic tiles is their durability. Ceramic tiles will last for a long time with little in the way of maintenance. Ceramic tiles are water-resistant, do not stain easily, and won’t absorb any odors. Ceramic tiles can be cleaned to commercial hygiene standards so they are a good choice for both domestic and commercial applications, particularly in kitchens, dining areas and bathrooms.
If you are looking for a low-cost low-maintenance tile for floors or walls, then ceramic tiles are your first option. They are amongst the cheapest tiles in the marketplace, and over time they are a far cheaper option compared to many other floor coverings. If you need advice on selecting the right ceramic tile for your next project, then come and talk to one of our tile experts at Éco Dépôt. We have three outlets in Montreal all carrying a wide range of tiles for you to select from.