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Are these suitable in a bathroom?
Hi there, thanks for your enquiry. Yes, these tiles can be used in a bathroom.
Would this tile be a suitable laundry tile?
Would this tile cope with the extra weight of the stacked (fully balanced) 10kg front load washing machine & dryer?
Could the tile also be as the laundry splash back?
How many tiles are there per box?
What is the cost of each box?
What is the weight of each box?
Am I able to purchase a sample?
If so, what is the cost please?
Thank you kindly for your assistance 😊
– interstate inquiry
Thank you for your online enquiry,
– Yes this tile is suitable for a Laundry
– Yes porcelain is very strong and could easily take the weight
– Yes these tiles can be used as a splash back
– There is 6 tiles per box
– Each box will cost $29.50
– Each box weighs approx 22kilos
– Yes you can purchase a sample box, the box will cost you $29.50
if you have any other questions don’t hesitate to contact our office on 87287800.
Hi, can I use this timber look tiles on bathroom wall?
Hi there, thanks for your enquiry. Sure! these can be used on a bathroom wall.
How much time is there between placing the order and and the stock being available for pick up
Hi there, thanks for your enquiry. Our warehouse and showroom are in one location allowing you to place an order and pick it up immediately if the product ordered is in stock.
hi can you guys send a sample of this
Hi Jason, Sure, you can order a sample. Please give our office a call on (02) 8728 7800 and speak to Natalie.
Hi, I am planning on ripping up my carpet and re-tiling my lounge and dining room floor (thanks to my 3 kittens) but I was looking for timber look porcelain tiles (and understand porcelain is stronger than ceramic)… However, I am looking for non-slip because it is a lounge and dining area. I want to avoid as much as possible in slipping over one morning because my kitten did their business on the floor. Many comments your company has made suggests that R11 and R12 is what needs to be used… does it really make much difference in terms of slip factor? Like can you pl give me a generic (rough) estimate on what your typical clients use so I can sort of gauge a comparison????? what “R” level does your average customer use for bathrooms, dining rooms, kitchens and outdoor pool areas? – Sorry to be a pain. I am really forward to having titles for the first time and don’t want to get it wrong due to a silly mistake on my end
Hi there, thanks for your enquiry! We actually do not recommend using an anti slip tile indoors as it is very difficult to clean. Please give our office a call on (02) 8728 7800 and speak to Gino or Linley who would be happy to answer all of your questions. Look forward to hearing from you!