Cheap Ceramic Tiles

Cheap Ceramic Tiles – Great Way To Save

When you shop for discount tiles, don’t just buy the cheapest tiles on the market and be done with it. There are many low-quality and poorly manufactured tiles that are sold for dimes on the dollar. Sure, you might get off spending a fraction of what you normally would, but purchasing low-quality tiles can put your entire tiling project in jeopardy. Sometimes they won’t stick to the adhesive well, the measurements listed on them will be wrong, or they simply crack easily. Instead of buying the cheapest, take the time to shop smart and do some comparisons. Why not consider good quality cheap ceramic tiles?

One of the biggest ways to save money when buying tiles is to avoid big-name shops that over-price their items. Practically all of those huge tile shops with expensive tiles mark their products up significantly. Instead, do some comparison shopping and see what’s available online. Chances are you’ll find much better deals looking at stores on the internet then you would in person.

Best Types Of Cheap Tiles

Contrary to popular belief, you can find cheap tiles made in just about any material. If you’re on a budget, you may wish to avoid glass tiles as they generally are one of the more costly types of tiles on the market. Look for a different type of material, typically ceramic is the cheapest. So for the budget conscious, cheap ceramic tiles are a great option.
Along with factoring in quality and price, in order to choose the best tiles for your project you need to consider the area you are tiling. Obviously, you shouldn’t purchase a type of tile if it’s not going to work where you need it to. You need tiles that are going to be within your budget and also able to do the job.

Tips On Buying Cheap Ceramic Tiles

It’s easy to rack up money fast if you don’t come prepared with your measurements. Before you go shopping for cheap ceramic tiles or any other tile, get the measurements for your project so you’ll know exactly how many boxes of tiles you’ll need to complete the job. If you try and estimate it, you could come out with too many or too few boxes than what you really need.
To find the best deals on cheap tiles, you should always do some comparison shopping. Don’t assume one store has the best deal just because of some coupon they have in the newspaper. Get online and check out some of the other tile shops and see what they have to offer. The fact is that most online shops offer better deals because they have less overheads and fewer employees are needed to run the business.

Save Money By DIY

Whether you buy cheap ceramic tiles or another type of tile, installing them is really a simple job that anyone can do with just a little spare time. To help save some money, you should install the tiles yourself and avoid paying for a contractor. If you need help, contact either the store you purchased the tiles from or the manufacturer. Alternatively, you could search for DIY forums and discussions online.
Alternatively you can ask the experts at Tile Factory Outlet. We are waiting to help you make the right choice for your tiling project. So, come in and see our extensive range of tiles, including cheap ceramic tiles. Visit our TFO showroom or check our online tile store today.

6 comments… add one
  • Jacques February 28, 2016, 10:44 am

    Hi, you wouldn’t have by any chance tiles with the colour ivory or beige or off white. Size 400x400mm

    • The Guys at TFO March 1, 2016, 12:30 pm

      Unfortunately, nothing is currently available in that size. But we have plenty in other sizes. Please come visit our showroom to view the full range.

  • e June 28, 2012, 5:30 am

    could you please tell me if you have any large white kitchen floor tiles, at present i have 200×200 and am looking to replace them. approx 10 sq m should be ok

    • The Guys at TFO June 28, 2012, 7:12 pm

      We have 300x300mm, 300x600mm, 600x600mm and 800x800mm White polish porcelain tiles that I can recommend using in the kitchen. They are all Nano Pre-sealed which make for easy cleaning! view our online shop catalogue to see them all.

  • Roger Mika June 8, 2012, 1:27 am

    Am looking to replace damaged tiles on the bathroom floor. Total area for the tiles is 2 square metres. Unfortunately the remaining tiles are about 25 years old. Still looking OK. Could you recommend a pattern(?) for the centre 2 square metres. Will be coming to Sydney next weekend.
    Many thanks…………Judith Mika

    • The Guys at TFO June 21, 2012, 4:35 pm

      Hi Judith,

      Tricky task at hand here! depending on colour and size, we have many tiles for you to choose from depending on the finish you wish to achieve. We have many mosaic tiles at just $10 a sheet you could use or you could use two different coloured 200 x 200mm tiles to create a chess board pattern. We may even have a tile smilar to the one you currently have. Send us a photo at sales@tfo.com.au or visit us in store!

      Thanks,
      TFO Team

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