Outdoor Floor Tile

Outdoor Floor Tile – Adds Value To Your Home

Outdoor floor tiles add value to your home. Yes this is a fact that cannot be denied. Outdoor floor tiles are excellent on walkways, pools, driveways and any areas that you want to improve.  If you are not familiar on how to choose the best outdoor floor tiles, simply read the following and see how it adds real value to your home. Outdoor floor tiles have numerous benefits. One of the main benefits is that outdoor floor tiles can cover up unsightly cemented areas and its durability.

Outdoor floor tiles are extremely sturdy. They are suitable in all weather conditions. Aside from this, outdoor floor tiles are easy to clean. Maintaining the appearance of outdoor floor tiles is essential. Many people claim that outdoor floor tiles are quite expensive. This need not be so. In fact, here at Tile Factory Outlet, we offer outdoor floor tiles at very affordable prices. However, it is true that outdoor floor tiles can be quite costly as compared to indoor tiles. If you want to purchase these tiles, you should know the patterns, designs and colours you wish to use. Bear in mind that the appearance of your tiles creates a first impression to your visitors. If you need some ideas, ask our experienced staff to assist you.

They will guide you in choosing the best tiles suitable for the area you are tiling. With these tiles, the entire house will be very attractive and therefore enhance its value. As you have noticed, there are many people purchasing outdoor floor tiles. Essentially, it is true that one of the things that add great value to your home is through the fixing of these tiles. With simple instructions, home owners can easily achieve a great improvement to their home. To get some great ideas on outdoor floor tiles and how you can accomplish your tiling project at a great price, come visit our TFO showroom or our online tile store.  You will be so glad you did.

9 comments… add one
  • Nicky June 4, 2016, 10:19 am

    Could you please tell me where can I find old stock outdoor tiles . They are Spanish and the design is ohio -10 , size 41×41. The colour a light salmon , orangy shade. I have these tiles in my outdoor area and a few cracked and it doesn’t look good and I want to replace them. Could you please help me find them . Thanking you kindly.

    • The Guys at TFO June 14, 2016, 12:17 pm

      Hi there. We don’t stock those tiles. However, please send us a photo and we will see if we have something similar.

  • Vaneeta May 19, 2014, 3:42 pm

    What kind of tiles should be purchased for two small areas of about 9 square metres and a strip down the side of our house that is about 1 m wide and 5 m long. We currently have pebbles which we want to dig up and put pavers on top. We also have a cemented area in our backyard that we wouldn’t mind covering. This area sits in between the two areas of 9 square metres. Any suggestions? We are on a budget so reasonably priced tiles that look modern are desired.

    • The Guys at TFO June 9, 2014, 5:26 pm

      Hi Vaneeta, we currently have a large selection of tiles you can use for this area. I would probably recommend a 300×600 in a tile and a 406×406 in a paver. We have some great anti-slip 300×300 tiles from only $14m2.

  • Julie January 27, 2014, 2:29 am

    hello
    can you please tell me if you can tile on top of outdoor tiles. We would like to retire and avoid lifting the existing outdoor tiles,
    many thanks
    julie

    • The Guys at TFO March 4, 2014, 2:02 am

      Hi Julie, if the tiles you have currently are in good condition and not coming off, you can tile on top of the tiles. We recommend a product called ULTRA BOND which is a two part bonding agent first, then once this is dry, to use a flexible adhesive. Feel free to call in to get more information if you are not too sure.

  • Kim Breakspear August 29, 2012, 12:19 am

    What outdoor tiles would you recommend for a 23 square first level balcony which has no overhead protection? Iwould like to purchase ones which have a good non-slip rating.
    Thank you

    • The Guys at TFO September 3, 2012, 4:31 pm

      We have rockface porcelain tiles starting from $14m2 and we have tiles that are slip resistant and some that come with the slip rating certificate. If you’d prefer natural stone- you could use travertine starting from $28m2 and use a non-slip sealer. All you need to do is pick the colour you want.

  • ahmad April 3, 2012, 7:16 pm

    What is the best tiles to be used for front and back verandas with reasonable price.

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