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500 × 500 mm$10 m² View Tile
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If you’re looking for a large range of floor tiles, then Tile Factory Outlet is the place for you. At TFO, we’ve got Sydney’s most extensive range of floor tiles, and all at a fraction of the cost of our competitors. Not only that, but you can also rely on the experienced team at TFO to offer you all the latest styles of floor tiles – all at outlet prices.
The range of floor tiles that Tile Factory Outlet offers means that we have both indoor and outdoor floor tiles, allowing a particular colour or theme of tile to be continued into your outdoor area. If you’re still looking for reasons as to why you should purchase your floor tiles from TFO, here are some more reasons why:
When picking flooring for a new home or an existing home, there are a number of different materials to choose from. You can go with cheaper options such as carpet or vinyl, or you can go with the really luxurious options such as stone or marble. However, these options are either prone to decay and water damage, such as carpet and linoleum, or can be extremely heavy and extremely expensive, such as stone and marble, which can make you second guess wanting to choose these as flooring options.
If you’re worried about the issues that are associated with other flooring options, then floor tiles may be the perfect flooring option for you. Floor tiles can add similar aesthetic value that a lot of other flooring options can without any of the issues associated with those flooring options, so you can still have a style that you enjoy. Not only that, but living with floor tiles is also a lot easier than living with a number of other flooring options, as it’s designed to be easily cleaned and hypoallergenic, making it the perfect choice for those with allergies or young families.
Another advantage that floor tiles have over other flooring options is the number of different options you have to choose from. Floor tiles come in a number of different colours and styles, with some styles designed to provide a unique look to your home and others floor tiles being designed in order to emulate other flooring options, giving you the aesthetic value of those flooring options without any of the problems associated with those flooring options.
Want the charm and elegance of wooden flooring, but worried about all the issues associated with wooden flooring, such as water damage and scratching? At Tile Factory Outlet, we offer an extensive range of floor tiles that have been designed to have the same look and texture as a range of different timbers, which means that you can have all the aesthetic value of timber flooring, without any of the issues.
Aside from timber, floor tiles can help you have the same appeal as a number of other types of flooring. Marble is one of the most sought after flooring materials, but many people are often put off from having it in their homes due to its weight and price. Not only that, but if your marble ends up being damaged, it can result in some very costly repairs. However, by having floor tiles that are designed to look like marble, you can still have the stylish, seamless look of marble without all of the expense.
At Tile Factory Outlet, we’ve got a range of floor tiles that come in a huge range of styles and colours, so you know that they’ll be able to add aesthetic value to any home. If you’d like to learn more about our range of floor tiles, visit our Smithfield store today or check out our range online.
Quality porcelain tiles, porcelain pavers & ceramic tiles
Natural stones, travertine pavers & travertine tiles
Vanities, taps, toilets, adhesives, sealers & trims
In fact, all you will need for your next tiling project – all available at outlet prices. You’re sure to get the perfect solution for your indoor and outdoor floor tiles at Tile Factory Outlet.
Which tiles are the best for flooring?
When looking into floor tiles, there are two types of tiles that often come to mind – ceramic and porcelain floor tiles. Besides both materials being very durable in comparison to the range of other floor tile types that you can choose from, it is actually porcelain that makes the best material for floor tiles for a number of reasons.
Firstly, even though ceramics are a rather durable options when it comes to making floor tiles, porcelain is far denser than ceramics, which means that porcelain floor tiles are far less likely to chip and crack then ceramic floor tiles, which makes porcelain floor tiles a great option for homes with young families. As well as this, the density of porcelain floor tiles means that liquids don’t penetrate them as easily, preventing water damage from ruining your floor or staining your tiles.
However, even though porcelain floor tiles have all of these advantages over ceramic tiles, ceramic floor tiles are often less expensive than porcelain floor tiles. As the advantages of porcelain tiles are based around them being more durable and resistant to water damage, they’re perfect for homes with young families. However, if you don’t need the added durability, going with ceramic floor ideas may allow you to save some money.
Which colour is best for floor tiles?
When picking what colour you want for your floor tiles, the first thing that you should take into consideration is your preference. If a particular colour of tile that you like is available, then that colour of tile is a great choice. However, even though personal preference is important when choosing a colour for your floor tiles, there are a number of other factors that you need to take into consideration.
One thing that you’ll need to take into consideration is cleaning your tiles. If you choose lighter colour tiles for your floor tiles, it will be easier to see dust, dirt and spills. Therefore, if a particular colour isn’t on your mind when selecting floor tiles, its best to go with darker colours or patterned tiles as these can camouflage dust and dirt.
As well as considering these factors, it’s also important to make sure that your floor tiles match the rooms that they’re going in. Large rooms need warmer colours and smaller rooms need more natural looking floor tiles. If you’re tiling multiple rooms, it’s best to go with a neutral-coloured tile that works well no matter where it goes.
How much does it cost to tile a living room floor?
There are a number of different factors that you need to take into consideration before determining how much it will cost to tile a living room floor, including the cost of the tiles, the cost of grout, the size of your living room and labour costs.
The first thing to take into consideration is the size of your living room – naturally, larger living rooms are going to cost more to tile than smaller living rooms. As well as this, in most cases, your living room will be connected to another room via a foyer, rather than having a door to separate the room from the foyer. This means that as well as tiling your living room, you may also have to tile the foyer which connects it to the rest of the house.
As well as this, you’ll also need to take the cost of your floor tiles into consideration. Porcelain floor tiles come with a range of advantages over other types of floor tiles, such as being more durable and resistant to water damage. However, they can be more expensive than other types of floor tiles, such as ceramic floor tiles.
Before tiling your living room, take some time to think about how you use your living room before picking the type of floor tiles you’ll use. As well as this, tiles will require grout, such as ceramic and porcelain floor tiles including wood look tiles.
The final factor that you’ll need to take into consideration is labour costs. Each state has a different average price for labour costs with New South Wales being the most expensive, at around $65 and South Australia being the least expensive at around $40. If the price of labour costs is important to you, you may need to shop around or consider working on the tiling yourself.
Which is better - glossy or matte floor tiles?
If you’re looking for shiny tiles that greatly improve the aesthetic value of a home, it’s very difficult to look past glossy tiles, as they can provide a contemporary look to any home. However, if you’re looking for a range of other advantages, going with matte floor tiles may be the way to go.
To begin, matte floor tiles don’t have the same polished surface as glossy tiles, which means although they may not have the aesthetic appeal as glossy tiles, they allow for improved traction, which means less of an opportunity to trip and fall, making matte tiles the perfect choice for home with young families.
The aesthetic value of glossy tiles can also be an issue as well, as water marks and smudging can often become more noticeable on glossy tiles, whereas on matte tiles, they remain more concealed, which means that matte tiles won’t need to be cleaned as regularly as glossy tiles.
If you don’t have a young family or if you’re willing to clean your tiles regularly in order to maintain their appeal, glossy tiles are a fantastic choice. However, if you want tiles that are easier to live with but still look great, then matte tiles are the tiles for you.
What should I look for when buying floor tiles?
The most important thing that you should consider when you’re buying floor tiles is how you live and how you use the rooms which the floor tiles are going to be in. This will allow you to purchase tiles that suit your lifestyle, making them easier to live with.
As an example, say that you’re looking to tile a kitchen floor. You’ll want tiles that not only show spills, but are incredibly durable and easy to clean. Tiles that crack easily not only end up being great places for germs to hide, but it also allows water to seep into beneath your tiles, which can loosen the surrounding tiles.
As well as how you’ll be using your tiles, the other factor that you need to take into consideration is your personal preference. At the end of the day, you’ll be the one that has to live with your new floor tiles, so it’s very important that you get tiles that not only match your lifestyle, but tiles that you also find appealing.
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