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Ceramic Floor Tiles – Why They Are Still A Viable Option

By The Team @ TFO

Here at TFO our commitment is to provide you with the highest quality tiles at the lowest prices available. We also have a determination to bring to you the latest and greatest tile products on the market. In line with that determination, we’d like to introduce the latest additions to our ceramic floor tile collection.

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Ceramic Floor Tiles Sydney – Use Durable And Stunning Vitreous Tiles

By The Team @ TFO

If you are in the market for quality ceramic floor tiles in Sydney, or anywhere in Australia, you have come to the right place.  Below is some valuable information you need to know. Vitreous tiles are the least porous of the ceramic tile family. If you are tiling an area prone to a lot of

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Ceramic Tiles Sydney – Buy Quality Ceramic Tiles At Sydney’s Best Prices

By The Team @ TFO

Ceramic Tiles Sydney, you’ve got your new project underway in old Sydney town and the next thing on the list of things to do is decide what tile you’re going to use. You are confused aren’t you? Ceramic tiles, porcelain tiles, porcelain and ceramic, they’re both the same thing aren’t they? Not exactly. Let’s take

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How Ceramic Tiles Are Made

By The Team @ TFO

Ceramic tiles have been around for millenniums. They have decorated countless homes and other buildings around the world. While the principle remains the same, the actual production line has evolved significantly with advancing technology. Furthermore, below will go a long way in answering how ceramic tiles are made. Step 1. Raw Materials For Ceramic Tiles

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Ceramic Floor Tiles – The Advantages

By The Team @ TFO

When you are deciding to remodel one of the rooms of your home, a great way to really spice up your home is to use ceramic floor tiles. Most older styled home owners want to carry on with ceramic floor tiles even though porcelain floor tiles have become so popular. Why? This is because they

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Ceramic Tile Floors – Tips To Help Keep Your Tiles From Cracking

By The Team @ TFO

One of the most disappointing discoveries for a do-it-yourself tile installer is to find a crack in your ceramic tile floors. Knowing how to lay ceramic tiles and understanding the reasons why cracks may arise, will allow you to apply the adage “prevention is better than cure.” Here are a few common reasons for cracking.

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Gloss Tiles – Which Finish Do You Want?

By The Team @ TFO

Glazing a tile helps to keep stains from seeping into the tile body and drastically reducing its beauty. It also keeps the tiles from absorbing moisture, which also reduces its life. There are three types of glaze being matte, and semi or high gloss.  Consider the last two.  Semi and high gloss tiles are both

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Ceramic Floor Tile – Advantages Of Matt And Polished Ceramic Tiles

By The Team @ TFO

Ceramic floor tile are made from clay. However, they are “born” in one of two ways. They are either pressed into tiles as a mixture of minerals, or the clay is extruded and then formed into a tile. Although porcelain tiles are made in much the same way, ceramic tiles are created with less pressure. Additionally,

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Glazed Ceramic Tiles – Buy Ceramic Tiles, The Most Practical Option

By The Team @ TFO

What’s in a Glaze? Put simply, glazing a ceramic tile means coating it with a liquid, coloured, glass either by spraying it on, or pouring it on. Afterward, these glazed ceramic tiles are sent off to be fired at a high temperature so that the glaze bakes onto the surface. Why are glazed ceramic  tiles ? Other than providing

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Wall Ceramic Tile – Learn More About Ceramic Tile Precautions

By The Team @ TFO

When choosing tile, consider its composition as well as its texture, colour, and shape. Ceramic tiles come in different classifications based on their porosity, or how much water they absorb. Non vitreous tile is highly porous and absorbs a lot of water. Semi vitreous is moderately porous. Finally, vitreous tile is the least porous. Tile

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