Gone are the days when you could only purchase tiles from a few local high priced retailers. Thanks to the growth of large companies and the internet, now you can purchase a wide variety of wall and floor tiles at amazingly cheap tile prices. You can purchase from different manufacturers and factories direct. This means that you can now get better prices than ever before. Many factories are now combining efforts to provide tile factory outlets direct to the public. These stores are now a one stop tile shop for all your tiling needs. Tile Factory Outlet Pty Ltd in Sydney is one of these great tile shops. It has a very wide variety of ceramics, porcelain and natural stone tiles and all at the lowest prices in Australia.
Tile Factory Outlet
Many find that they can now save so much money on renovating simply by searching online. Tile Factory Outlet has an online store that will allow you not only to compare their amazing prices, but if you wish, to buy online.
Tile Factory Outlet is committed to not only providing Sydney’s best quality tiles but also educating the general public so that even the mum and dad buyer can ensure that they get quality tiles to suit their job. For instance some have a small dwelling that requires extra light to make their property look bigger and more spacious. May we recommend Monalisa polished porcelain with nano preseal. What is this you may ask? Well Monalisa is a very stable brand of polished porcelain. Why is stability so important? This is because when using Italian porcelain machines and production lines it takes days to build up the temperature and years to develop the expertise to maintain a high quality. Monalisa quality, knowledge, and production techniques allows them to consistently meet the high expectations people have of a brand name like Monalisa.
Polished porcelain is a product that has been one of the best selling tiles for over a decade. Why? This is because of its chip resistancy and high light reflectivity even though it looks slippery, (just like polished marble and granite) it is great to use in wet areas like bathrooms. A demonstration of the great effect of polished porcelain wet, can be given at Tile Factory Outlet Sydney. So what is nano preseal? This is where nano technology is used to create a sealer that reflects more light and repels most stains. Once again the most consistent Nano preseal we have found, is made by Monalisa.
What though if you have a large house and want to have quality for you and your family to enjoy? Many like minded people are choosing travertine tiles for indoor use and travertine pavers for their external areas. Why? This is because nothing feels as good with bare feet as travertine. It has a great texture that because of its warm neutral colors seem to be not only inviting but also comfortable and elegant. This classic look is great if you wish to add value to your home. Its light tones are so universally wanted that finding a good source is often time difficult. However when you want to sell your home it is widely appealing it will add real value to your home. After all who wouldn’t like to buy a home with travertine floor tiles?
The above are just two of the many options available at Tile Factory Outlet. Now to what many want to know, how much will these cost. Two examples will be given at the time of writing this article (late December 2011) 406x406x12mm honed and filled travertine tiles in light with warm swirls (called country light) is available at $32 /m2. That’s right, while many sell travertine at $100 /m2 and upward Tile Factory Outlet in combination with premium Turkish travertine factories have sourced over 1000 /m2 in stock now and many more thousands of square meters expected to be sent in the next year.
600x600mm Monalisa polished porcelain floor tile with nano preseal are available in a solid colour (colour goes all the way through) in an off white for $14 /m2. (Some shops have been found selling nano presealed tiles at over $70 /m2) TFO expects over 10000 /m2 to arrive in directly from the Monalisa factory in 2012. These factory direct prices are only available to those who shop around online before they buy. Can you see how the internet is creating opportunities for competition on not just price but also quality of tiles? Yes a true win/win for the well informed consumer.