Flexible Timber Look Tiles – True Innovation By ABK Group
Try TFO’s new Trento timber look tiles and see how far technology has come! The innovative flexible porcelain body allows these tiles to bend and twist, slightly. What does this mean? This revolutionary product is manufactured with raw materials that are high in plasticity. This means that you have many more options with the laying patterns when using Trento auto levelling timber look tiles.
The rigidity of conventional ceramic tiles does not allow for all installation patterns. In fact, all manufacturers recommend that normal timber look tiles be laid following the 80/20 rule. The tiles are laid with a maximum 20 percent offset from the adjoining tiles. This ensures that no possible lipping of the tiles is visible. But thanks to the AUTO-LEVELLING® porcelain body, this no longer will be an issue. You can now experience a wider variety of installation patterns with the new Trento timber look tiles.
AUTO-LEVELLING® tiles will also make your surface preparation easier. Generally speaking, the surface must be prepared to be perfectly flat prior to installing tiles. But with Auto-Levelling tiles such as Trento, they will self-level when installed even if the surface is not perfectly flat. If you are thinking of a DIY tile installation, this is a huge advantage.
Tile Factory Outlet is constantly seeking new and innovative tiles. We do this in partnership with many of the worlds top floor and wall tile factories. These factories not only provide their latest and most innovative products but also pass on their knowledge to our sales team. Our handpicked sales team have experience such as ex-tilers, interior designers and colour consultants. So combining the top factories with TFO’s knowledgeable staff and incredible prices gives you hopefully the best tile for your floor.
You can be one of the first to appreciate the new innovation now with TFO’s new Trento Italian timber look tiles. Visit our store today or simply buy Trento auto levelling timber look tiles online now.