Floor & Wall Tiles
Get the perfect tile finish for your underfloor heating system
Choosing a tile that suits the style of your home and lifestyle is paramount.
You want to choose a tile that will stand the test of time, both in the fashion department and in terms of practicality too.
For example, if you’re tiling a conservatory or kitchen, have pets and children then it’s best to pick a hard wearing tile like porcelain.
If you’re renovating a bathroom you’ll have the choice of any tile you love the design of, whether it’s ceramic or porcelain.
A ceramic tile is a combination of clays and other natural materials. The clays are sourced from the earth, shaped, coloured and then fired in kilns. Most ceramic tiles have either a white or red body coloration underneath the glazed, coloured top layer.prices
Glazed Porcelain Tiles
A porcelain tile is harder than ceramic and offers greater design flexibility. The clay used to make porcelain tile is more refined and purified. These tend to be more resistant to staining, as they’re protected by a non-porous layer of liquid glass.prices
Full Bodied Porcelain Tiles
These are also known as a through body tiles, as the composition of the tile is consistent throughout the body. The colour and texture run through the entire dimensional thickness of the tile. Full bodied porcelain tiles are also less permeable to water.prices
Natural Stone Tiles
Unlike most other flooring covers, stone tiles can improve with age adding character to your floor. Their natural conductivity properties allow the floor to adjust to room temperature, and if installed with underfloor heating, give optimum results.prices