Ceramic Tiles

Ceramic tile flooring is a type of floor covering made from ceramics e.g. earthenware and porcelain. They are made from clay which are shaped and dried then fired in a kiln at very hot temperatures. Ceramic tiles are commonly used as floor and wall covering in showers and toilets due to their ability to resist stains, odors, allergens or bacteria. They are also used in countertops as well as roofing materials.

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1. Water Resistance

2. Durable

3. Low price

4. Allergen Concerns: Ceramic tiles have a hard, solid surface, that does not tend to attract dirt, dust, pollen, or other allergens. When these small debris particles do land on a ceramic floor, they stand out against the surface, making it easy to wipe them away with a mop or sponge. This helps to keep the air free of irritating materials that can be harmful to asthma sufferers.

5. Maintenance: Ceramic flooring is fairly easy to care for. Dirt, stains, and liquids all rest on the surface, allowing you to easily wipe or mop them away. Regular maintenance just consists of sweeping or vacuuming with a soft brush attachment to keep the floor free of dirt and loose debris. If set in stains do occur you can use most heavy duty cleaners without having to worry about damaging the material.

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