Porcelain is just one of the types of ceramic tile. All ceramic (including porcelain) tile is made from clay mixed with sand and water. The clay itself is what makes all the difference. Clay containing high amounts of the mineral called “kaolinite” was and still is used in making porcelain tile. Kaolinite gives clay a very light colored appearance, and so the original porcelain meant quite literally “light colored clay”…
There are very few people who do not love the look of stone in building. Stone speaks of beauty, permanence, and stability. The myriad of colors, sizes, and textures – as well as the history and traditions inherent to stone – can lend a home incredible decorative impact and dramatically reflect the home owner’s personal … Read more
Typically, you can expect to pay anywhere from $3 to $15 per square foot for the hardwood and (depending on the complexity and size of the job) another $4 to $9 for professional installation.
We typically recommend that you wait at least 48 hours after setting floor tile before turning on floor heating system.