Natural Floor Tile
Usually, Natural Tiles may be found in low to mid-level foot traffic areas, and they can be used outdoors or indoors. Semi-vitreous flooring is less absorbent, and will require more maintenance then the other densities previously mentioned. Natural tile that’s semi-vitreous should primarily be installed in dry environments based on its semi-absorptive characteristics. Non-vitreous tile is among the highest absorption levels of all natural floor tile material options. This style of tiling installations should never be installed in or around moisture or wet environments. We are able to get away with doing some outdoor tile installation in Scottsdale since it doesn’t rain much, but primarily we advise indoor installation for non-vitreous. The more dense the tiling is, the less absorptive the tile will be.
Some of the aesthetically please elements of Natural Stone:
Natural Stone Tile is a completely unique creation because it is designed by nature. It creates a feeling of being connected with nature by bringing outdoor attributes to your indoor tranquil environment. Usually, Natural Stone Tile will have the lowest environmental impact versus the other forms of tile on the market. Granite, Quartzite and some types of Slate are most suitable for wet, moist, or damp environments. The other types of natural tiling are going to be subject to a higher maintenance schedule, sealing and treatment applications. Some of the all natural tiles are inherently brittle and are prone to cracking in high impact areas. Feel free to consult one of our tiling professionals for more information on the choosing the best tile for the application on your project. Call us today.