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Green is not often used all over on both walls and floors in kitchens and bathrooms as it can be considered a bit overpowering. However, an inclusion of green within a design can produce emphatic results. Blending stylishly with popular colours like black and white, green can add that splash of dynamism to create a truly spectacular decor. Cost effective features in the form of ceramic tiles can add immense style to interior designs. Glazed ceramic tiles are easy to clean. The glaze not only accentuates the green colour but will also provide a protective layer, giving the tiles a high level of resilience against stains and scratches. Green ceramic borders and mosaics can be all it needs to provide a genuine wow factor. We supply natural stone and engineered tiles all over the UK. Our natural stone tiles are sourced direct from the quarry.
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Tile treatment is important in ensuring your tiles remain in good condition. Unlike other decorative coverings like carpet and wallpaper, tiles can last for a very long time if properly installed and correctly maintained thereafter. You will find that manmade tiles such as porcelain, quartz and ceramic are generally impermeable and therefore do not require sealing after installation. On the other hand, the vast majority of natural stone tiles are porous and require sealing. The amount of sealant you use can be determined by whether the tile has a polished or matt finish. Also take into consideration the properties of the tile. The likes of sandstone, travertine and limestone are sedimentary rocks, which very often contain natural indentations making them highly porous. The level of porosity in slate, granite and marble fluctuates quite dramatically. Aside from sealing though, tiles generally do not require too much in the way of cleaning apart from what is necessary. The sealant provides a protective layer which makes it difficult for stains to penetrate unlike on carpet or wooden surfaces, where this scenario is a common problem.