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Brick floor tiles- are a popular choice for outdoor areas like patios and walkways.
Cement tiles- among the most durable, available in a wide range of colors and patterns.
Ceramic tile- the most common, formed from clay and other minerals, and fired in a kiln, they are available glazed or unglazed.
Glass tile- can be frosted or iridescent and are available in a variety of shapes, sizes and colors. While they’re recommended for installation in most household areas, glass tiles can be very slippery when wet. In moisture susceptible rooms, you may want to consider choosing textured glass tiles.
Marble tile- genuine marble tile can offer a slippery surface if polished, which is why its often used sparingly, in low-traffic areas, around a fireplace. For high-traffic spaces, unpolished is recommended.
Porcelain tiles- fired at an extremely high temperature. to create very dense, moisture resistant tiles. This makes them a good choice for bathrooms & outdoor spaces.
Mexican tile- is air dried outdoors. The drying process gives Saltillo tiles a unique appearance, but also makes for less durable, very porous tiles. These come in shades of red, orange, and yellow. They are best suited for areas where the temperatures don’t drop below freezing, especially if they’re installed outside.
Slate tile- offers a natural grained or smooth finish, generally available in darker, muted colors
Stone tile- genuine stone aggregate is suspended in polymer, creating a substance that looks similar to solid stone, without the high cost.
Terra cotta tile- sourced from the same material used for clay garden pots, terra cotta tiles bring a warm look to a space. If you use these tiles be sure to treat them first, naturally very absorbent.
Terrazzo tile- chips of marble or granite are exposed on the surface or epoxy-resin or concrete tiles. Such floor tiles are often seen in entryways, hallways, and outdoor spaces. Considered a “green” floor (up to 95% of its content is made with recycled materials).