Porcelain tile flooring is durable and easy floor covering option for many homeowners. Easy to install and require little effort to keep them looking brand new. Porcelain body tile is the hardest and densest tiles available, because it uses high quality clay than ceramic tile. At times, people overlook porcelain tile flooring as an option for their interior and exterior flooring needs. However, porcelain has outstanding characteristics with handful of advantages for both indoor and outdoor installations. It also has great potential for use in indoor and outdoor areas in residential spaces. It resists to temperature changes and artistic qualities make it highly suitable for ventilated facade. You can also get anti- slip versions of porcelain tiles for outdoor use.
Porcelain tiles are made from clay and baked at higher temperatures for longer time; to remove all the water content practically. This longer drying time makes the porcelain tiles denser, less porous and more hard-wearing than ceramic tiles. Also, porcelain tile has water absorption rate of 0.5% or less. Continue reading