Selecting the best flooring for your home (Vitrified vs Porcelain vs Glazed Ceramic tiles)

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While selecting floor tiles for your home, design and size are not the only things to consider. Which type of tile you choose is way more important. The most popular options these days are Vitrified tiles, Porcelain tiles and Glazed Ceramic tiles. There is no clear winner of these three as they all have their own pros and cons. Here we will be listing the main features of each one of them in order to help you select the right one for your home.


Vitrified Tiles

Ceramic tiles that go through the vitrification process are referred to as vitrified. These are the tiles that have made marbles and granites obsolete. Vitrified tiles are known for their long lasting shine and their durability. They stay unaffected by dust, dirt, etc and thus retain their shine for years. Another advantage is that there is a huge range of designs, colours and sizes available in vitrified tiles.


Porcelain Tiles

These are the toughest full-body ceramic tiles available today. They are resistant to scratches, wear-tear, bacteria growth and a lot more. Even if they do get a scratch, you will not even notice it. That’s because the design and colours in porcelain tiles are carried through every layer. In other tiles, the pattern is only on the top layer. This makes porcelain tiles very easy to maintain.


Glazed Ceramic Tiles

The most important selling point of these tiles is their slip-resistance, which makes them ideal for bathrooms and kitchens. They are also resistant to stain, scratches and fire. Another thing that makes glazed ceramic tiles great is that they are more affordable as compared to other types of tiles. And thanks to digital printing they have virtually unlimited designs and patterns.

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