Mortar bonds bricks and other units of masonry together and adheres tiles to an underlayment. Mortar provides structural integrity to a wall, floor, or other structure but is flexible enough to allow shifting without cracking. Mortar is not the same as cement, concrete, or grout. Cement is the binding element . . . Read more
From creating a more sophisticated and artistic environment to owning a floor that will be sure to last you for years on end, here are a few of the reasons why tile flooring can specifically cater to your bedroom.
Ceramic tile frost resistance is defined as the ability of ceramic tile to withstand freeze/thaw conditions with minimal effect. The frost resistance of ceramic tile is dependent on the tile’s porosity and water absorption levels. Frost damage can occur when ceramic tiles absorb moisture through their pores, causing the water . . . Read more
Grout for ceramic til𝚎 is a cement-based bonding material used for filling joints between tiles. The space left between tiles is called a grout joint. Grout joints need to be sealed and properly maintained to prevent stains and discoloration. They are very porous. If properly protected, the tile and grout . . . Read more