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How to choose a tile

How to choose a tile

One of the most sought after and popular finishing materials is ceramic tile. It has high levels of sustainability, hygiene and durability.

A variety of color and texture options to satisfy the most exacting taste.

Choosing tile for facades, walls and floors, it is important to pay due attention to the external appearance and the tile specified by the manufacturer specifications.

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Note the appearance of the tile. Quality tile corresponds to the size indicated on the package, has straight edges and flat, having no surface defects. The layer of enamel glaze tiles must evenly cover the entire surface and do not contain cracks.

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In addition to appearance, and others should be consideredparameters determining the quality of the lining material, such as durability class. There are five classes which are denoted by Roman numerals on the package. Tile first class suitable for rooms, which go in soft slippers or barefoot, such as a bathroom or bedroom floors.

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Tile second class is designed for the living room,where the load is slightly higher than in the bedroom. The material of the third class is suitable for laying in rooms with an average load, such as an entrance hall and a kitchen. fourth grade tile can be placed in locations where temperature changes are observed - on the balcony, staircase in the hallway. Tile fifth grade, has a very high degree of wear resistance, can be found in shopping malls, airports, train stations.

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Learn about sustainabilitymaterial to chemical agents, which is denoted by the letters on the package. The letters AA show maximum stability tile and that upon contact with a corrosive medium and do not change their appearance.

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Tiles with a letter A is less stable, butits appearance in contact with aggressive media is changing slightly. Then, on the quality of tiles should be descending with the notation B (mean changes), C (the loss of the original form of partial) and D (loss of the original form of the gross). Tile with the letter D on the package has a low resistance, and should not be laid in areas subject to active to water.

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