They’re one of the most practical materials ever made and have proven their durability and beauty over thousands of years. The Romans used ceramics to create magnificent decorative effects in their palaces and public areas. Floors tiled in ancient Rome are still in use today. Tiles are used across the entire home; bathrooms, kitchens and laundries, bedrooms, walls and outdoors. With new manufacturing methods like digital printing and large format cutting, there are tiles for every style, design and space – up or down, in or out.
For such an economical choice, tiles are a great long-term investment. With careful selection you’ll enhance your home and add to its capital value. Tiles are an incredible solution for people who suffer allergies and asthma. Plus, one of the benefits of tiles is that they’re super easy to keep clean, even with natural products.
With so many different types of tiles it’s super important to choose the right ones; make sure the tile is suitable for your area (for example, check they’re made for a wet area or if some resistance to slip is necessary) and check the wear rating. The daily grind of high heels, enthusiastic dogs, and even wheeling out your laundry are among the difficulties your floor needs to endure. Porcelain tiles are famous for their practicality, they thrive because they are one of the hardest working floors to resist scratches and marks.
Tiles are nothing to sneeze at – in fact, they’re one of the best flooring options for people with allergies or Asthma. With an average lifespan that far exceeds most other flooring options, and even often pushes the 100-year mark, tiles are one of the most durable materials you can choose for your home.
Flooring takes the brunt of food and liquid spills, muddy footy boots and animal accidents, resulting in uninvited odours despite the best cleaning efforts. For some flooring choices, such as wood, high humidity and water can produce a musty smell, particularly when the room receives no ventilation or natural sunlight. Carpet, timber, concrete and vinyl flooring are all like a big sponge – they absorb odour like a sponge absorbs water, even when sealed. Non-porous or impervious flooring such as glazed porcelain and ceramic tiles do not absorb soils or moisture.
Beaumont Tiles is Australia’s leading tile supplier. With the Mornington, Frankston, Mentone, Dandenong, Ferntree Gully and Narre Warren stores aligned with all RBN Mates, we are here to you and your customer make the correct decision on tiles for their new build or renovation. All six showrooms are complete with a huge range of tiles and our expert staff along with our designers are here to take the headache out of your tile project.
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