Best Quality Factory Directly Polished PorcelainTile

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delivery detail: about 30 days or as the client requirments.

 

The series of products using innovative production technology, using such as raw materials jade pure, using computer more pipelines from tile colour cloth, texture, light feeling, all aspects designs create perfect create beautiful and elegent noble generous adornment effect.We have many different color and different design in this series, this tile is good sell in the supermarket, shopping mall

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Best Quality Factory Directly Polished PorcelainTile

Best Quality Factory Directly Polished PorcelainTile

Best Quality Factory Directly Polished PorcelainTile

Best Quality Factory Directly Polished PorcelainTile

Best Quality Factory Directly Polished PorcelainTile

Best Quality Factory Directly Polished PorcelainTile

Best Quality Factory Directly Polished PorcelainTile

Best Quality Factory Directly Polished PorcelainTile


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1. CNBM is a state-owned group company. So we have good reputation and credibility.

 

 

2. We own many qurries in china,brazil,iran,india to ensure our supply of different types of granite,marble,limestone,sandstone,etc.

 

3. We are a professional manufacturer so we can provide you various tiles with high quality and best price.

 

4. We have more than 5 years exports experience.So we can make your order more smooth.

 

5. All of our goods will pass THREE QUALITY INSPECTIONS before shippment.

 

6. Best after sale service, customer can follow their orders situation any time, no matter on production line, warehouse or shippment.

 

7.Special dimensions available according to your request.

 

8.We have many certifications of our tiles.


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Q:I need a name for my tile and bath company.?
You have the name in your question. Creative Tile and Bath. Says it all, right there. Or you could go with something similar New Creations Tile and Bath, so on and so forth. I think I'll go register Creative Tile and Bath as a domain name. Then you can buy it from me. LOL
Q:What is the standard water absorption of tiles?
It depends on which tile is. General magnetic bricks (polished tiles, better external walls, etc.) standard water absorption is less than 5%. There is also a completely impermeable interior wall with a standard water absorption of less than 10%. A little bit of the interior wall (permeable one) is greater than 10%. Magnet is generally better in water absorption.
Q:Tiling over fireplace masonry?
You can attach tile directly to masonry, it has been done all over the world for centuries (Italy, Spain, Middle East all use tile on the exterior of buildings...) I would assume normal thin-set mortar would work, but I believe it would depend on the exact type of masonry- concrete block or clay brick. A thicker adhesive bed will likely be necessary to smooth over the rough surface, but because of the relatively porous surface of most types of masonry your bond should be excellent. My only word of caution would be if you have any cracks in the masonry. Make sure they are not active (widening and narrowing), which may occur with temperature and humidity swings. Either way, you may choose to weld the crack with epoxy to prevent any crack movements that may telegraph through your tile and crack it. HTH, Andrew Kester, PE Structural Engineer Florida (..and a tile afficianado..)
Q:How are you at tiling equations?
Ok so ignore your center line it does not matter here your tiles are 4.25, your grout lines are .25 and you are trying to get the tile and grout lines into a space that is 59 so if you take 13 tiles you get 55.25 for those tiles you will have 12 standard .25 grout lines totaling 3 giving you a total of 58.25 now from here what I would do instead of adding grout line and caulking on each end is form an L with the next wall (assuming you have 3 walls to tile to enclose the shower) because a standard wall tile is about .25 thick this would give you an 1/8 bead of caulk in each corner. Make sense?
Q:Bleach stains on my tiles?
I don't know what type of tiles you have, but if it doesn't have a glazed finish, you may not be able to do much about it. Travertine is a popular natural limestone that is very popular these days and is frequently used in bathrooms. The only drawback is that it is a soft and porous material, so it is much easier to damage that a glazed tile or a natural polished marble. The good news is that it is relatively inexpensive and easy to replace. Call a good tile man and get a quote to refinish and a quote to replace the damaged pieces.
Q:Terra cotta Tile?????
Chances are good that the tile was purchased locally by either the tile installer or the builder. If I were in your shoes, I would take the pictures to your local flooring businesses and let them identify it for you. Chances are good that you can still get the same tile in the same shade since it is only a year old. To save some time, call around to make sure that the flooring businesses in your area carry ceramic tile before you spend your hard earned gas money visiting them. Good luck with your project.
Q:ceramic tiles?
most all tile manufactures will tell u to clean tile with just a damp mob and warm water. it would really help if u had soft water.
Q:(geometry) how many tiles....?
Ency is of course correct but doesn't understand that this section is called Homework Help for a reason. This is not a quiz question where you are showing how smart you are by getting the correct answer. The asker needs to know how to calculate it. In that respect Ency's answer is as much use as a plastic teabag! Ok there are 12 inches in a foot. Therefore placing the 12 inch edge down the 12 foot side, means that 12 tiles are required to form each row. Then 15 feet converts to 15 * 12 = 180 inches. Therefore as the other edge of the tile is 10 inches, 180 / 10 = 18 columns Therefore you require 12 * 18 tiles = 216 Answer 216 tiles
Q:Starting a Tiling Business?
Hi okorder.com
Q:can I put 12 inch ceramic tile over 16 inch ceramic tiles?
you can do what you want, after all it is your house and your money,,, however,,, tile over tile is not recommended at all. the biggest problem with tile over tile is a matter of adhesion between the two layers. the floor leveler needed to raise the height of the old grout joints to level and the mortar used to bed the new tiles, will, for a short time adhere to the clean finished face of the old tiles. as time marches on, the adhesive bond between the mortar and the fished face will break loose. when that happens you will start to hear a hollow sound as you walk across the floor, you may also start to feel a bit of sponginess in the floor,,, then the problems begin in ernest with removing two layers of tile ( not hard to do, just more debris ), disposing of the materials, dealing with a door that was cut off to allow for the extra height, dealing with reinstalling baseboards, dealing with thresholds that no longer fit properly and need to be replaced, dealing with old caulking lines that will no longer be hidden and still you have to install a new floor covering.

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